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Stewart Takes Final Grand Prix Victory and Models Currently in Stock

50 Years Ago Today

Fifty years ago today, in 1973, Jackie Stewart drove Tyrrell 006/2 to what would be his final Formula 1 victory at the XXXV Großer Preis von Deutschland at the Nürburgring. Read on to discover the full race story.

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Tyrrell 006 at 1:8 scale

A smooth and uninterrupted practice session for the Scotsman turned into the perfect qualifying on pole position, half a second ahead of Ronnie Peterson’s Lotus and a full second and a half ahead of his teammate François Cevert in third. A quick start by Cevert saw him alongside Stewart heading into the South Corner, allowing both Tyrrells to cut ahead of Peterson and push him back into third. By the end of the first lap, Peterson had retired with a major electrical fault, and Stewart and Cevert were already far ahead of the nearest competition of the McLaren of Jacky Ickx.

Tyrrell 006 at 1:8 scale

The duo continued to cruise around in team formation, the two cars acting as perfect models of reliability and performance. After fourteen laps of the 14.19 miles (22.835 km) circuit, the Tyrrell racers reached the chequered flag and sealed the team’s third 1-2 finish of the season. It was Stewart's 27th and final Grand Prix victory, a record that would stand until it was surpassed by Alain Prost in 1987.

Models of the Tyrrell 006 at 1:8 scale, based on the 006/2 car driven to victory by Jackie Stewart in 1973, are now available to order.

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Models Currently Back in Stock

We are pleased to share that we have some of our most sought after models, at 1:8 and 1:18 scale, back in stock and available to order.

Ferrari 250 LM at 1:18 scale

Ferrari 250 LM

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The Ferrari 250 LM holds an exalted place in the pantheon of Prancing Horse legends. The car’s finest moment came at Le Mans, taking a somewhat surprise triumph at the track after which it was named, when it was raced to victory by Masten Gregory and Jochen Rindt at Circuit de la Sarthe on the 19th and 20th of June in 1965. These officially licensed 24 Hours of Le Mans 1:8 scale models are now available to order.

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Ferrari Enzo at 1:18 scale

Ferrari Enzo

Available at 1:18 scale

Just 399 examples of the Ferrari Enzo were built, based heavily on the marque’s latest, at the time, Formula 1 know-how, incorporating advanced composite bodywork and a carbon-fibre and aluminium honeycomb sandwich chassis. The end result was an extremely impressive and uncompromising road car that was launched to widespread acclaim. Models at 1:18 scale are now available to order.

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McLaren F1 GTR Ueno Clinic at 1:8 scale

McLaren F1 GTR Ueno Clinic

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The McLaren F1 GTR Ueno Clinic sponsored #59 car emerged victorious at the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans in astonishing circumstances, defeating all of the purpose-built and much faster prototypes, quickly writing its name into the record books. The cars were not only fast, but consistent and transformed into the most successful British sports racing car of modern times. Models at 1:8 scale are available to order.

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