Le Mans and Formula 1 1:18 scale diecast models by Spark

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1:18 scale resin cast model Mirage Gulf GR8 1975  Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM75

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Very nicely crafted in 1:18 scale by Spark Model, this is the 1975 Mirage Gulf GR8  Le Mans Winner driven to victory at LeMans by Ickx and Bell..  Highly detailed and very accurate, Spark are some of the finest 1:18 built models on the market today. Does not have opening features or engine detail.  Special
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In 1975, the Gulf team contested Le Mans only, since that year it was a race in which organizers set their own rules concerning fuel consumption. As a result, the race was excluded from the World Championship of Makes. For LeMans, Gulf prepared two GR8 cars powered by Cosworth-Ford V8 DFV engines prepared by and detuned specifically by the team itself. The detuning was done to conserve fuel, and meant that the drivers only had 8,400 rpm to work with instead of the 10,400 rpm they had used the previous year. This car was the overall winner of the 1975 LeMans 24-hour race, with Derek Bell and Jacky Ickx sharing the driving. 

1:18 scale  resin cast model Joest Porsche WSC-95 1997 Le Mans Winner 

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SP18LM97

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Nicely done in 1:18 scale by Spark this is the 1997 Joest Porsche as driven to victory at LeMans by Alboreto, Johansson & Kristensen . Highly detailed and very accurate, these are some of the finest 1:18 built models on the market today. Model does not have opening features or engine detail. Special
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In late 1995, Tom Walkinshaw Racing were commissioned by Porsche to produce a WSC (World Sports car Championship) contender. The resulting Porsche WSC-95 was based on the TWR's 1991 Jaguar XJR-14 chassis, with the roof removed and a flat-six Porsche engine fitted. Joest ran the WSC-95s at Le Mans as backup for Porsche's own team of works 911 GT1s. Joest won the race in 1996 with Davy Jones, Manuel Reuter, and Alexander Wurz. Then returned to win again in 1997, with the same car but without Porsche works support and driven by Michele Alboreto, Stefan Johansson and Tom Kristensen, the latter scoring the first of his eight wins. As with the #7 956 of the 1980s, Joest tried for a third straight win, although without success, as neither car finished, while Porsche itself prevailed in the 1998 race.

Porsche 919

1:18 scale Die Cast Model Porsche 919 2015 Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM15D

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The Porsche 919 was billed as the most complex competition car the firm had ever built when it was launched at the Geneva Motor Show in early 2014. Built to the LMP1 technical regulations the car was designed with one purpose, to win Le Mans, something it achieved in 2015.

The resulting car is powered by a 2-litre V4 engine fitted with two hybrid systems. The first is a traditinal front axle arrangement similar to that of the Audi R18 and Toyota TS040. The second hybrid system, uses a innovative exhaust gas recovery method.
 

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Instead of a Formula 1 style layout with an electric motor linked to the turbo shaft acting as both an energy recovery system but also anti lag, Porsche’s layout has two turbines in the exhaust system, the first is part of a conventional turbo-charger layout but the second turbine, is only linked to an electric motor This layout allows the Porsche to recover energy at all times the engine is running, the only LMP1 design currently able to do this, all others are only able to recover energy under braking. The V4 engine powers the rear axle with over 500 bhp according to Porsche. When the driver recalls the stored energy from the battery, around 400 bhp drives the front axle. This way the Porsche 919 Hybrid temporarily turns into a four-wheel drive car with around 1,000 bhp system performance. The car features a unique and complex suspension system which is still not fully understood, but is thought to split out heave and roll by using a thrid spring/damper unit with advanced hydrilic interlinking with the spring/damper units for each wheel.

Porsche 919

1:18 scale resin  cast model Porsche 919 2015 Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM15

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The Porsche 919 was billed as the most complex competition car the firm had ever built when it was launched at the Geneva Motor Show in early 2014. Built to the LMP1 technical regulations the car was designed with one purpose, to win Le Mans, something it achieved in 2015.

The resulting car is powered by a 2-litre V4 engine fitted with two hybrid systems. The first is a traditinal front axle arrangement similar to that of the Audi R18 and Toyota TS040. The second hybrid system, uses a innovative exhaust gas recovery method.
 

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Instead of a Formula 1 style layout with an electric motor linked to the turbo shaft acting as both an energy recovery system but also anti lag, Porsche’s layout has two turbines in the exhaust system, the first is part of a conventional turbo-charger layout but the second turbine, is only linked to an electric motor This layout allows the Porsche to recover energy at all times the engine is running, the only LMP1 design currently able to do this, all others are only able to recover energy under braking. The V4 engine powers the rear axle with over 500 bhp according to Porsche. When the driver recalls the stored energy from the battery, around 400 bhp drives the front axle. This way the Porsche 919 Hybrid temporarily turns into a four-wheel drive car with around 1,000 bhp system performance. The car features a unique and complex suspension system which is still not fully understood, but is thought to split out heave and roll by using a thrid spring/damper unit with advanced hydrilic interlinking with the spring/damper units for each wheel.

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Rondeau M379B

1980 Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM80

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Rondeau and Jean-Pierre Jaussaud took victory in the 1980 24 Hours of Le Mans after fighting hard against the Porsche 908/80 of Jacky Ickx and Reinhold Joest. Rondeau remains the only man to win the race in a car bearing his own name and design. Having watched teammates Pescarolo and Jean Ragnotti retire with engine problems during the night, Rondeau and Jaussaud fought the elements, Ickx's abilities, and the backmarkers to take overall victory by two laps.

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Rondeau's factory, similarly to those of Courage and Henri Pescarolo, was based near Le Mans. The Rondeau M379B that won the 1980 Le Mans race was powered by a Ford-Cosworth V8 engine, as were all cars constructed by the team. In 1981 he entered five cars, finishing 2nd and 3rd. However, this was overshadowed by the death of Jean-Louis Lafosse in the early hours of the race after crashing out on the Hunaudieres straight. Rondeau would never again approach those heights with his own cars; 1982 saw all three works M382's outed before half distance, while his three all-new M482 cars retired early as well. Rondeau's team was wound up at the end of 1983.

1:18 scale resin cast model Audi R15 TDi 2010 Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM10

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Very nicely crafted in 1:18 scale by Spark Model, this is the 2010 Audi R15 TDI driven to victory at LeMans by R. Dumas, T. Bernhard, and M. Rockenfeller. Highly detailed and very accurate, Spark are some of the finest 1:18 built models on the market today. Does not have opening features or engine detail. The Audi R15 features a radical high-nose concept that looks similar to the approach used by the Renault Formula One team with their new R29.

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1:18 scale resin cast model Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 tipo Le Mans 1932 Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM32

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The Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 tipo Le Mans was the sport version of the '8C 2300' and it had a successful debut in the 1931 Eireann Cup driven by Henry Birkin. It won the 24 Hours of Le Mans 4 times in seccesion; 1931 (Howe-Birkin); 1932 (Chinetti-Sommer); 1933 (Nuvolari-Sommer) and 1934 (Chinetti-Etancelin).

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The Alfa Romeo 8C name was used on road, race and sports cars of the 1930s. The 8C for 8 cylinders. The Vittorio Jano designed 8C was Alfa Romeo's primary racing engine from its introduction in 1931 to its retirement in 1939. In addition to the two-seater sports cars it was used in the world's first genuine single-seat Grand Prix racing car, the Monoposto 'Tipo B' - P3 from 1932 onwards. In its later development it powered such vehicles as the twin-engined 1935 6.3-litre Bimotore, the 1935 3.8-litre Monoposto 8C 35 Type C, and the Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Mille Miglia Roadster and Le Mans coupe. 

1:43 scale resin cast model Aussie Invader R5 

Rosco McGlashan's 1000MPH Rocket Car

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SP2753

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Rosco McGlashan has enlisted a skilled team to build a car capable of breaking World Land Speed record and then moving on to 1,000 mph. The car is Aussie Invader 5R, powered by a liquid oxygen and bio-kerosene rocket engine producing around 62,000 lbs of thrust. The car will be capable of accelerating from 0 – 1,000 mph (1,609 km/h) in about 20 seconds! Rosco is planning his attempt for 2018

 

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1:18 scale resin model Red Bull RB12 Daniel Ricciardo Winner of the Malaysian Formula 1 GP 2016

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SP18S251

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The Red Bull RB12 Formula One racing car was designed by Red Bull Racing, the car is very similar compared to the Red Bull RB11. The car used a Renault Renault R.E.16 (rebadged as TAG Heuer) 1.6L (98 cu in) direct injection V6 Turbo Hybrid.

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Qualifying for the 2016 Malaysian GP saw Hamilton and Rosberg 1-2 and Verstappen and Ricciardo 3-4. At the start, Sebastian Vettel collided with Nico Rosberg going into turn one, causing Rosberg to go into a spin and Vettel out with suspension damage, on lap 40, Lewis Hamilton's engine caught fire forcing him out. Daniel Ricciardo won the race. It was the fourth win of his F1 career. Max Verstappen finished second, giving Red Bull Racing their first one-two since Brazil in 2013.

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1:18 scale resin model Red Bull RB11 Daniel Ricciardo Australia formula 1 GP 2015

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SP18S180

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The Red Bull RB11 designed by Adrian Newey, was driven by Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat. This was the last Red Bull with engines badged as "Renault" and title sponsor Infiniti due to a breakdown in the team's relationship with Renault. The RB11 was launched with a camouflage livery before reverting to their normal livery for the race season.

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Red Bull had a terrible start to the 2015 Formula One season with a lack of performance from its Renault power unit compounded by reliability problems. The team slumped to 4th place in the Constructors' Championship, with no wins for the first time since 2008. The team's best place was 2nd place each for Kvyat at Hungary and Ricciardo at Singapore, tracks suited more to the handeling of the car rather than outright speed. Overall, the chassis proved to be at most on par with the dominant Mercedes team, but the engine proved to be a letdown to the car's performance. Daniel Ricciardo came 6th in the 2015 Australian GP.

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1:18 scale resin model Mercedes F1 W07 2015 Abu Dhabi Nico 2016 Formula One World Champion

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SP18S250

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 At the final race of the 2016 season at Abu Dhabi, the title rivals took their 14th front-row lockout with Hamilton 1st and championship leader Rosberg in second. During the race, both Mercedes started well and maintained their respective positions. Hamilton moved clear when Rosberg had 5 second penalty for preventing an unsafe release.

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Rosberg caught up but Hamilton started to back his teammate up into the clutchs of Verstappen. Vettel joined the group with Hamilton, Rosberg, Vettel, and Verstappen separated by less than 3 seconds. Eventually, Hamilton took the chequered flag by 0.4s from Rosberg, while Rosberg defended well from the fast coming Vettel by another 0.4s, while Verstappen took fourth, just 0.8s behind Vettel. Hamilton took the win but lost the Driver's Championship by 5 points. Rosberg was crowned as the 2016 Formula One World Drivers' Champion, his maiden and only title.

Brabham BT49

1:18 scale resin  cast model Brabham BT49 Piquet 1981 World Championship, Winner Argentina Grand Prix

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SP18S166

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The Brabham BT49, designed by Gordon Murray was used by Nelson Piquet to win his first Formula One World Championship in 1981. The car was initially designed in 1979 as a short notice replacement for the team's Alfa Romeo-engined BT48, after Brabham team owner Bernie Ecclestone decided to end his relationship with the Italian engine manufacturer.

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 The BT49 was created in only six weeks using elements of the BT48 chassis together with the widely used Cosworth DFV engine. The monocoque chassis is made from aluminium alloy and carbon fibre composites. The car was fitted with controversial hydropneumatic suspension and water-cooled brakes during its development over four seasons taking a total of seven wins, six poles and 135 points. Seventeen were eventually built, most of which survive today. Some are used successfully in historic motorsport; Christian Glaesel won the 2005 FIA Historic Formula One Championship driving a BT49D.

Brabham BT19

1:18 scale resin  cast model Brabham BT19 Jack Brabham 1966 F1 World Champion

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SP18S223

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The Brabham BT19 was designed by Ron Tauranac for the Brabham team. It competed in the 1966 and 1967 Formula One World Championships and was used by Australian driver Jack Brabham to win his third World Championship in 1966. The Brabham BT19 was the first car bearing its driver's name to win a World Championship race.

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The car was initially conceived in 1965 for a 1.5-litre flat 16 Coventry Climax engine, but never raced in this form. For the FIA doubled the limit on engine capacity to 3 litres so Brabham enlisted the Australian company Repco to developed a new V8 engine for 1966, Only one BT19 was built. Compared to the Lotus the Brabham BT19 was simple and conventional but supremely reliable. It was bought by Repco in 2004 and put on display in the National Sports Museum in Melbourne, Australia, in 2008. It is often demonstrated at motorsport events.

Brabham BT24

1:18 scale resin  cast model Brabham BT24 Denny Hulme 1967 F1 World Champion

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SP18S224

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The Brabham BT24 was an evolution of the earlier Brabham BT19 which had been initially designed for a 1500cc power plant. Designer Ron Tauranac reinforced the rear suspension design moving to Double wishbones, this was the only fundamental design change.

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It inherited the spaceframe chassis where others were using a monocoque design and the same supremely reliable Repco V8 which developed less power than the Cosworth but was lighter and more fuel efficient, plus a lot easier to work on. With reigning champion Jack Brabham and Denny Hulme at the wheel, the BT24 took 3 wins to Jim Clark's 4 in the Lotus, but with six 2nd places, two 3rds, a 4th and a 5th the Brabham team comfortably took the Constructors' Championship, while Hulme pipped team-owner Brabham to the Drivers' Championship by 5 points.

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1:18 scale resin  cast model BRM P57 Graham Hill 1962 F1 World Champion

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SP18S225

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The BRM V8 powered P57, originally referred to as the P578, was built for the 1962 Formula One season. The P57 gave BRM its only world championship in that year, and was subsequently used for the 1963 season. The P57 was also raced by privateer teams until the end of the 1.5-litre era in 1965.

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The P578's design can be traced back to the Climax powered P57, also called P48/P57, raced in 1961. The car's chassis, a tubular spaceframe, and suspension remained unchanged. The underpowered Coventry Climax engine was replaced with BRM's own V8, producing 190 horsepower. Also new for BRM was a Lucas fuel injection system. Although it produced about the same power as the Climax, BRM's unit revved up to 11,000 rpm, some 3,500 revolutions faster. Mounted to the back of the engine was Colotti's new 6 speed gearbox. However, reliability problems forced BRM to revert to their own, older specification, 5 speed unit. The original eight exhausts were mounted vertically, but they were prone to working loose and were replaced by a more conventional horizontal layout.

Bennetton B194

1:18 scale resin  cast model Bennetton B194 Michael Schumacher 1994  F1 World Champion

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SP18S227

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The Benetton B194,designed by Rory Byrne was closely based on the previous Benetton B192/3 and powered by a Ford Zetec-R V8 engine, produced by Cosworth but funded by and badged as a Ford. The B194 was a light and nimble car that handled well and was most competitive in the hands of Schumacher on twisty tracks.

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Schumacher won six of the first seven races of the season after his main rival, Ayrton Senna was killed at the San Marino Grand Prix. Other teams suspected the B194 was not legal, due to the high competitiveness of such a comparatively underpowered car. The FIA launched an investigation but could not prove any illegal systems had been used so the complaints were dropped. Schumacher himself was subject to controversy, after being disqualified from the British and Belgian Grand Prixs which allowed Damon Hill to cut into the German's points lead and as they came to the final race in Australia, Hill and Schumacher were separated by one point.

Ford GT40

1:18 scale resin  cast model Ford GT 40 1966 Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM66

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When the folks at Dearborn committed Ford to international sportscar competition, they were determined to crush the conquering Ferraris. The Ford Motor Company succeeded with the incomparable GT40 racing cars; it's triumphs included 4 consecutive victories at Le Mans! The rest was history, for these victories have greatly contributed to Ford's rich racing heritage, and to the sales of Ford cars in Europe and the world over.  

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1:18 scale resin cast model Ford GT40 MK1 1968 Le Mans Winner

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SP18L068

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In 1968 regulations changed such that a five-litre capacity limit was imposed. Thus, Ford withdrew the successful GT40s run by Shelby American Cars, after wining Le Mans in 1966 & 67. Fortunately, JW automotive, under the direction of John Wyer, saw more potential in the GT40 platform. They prepared two cars to take on the Sports Car Championship with funding from Gulf Oil. 

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Ford GT40

1:18 scale resin  cast model Ford GT 40 1969 Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM69

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In 1968 regulations changed such that a five-litre capacity limit was imposed. Thus, Ford withdrew the successful GT40s run by Shelby American Cars, after wining Le Mans in 1966 & 67. Fortunately, JW automotive, under the direction of John Wyer, saw more potential in the GT40 platform. They prepared two cars to take on the Sports Car Championship with funding from Gulf Oil. They won in 68 and 69!  

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1:18 scale resin cast model Williams FW07B

Alan Jones 1980 Formula 1 World Champion

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SP18S117

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Very nicely crafted in 1:18 scale by Spark Model, this is the 1980 Williams FW07B that took Alan Jones to the Formula One World Championship title in 1980. The car was a development of the FW07 designed by Patrick Head and heavy influenced by the Lotus 79. It was Williams first ground effects car.  $325aud

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The car was so efficient in creating ground effect the front wings became unnecessary. Jones won five races in Argentina, France, Britain, Canada and the USA to win his only world championship.

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1:18 scale resin  cast model Bugatti Type 57G "Tank" 1937 Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM37

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When the 57G first appeared in 1936, it was a sensation within the racing community. Bugatti proved the car at many different Grand Prix events, and even won the French Grand Prix at Montlhery due their slippery aerodynamics and light fuel consumption. The following year, at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Jean-Pierre Wimille and Robert Benoist drove a Type 57G car to victory at Le Mans at an average speed of 85 mph.

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1:18 scale resin cast model Porsche 911 GT1 

1998 Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM98

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For 1998 Porsche developed an all-new car, the 911 GT1-98. it used the 441 kW; 592 hp, water-cooled, twin-turbocharged and intercooled, four valve per cylinder flat-six engine from the Porsche 962 with a new sequential gearbox. During the 1998 FIA International GT season the 911 GT1-98 struggled to match the pace of their rival Mercedes, BMW and Toyota but at Le Mans however, it was a different story. 
 
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The BMW V12 LM retired with wheel bearing trouble, and the Mercedes CLK-LM vehicles had oil pump troubles. The Toyota GT-One, which was considered to be the fastest car, also suffered gearbox problems. The 911 GT1-98, despite being slower than the Toyota or the Mercedes, fulfilled Porsche's slim hopes, taking both first and second place overall thanks to reliability, giving Porsche its record-breaking 16th overall win at Le Mans, more than any other manufacturer in history.

 

1:18 scale resin cast model Audi R18 e-tron Quattro TDI 2012 Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM12

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Very nicely crafted in 1:18 scale by Spark Model, this is the 2012 Audi R18 e-tron Quattro TDI driven to victory at Le Mans and for the second year in a row driven by the victorious team of Marcel Fässler, Benoît Tréluyer, and André Lotterer. The e-tron quattro, is a hybrid electric version of the Audi R18. They finished a lap ahead of their sister Audi R18 e-tron quattro entry, and three laps ahead of a conventionally powered Audi R18 ultra. This victory made the Audi R18 e-tron quattro the first hybrid electric vehicle to win at Le Mans, as well as the first with four-wheel drive.  
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Highly detailed and very accurate, Spark are some of the finest 1:18 built models on the market today. Does not have opening features or engine detail.

 

1:18 scale model

Matra Simca MS 670B 1973 LeMans Winner

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SP18LM73

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An all new venture for Spark Model, high quality 1:18 scale LeMans racing models. These are sealed body models with no opening parts, but the paint and decoration are simply superb and along with the accuracy of the mold and the beautiful lines of the car these are sure to please the 1:18 scale collectors. Sold Out  An all-French sports-prototype in which Henri Pescarolo/ Gerard Larrousse scored a popular home victory in the 1973 Le Mans 24-Hours. The Shell-sponsored Matra-Simca team had won the great race with drivers Henri Pescarolo & Graham Hill in the 1972 Le Mans with the MS670 monocoque design, powered by their well-developed, powerful and reliable 3-litre 4-cam Type MS72 V12 engine.

Audi R18 TDI

1:18 scale resin cast model Audi R18 TDi 2011 Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM11

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Have you seen the 1:18 scale figure of  "Wolfie"

Very nicely crafted in 1:18 scale by Spark Model, this is the 2011 Audi R18 TDI driven to victory at LeMans.  Highly detailed and very accurate, Spark are some of the finest 1:18 built models on the market today. Does not have opening features or engine detail. The Audi R18 features a radical F duct and a departure from the roadster styling. Sold Out 

 

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1:18 scale resin cast model Porsche 962 C 1986 Le Mans Winner 

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SP18LM86

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Nicely done in 1:18 scale by Spark this is the 1986 Porsche 962 C, #1, driven to victory at LeMans by Bell, Holbert and Stuck. Highly detailed and very accurate, these are some of the finest 1:18 built models on the market today. Model does not have opening features or engine detail.  Sold Out  The 1986 24 Hours of Le Mans was the 54th Grand Prix of Endurance as well as the third round of the 1986 World Sports-Prototype Championship. Due to construction of a new roundabout at the Mulsanne corner, a new portion of track had to be built in order to avoid the roundabout. This created a right hand kink prior to the new Mulsanne turn. For 1986, the new works 962C of Hans-Joachim Stuck, Derek Bell and Al Holbert was able to overcome the two-time defending winners at Joest Racing. The race itself was marred by the death of Jo Gartner in a crash on the Mulsanne Straight early on Sunday morning. The accident was caused by gearbox failure, locking up the rear wheels and sending the car into the armco. The sole remaining Kremer Racing Porsche retired soon after the accident. The Joest/Ludwig car suffered from engine bearing failure following the extended pace car laps.

Mercedes F1 W07

1:18 scale resin  model Mercedes F1 W07 Australian GP Winner Nico Rosberg 2016 F1 World Champion

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SP18S242

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The Mercedes F1 W07 Hybrid was the dominant Formula One racing car of the 2016 Season. Designed and developed by Aldo Costa, Geoffrey Willis and Paddy Lowe, it was constructed by Mercedes-Benz and driven by Champion Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. It was the last Formula One car driven by Rosberg, following his announcement on retirement from the sport after clinching his first World Drivers' Championship title.

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The chassis was named "F1 W07 Hybrid" to represent the seventh Formula One car that Mercedes had constructed since 2010, while the hybrid was marked to recognize the utilization of fully integrated hybrid power units. The car made its competitive debut at the 2016 Australian Grand Prix with Rosberg winning the opening round of the 2016 season. The car finished in 1st place at 18 of the 20 races of the 2016 season.

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1:18 scale resin model Williams FW11B, 1987 World Champion Nelson Piquet

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SP18S118

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The Willams FW11 was updated for 1987 to become the FW11B, and the team made no mistakes in wrapping up both championships. The FW11's superiority told, and Piquet finished in the points (mostly on the podium) in almost every race, securing the World Champiomship 

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1:18 scale resin cast model Audi R18 e-tron Quattro

2013 Le Mans Winner, Duval/Kristensen/McNish

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SP18LM13

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Beautifully done in 1:18 scale by Spark, this is the 2013 Audi R18 as driven to victory at LeMans by Duval, Christensen, and McNish. These are very high quality sealed body resin models with accraute paint and decoration. Spark has become the collectors choice when it comes to 1:18 LeMans winners. Sure to sell out, buy yours today!  Sold!

The R18 e-tron quattro is a hybrid version of the R18 ultra, with a 500 kJ flywheel accumulator system designed by Williams Hybrid Power, two 74 kW (100 hp) Bosch Motor / Generator Units drive the front wheels with water-cooled integrated power electronics, providing the car with four wheel drive. The quattro system, as per the regulations, is available only at speeds above 120 km/h (75 mph). The e-tron has six automatic modes that are driver selectable on the steering wheel. The modes manage engine mapping, short burst accelerating from corners, quattro four wheel drive, wet weather, etc. 

1:18 scale resin cast model Porsche 919 Hybrid #20 as driven at Le Mans in 2014 by Mark Webber,  Timo Bernhard & Brendon Hartley  

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SP18S146

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Porsche designed the 919 with a mid-mounted V-4 2.0 liter turbo, direct injection, gasoline engine. It achives 375 kW or around 500 horsepower and can rev to 9000 rpm. To this Porsche has strapped a generator driven by the engine’s exhaust pressure, which sends electricity to a centrally mounted lithium-ion battery pack. A motor/generator mounted on the front axle and can recuperate kinetic energy during braking and give the 919 short bursts of accelerative assistance when fed by the battery. 

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The 919 Hybrid made its competitive debut at the 2014 6 Hours of Silverstone at the Silverstone Circuit. The #20 entry of Timo Bernhard, Brendon Hartley and Mark Webber finished third behind the two Toyota TS040 Hybrids, while the #14 entry of Romain Dumas, Neel Jani and Marc Lieb was forced out of the race after thirty laps. At the 2014 24 Hours of Le Mans, the #20 entry, driven by Mark Webber at the time, closed to within one minute of the leading #1 Audi R18 e-tron quattro with an hour and a half of the race remaining when the car suffered a broken anti-roll bar. Before the hour was out, Marc Lieb was forced to pit the #14 entry with the same issue. Car #14 returned to the circuit to complete a ceremonial lap at the end of the race and was classified eleventh overall, but car #20 was unable to take to the circuit and was not officially classified as finishing, despite having completed 90% of the winner's race distance.

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Dauer (Porsche) 962 GT1 Le Mans

1994 Le Mans Winner

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SP18LM94

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Following rule changes in the World Sportscar Championship in 1992 which saw Porsche 962 become uncompetitive in the C1 class at Le Mans, Porsche was looking for ways to continue their sports car dominance. With the re-introduction of production-based grand tourer-style cars in 1993, Porsche saw an opportunity to exploit a loophole which existed in this new class.Rules stated that GT-class cars merely required a road going example, with no specific quantity of road cars specified to meet homologation rules.  Sold Out With Dauer's success in modifying a Porsche 962 into a street-legal car in 1993, Porsche saw an opportunity to bring the 962 back into competition. The flat bottom and narrow tires of the GT1 class would unfortunately hinder the performance of the car over the long laps at Le Mans even with the increased power from the GT-class larger air restrictor. However Porsche believed that the larger fuel tank they were allowed in the GT-class would allow them to overcome this lack of speed by spending less time in the pits than normal Group C cars, something which is key for an endurance race. The race saw Porsche's plan pan out, as the Dauer 962 Le Mans were able to gradually make their way to the top of the standings while their competitors spent time in the pits or succumbed to mechanical woes. 

1:18 scale resin cast model Matra MS80 French F1 Grand Prix Winner 1969

Jackie Stewart 1969 Formula 1 World Champion

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SP18S066

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Very nicely crafted in 1:18 scale by Spark Model, this is the 1969 Matra MS80 that took Jackie Stewart to the Formula One World Championship title in 1969. The car was built at Matra's F1 base at Vélizy-Villacoublay in the southwestern suburbs of Paris, designed under the direction of Gérard Ducarouge and Bernard Boyer. Apart from Ferrari cars, the Matra MS80 is the only non-British built car to win the Formula One World Constructors' Championship (Renault & Red Bull cars are built in the UK). Sold Out Highly detailed and very accurate, Spark are some of the finest 1:18 built models on the market today. 

1:18 scale resin cast model Lotus 33 BRM Graham Hill 1967 Monaco 2nd Place

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SP18S082

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The Lotus 33 Formula One car, designed by Colin Chapman and built by Team Lotus, took development of the monocoque chassis design to new heights. for 1967 the Lotus 33 was powered by the BRM P60 2 litre V8 engine. The 33 was almost identical to the 25, but had suspension designed around newer, wider tyres. The car was more rigid and was simpler to build than its predecessor.

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The 1967 Monaco Grand Prix was eventful with Bandini going into the lead. Brabham's Repco engine blew up almost immediately spining in front of Bruce McLaren and Jo Siffert who collided taking avoiding action. On lap two Clark went off and dropped to the rear of the field. In the second half of the race, Bandini began to close in on Hulme. On lap 82 disaster struck, Bandini's clipped the chicane and hit a hidden mooring head, the car turned over and exploded into flames. Meanwhile, Hulme continued and finished unchallenged. With just eight laps to go, Amon suffered a puncture and dropped to third, with second place going to Hill. Bandini suffered horrendous burns and died of these injuries three days later 

1:18 scale resin cast model McLaren M7A 1968 Belgium GP Winner

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SP18S065

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Very nicely crafted in 1:18 scale by Spark Model, this is the 1968 McLaren M7A that won the first Formula One Grand prix for the fledgling McLaren team. After two relatively unsuccessful years of Formula One competition, the M7A was used to score McLaren's first win at the 1968 Belgian Grand Prix. Designed by Robin Herd and Gordon Coppuck, the M7A was the first McLaren to be powered by the Cosworth DFV engine, which went on the used by the team until 1983.  Sold Out Highly detailed and very accurate, Spark are some of the finest 1:18 built models on the market today. 

1:43 scale resin cast model Red Bull Racing RB10 Daniel Ricciardo Australian Grand Prix 2014

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SP3086

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Red Bull RB10 designed by Adrian Newey for Infiniti Red Bull Racing used Renault Sport's new 1.6-litre V6 turbocharged engine. The car developmet was hampered by problems with the Renault Energy F1-2014 unit that prevented the individual components of the power unit from working together. Once these issues were resolved, the team experienced problems with the software governing the turbo unit. Red Bull also suffered from unique problems arising from the tight packaging of the RB10 chassis, which caused temperatures within the car to climb so high that parts started to burn. The teams problems continued with the engine being down on power especially compared to the Mercedes powered cars.

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Inspite of this Danial Ricciardo managed to come 3rd in the World Championship and win 3 Races, apart from Hamilton and Rosberg he was the only other driver to win a race all season. The start of the season at the Australia GP was unfortunate for Red Bull, with a second place finish for Ricciardo stripped due to illegal fuel flow issues. In Malaysia, a botched pit stop and front wing damage forced Ricciardo to retire from the race. Ricciardo would go on to finish in the points at the Bahrain Grand Prix, finishing sixth, then the Chinese Grand Prix, with Ricciardo finishing fourth. The form of the RB10 improved at the Spanish Grand Prix, where Ricciardo achieved a third place finish, Ricciardo repeated a third place podium finish in Monaco, managing to hound Lewis Hamilton in a battle for second after the latter had problems with his vision. 
The RB10 took its first win of the 2014 season when Ricciardo won the seventh race of the season, in Canada. The win was also Ricciardo's first in Formula One, Red Bull were not able to repeat a great result at its home race in Austria, with Ricciardo finishing in eighth, Ricciardo bounced back to place third in Britain. Ricciardo gave the RB10 its second and third wins at the Hungarian Grand Prix and the Belgian Grand Prix.

1:43 scale resin cast model Red Bull Racing RB10 Daniel Ricciardo Canada Grand Prix 2014

First F1 Win

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SP3031

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Red Bull RB10 designed by Adrian Newey for Infiniti Red Bull Racing used Renault Sport's new 1.6-litre V6 turbocharged engine. The car developmet was hampered by problems with the Renault Energy F1-2014 unit that prevented the individual components of the power unit from working together. Once these issues were resolved, the team experienced problems with the software governing the turbo unit. Red Bull also suffered from unique problems arising from the tight packaging of the RB10 chassis, which caused temperatures within the car to climb so high that parts started to burn. The teams problems continued with the engine being down on power especially compared to the Mercedes powered cars.

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Inspite of this Danial Ricciardo managed to come 3rd in the World Championship and win 3 Races, apart from Hamilton and Rosberg he was the only other driver to win a race all season. The start of the season at the Australia GP was unfortunate for Red Bull, with a second place finish for Ricciardo stripped due to illegal fuel flow issues. In Malaysia, a botched pit stop and front wing damage forced Ricciardo to retire from the race. Ricciardo would go on to finish in the points at the Bahrain Grand Prix, finishing sixth, then the Chinese Grand Prix, with Ricciardo finishing fourth. The form of the RB10 improved at the Spanish Grand Prix, where Ricciardo achieved a third place finish, Ricciardo repeated a third place podium finish in Monaco, managing to hound Lewis Hamilton in a battle for second after the latter had problems with his vision. 
The RB10 took its first win of the 2014 season when Ricciardo won the seventh race of the season, in Canada. The win was also Ricciardo's first in Formula One, Red Bull were not able to repeat a great result at its home race in Austria, with Ricciardo finishing in eighth, Ricciardo bounced back to place third in Britain. Ricciardo gave the RB10 its second and third wins at the Hungarian Grand Prix and the Belgian Grand Prix.

1:43 scale resin cast model HRT F1 Daniel Ricciardo 2011

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SP3028

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HRT Formula 1 Team was  formerly known Hispania Racing and was the first Spanish team to race in Formula One. For the 2011 British Grand Prix, Karthikeyan was replaced by Red Bull protégé Daniel Ricciardo. He continued with HRT till the end of the season faring well against the experienced Liuzzi. Daniel secured a F1 race seat at Toro Rosso for 2012. 

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1:18 scale resin cast model Lotus 33 Jim Clark 1965 World F1 Champion

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SP18S067

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The Lotus 33 Formula One car, designed by Colin Chapman and built by Team Lotus, took development of the monocoque chassis design to new heights. The 33 was powered by the 1500 cc Climax engine. The 33 was almost identical to the 25, but had suspension designed around newer, wider tyres. The car was more rigid and was simpler to build than its predecessor.

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Introduced for the 1965 season, Jim Clark took the 33 to victory in its first appearance at the South African Grand Prix before taking the car to four more wins to take his second world championship. Clark missed the Monaco Grand Prix to race in the Indy 500, which he won. The 33 also met with success outside of the World Championship with Jim Clark winning the 1967 Tasman Series at the wheel of a Lotus 33 Climax.

Specifications
Engine: 90 degrees V8 Coventry Climax
Bore X Stroke: 63 x 60 mm
Capacity: 1,498 cc
Power: 220 bhp at 8.200 rpm

1:18 scale resin cast model Lotus 25 Jim Clark 1963 World F1 Champion

By Spark

SP180038

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The Lotus 25 was the first monocoque ever in F1. While the Formula One grid at the time was filled with tubular steel frame chassis, Lotus designer Colin Chapman thought out an idea to replace the frame with a new type of structure. A aluminium space frame was 
developed which was structurally stronger and lighter thanks aluminium alloy.

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 The resulting stiffness allowed Lotus to use more supple suspension which offered great advantages in slower, tighter turns.The car proved to be fast right from the start. With Jim Clark at the wheel, the car was faster than the competition and Jim only narrowly missed out on that 1962 World Championship after machanical problems in the last race of the season forced him to retire. In 1963 Lotus worked to improve the cars reliability of the Lotus 25, their work bore fruit when Jimmy Clark won the 1963 World Championship with a record seven race wins.

Specifications
Engine: 90 degrees V8 Coventry Climax
Bore X Stroke: 63 x 60 mm
Capacity: 1,498 cc
Power: 195 Bhp at 8.200 rpm

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Matra Simca MS 670B 1974 LeMans Winner

By Spark

SP18LM74

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The latest MS670B chassis specification featured 13-inch diameter wheels in place of the preceding 15-inch size, with the rear suspension geometry modified to match. The body line was also revised and lowered, while the smaller diameter wheels also dictated a move for the rear brake discs which were taken inboard.

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In search of further enhanced reliability, the V12 engines for Le Mans had been given a lower rev limit of 10,500rpm and had been de-tuned to around 450bhp.

The MS670B-series cars were also equipped with a new Porsche-built, Matra-specified gearbox in place of the team's normal choice of Hewland and ZF transmissions which, it was feared, might not survive the rigours of 24-Hour racing at Le Mans. Solid brake discs replaced the ventilated type used elsewhere during the racing season, but Le Mans was not regarded as placing a premium upon braking performance, other than its reliability.

1:18 scale resin cast model Joest Porsche WSC-95 1996 Le Mans Winner 

By Spark

SP18LM96

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Nicely done in 1:18 scale by Spark this is the 1996 Joest Porsche as driven to victory at LeMans by Jones, Reuter, and Wurz . Highly detailed and very accurate, these are some of the finest 1:18 built models on the market today. Model does not have opening features or engine detail.

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The 1996 race was won by a car that was considered by Porsche to not be a factory-backed entry, instead run by Joest Racing. Porsche themselves sent a team to compete in the GT1 class with a new mid-engined Porsche 911 GT1 with the intent of winning the race overall, defeating custom-built Le Mans Prototypes. Joining in the GT1 class were a fleet of customer McLaren F1 GTRs, the defending race winners. However Joest's prototype was born from the shell of a TWR-designed Jaguar XJR-14 racing car, modified to an open top design by Tom Walkinshaw Racing, and fitted with a Porsche 962 engine. The resulting TWR Porsche WSC-95, while not being the fastest car on track, won when the manufacturer-backed teams hit mechanical troubles.

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