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Good morning everyone
 

Would like to take the chance to show my job to all of you Rc Enthusiast and collectors.
 

Not Tamiya and not Vintage…. at the same time very Tamiya e very Vintage.
 

Extremely proud to show you the prototype of the 1/10 Lotus 49 and I’m waiting the “OK” from Classic Team Lotus to get their approval for the license.
 

The Lotus 49 will be the second model in the Classique line, which with the Type 1, depict a 60esque F1 (hence the vintage).
 

Classique is using the Tamiya F104 front end (hence the heritage with Tamiya) but the chassis is purposely made in order to achieve a proper scale appearance with 250mm wheelbase, under the hood the model is full carbon fibre and titanium.
 

Plan with Classic Team Lotus (and other F1 manufacturer) is to offer rc models based on cars covering the late 60 and the 70.
 

I hope you can find my job interesting and this post not too far from the Group guideline.

If it is interesting for you, just look for Fenix Racing on FB, a new "like" is always welcome.

https://www.facebook.com/FenixRacing.it/

 
 

Thanks for watching!

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I bet with the complete lack of downforce they are great fun to race!!!!

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I like the Fenix Classique - if I ever stumble upon a grand or so, I would love to pick one up!

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I like them too, the look is just stunning and especially the new Lotus!;)

I follow regularly the RC tech Thread about them...

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Oh yes... it was raining at the PanCar Master in Lostallo (Swiss track  and probably the biggest facility we've in Europe, as they cover from 1/10 to 1/8 to 1/5....) 
full report soon on Fenix Fb page

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For those of you that like Classique...

Fenix Classique line is moving into the in the roaring 70’s, when March was one of most popular F1 team.

After having shown and race the prototype at the last ETS in Trencin, we’re extremely happy to introduce the Classique March 761 F1 body.

This body is moulded after a scan of the real 761, and we must thanks March’s right owner for the huge support he gave us, supplying us all the Faro 3D files of his own car.

On top of that, we were able to meet a March 761 in “flesh” at the Minardi Day and finalize the last details.

Due this, body is extremely detailed in the motor and rear suspension area, reaching an impressive details level.

Body is fitting Tamiya F103, Tamiya F104 and fit most of the actual F1 1/10 line.

Body appearance can be further enhanced by using our Classique aluminium air intakes.

In 1976 and 1977, March 761 was used by a large number drivers, most notably Ronnie Peterson who gave March his last F1 victory, but also Vittorio Brambilla, Lella Lombardi, HJ Stuck, Arturio Merzario, just to name a few.

 

 

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