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Post by Sudden on Fri 9 Jun - 10:00

I think the best word to define it is... beautiful!! Is there a release date predicted? Or it's too early for ask? We will wait delighted, it will worth it for sure.

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Post by De Lacrowe on Fri 9 Jun - 15:33



@ d4nf1c

( only in the event that your car comes from the 1980 version )
I wanted to inform you that the chassis height should be lowered by 10% so that the suspension of the car can be better adjusted to the tire
, and this would also improve the appearance of the front wing
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Post by d4nf1c on Fri 9 Jun - 20:14

titi01170 wrote:Wonderful cars!!! Thank you Wink

Sudden wrote:I think the best word to define it is... beautiful!! Is there a release date predicted? Or it's too early for ask? We will wait delighted, it will worth it for sure.

De Lacrowe wrote:@ d4nf1c
( only in the event that your car comes from the 1980 version )
I wanted to inform you that the chassis height should be lowered by 10% so that the suspension of the car can be better adjusted to the tire
, and this would also improve the appearance of the front wing

@titi01170: Thank you so much for the compliments and all the support. All the best to you! Very Happy

@Sudden: Thanks for the support and the compliments. As neiln and I are working on our own, what I can tell you is that we are around 70% done on his side and around 40% done on mine. There is definitely a lot of work to go, so I'd rather not raise any expectations from you guys. Neiln will still either create or edit 11 models for the 6 remaining teams, Tyrrell, ATS, Fittipaldi, Lotus, Alfa Romeo and Renault. Fittipaldi is the only team with a single model from these. I'm currently working on the McLarens for conforming - reducing the amount of materials in ZMod, checking for no material name repetitions (to do away with those crazy mistakes of, for instance, car number 7 use the bitmaps from car number 8 ), eliminating long shadows, detaching front and rear wings and trying to do a suitable cockpit for those who like First Person view. Next in my line are Brabham, Williams and Arrows. Since the two of us are sort of frequently revising previous work, these days I found one detail on the Las Vegas Toleman which made us have to go back to it, just to give you an example. The Tolemans were, like, the second or third team we worked with. Miss De Lacrowe has just posted another cool detail, which I'll make sure to run by neiln and check out. So, really, a release date is totally out of our plans. Still, I hope you don't mind me sending those pics from time to time just to generate a sort of mouth watering feel. I think we're doing it right and it's my intention to keep doing so. Best wishes.

@De Lacrowe: What a great catch, Miss De Lacrowe!  cheers Thanks a lot. I'll check with neiln if this was the model used and if it's ok to do the 10% reduction. Best regards.
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Post by De Lacrowe on Fri 9 Jun - 23:10



1980 McLaren M29 with Eclair Camcorder



it is always very pleasant to receive compliments
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Post by d4nf1c on Sat 24 Jun - 6:03

Next in the compliance line, as promised, the MP4-1, on its debut race in Argentina. According to the photo album we have on the site, John Watson tried it out in Long Beach for the first race of the year. However, he ran that race with the M29F, so the first time a carbon fibre chassis actually ran a race was in the Autodromo Juan y Oscar Gálvez, in Buenos Aires. This is the first of a model that would soon become a multichampion. In 1984, McLaren started it's amazing sequence of seven championships in eight years.







For the next post, get ready to receive the 1981 champion. cheers
Best wishes.
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Post by titi01170 on Sun 25 Jun - 12:04

Wahou fantastic Cool

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Post by CReutemann on Sun 25 Jun - 19:37

Looking great!!!

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Post by d4nf1c on Mon 26 Jun - 15:58

Thanks a lot for the support, guys.
Next in line, Brabham and Williams.
Stay tuned.
Best wishes to you all. Very Happy
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Post by Reco21 on Tue 27 Jun - 6:56

Excellent!!!!!!!, waiting for the other cars !!! Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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Post by d4nf1c on Wed 5 Jul - 8:16

Straight from neiln's incredible editing factory, here comes Nelson Piquet.



The photo is taken on one of the corners of the Las Vegas "circuit", where he became world champion for the first of his three times. He arrived fifth on this race. Thus, he scored two more points in the championship while Reutemann scored none for arriving eighth (I don't know about you, but, in my opinion, 10 out of 20 racers scoring points is a little too much for my taste. I liked those times where only six drivers scored and the points given were few). In the end, he beat Reutemann by one point.

1981 was also Hector Rebaque's last year in Formula One.
The next picture was taken when he was coming out of Hugenholtzbocht, in the circuit of Zandvoort, Netherlands.
This is the race when he scored his last three points in Formula One, finishing fourth.



Next, some pics of Reutemann himself and 1980's champion and winner of the Las Vegas race, Alan Jones.
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