Big Scale Racing Car Series

TAMIYA 1/12 SCALE BIG SCALE RACING CAR SERIES are highly recommended for the modeler who not only appreciates precise detailing but enjoys a challenge.
This series consists of models featuring accurately reproduced suspension system, realistic engine detailing and exhaust pipes.



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TAMIYA Big Scale Racing Car Series No.6

Revive a 1970's Pit Lane
This 1/12 scale figure set features a driver, a team manager, and two mechanics depicting a 1970's motorsports pit stop. Set includes a driver holding a helmet, a kneeling team manager, a plug wrench-holding mechanic bending forward as if adjusting an engine, and a mechanic with a tire wrench kneeling as if changing a tire (4pcs.). Furthermore, an assortment of tools, a toolbox, a race jack, a fire extinguisher, a portable battery, oxygen tanks and a welder are also included. This would look great on any 1/12 scale racing car model diorama.

About the Set
*Includes 1 x Driver, 1 x Manager, 2 x Mechanics, and 1 x equipment set.
*As F1 teams at the time had various colors, please match the figures to the car model.
*Decals are only included for the tools.

1/12 Scale "ENZO FERRARI"

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TAMIYA Big Scale Racing Car Series No.47

1/12 Scale "McLaren M23 1974"

TAMIYA Big Scale Racing Car Series No.45

1/12 Scale "Wolf WR1 1977"

TAMIYA Big Scale Racing Car Series No.44
Legendary F1 Machine
Walter Wolf Racing's WR1 made its debut at the 1977 Argentina GP and sensationally won the race. It was a historic result as it was the first time ever for a new team to win their debut race with a new car. The team was founded by Canadian businessman Walter Wolf and the WR1 which featured a light and considerably compact design was designed by Harvey Postlethwaite.

1/12 Scale "Lola T70 Mk III (w/Photo-Etched Parts)"

TAMIYA Big Scale Racing Car Series No.43

2-Seater Bullet
Founded in 1958, British Lola Cars is famous for being one of the biggest racing car manufacturers in the world and its famous T70 Mk.III raced all around the world during 1960s. This remarkable machine now comes re-released as 1/12 scale plastic assembly model kit.

1/12 Scale "Martini Brabham BT44B 1975 w/Photo-Etched Parts"

TAMIYA Big Scale Racing Car Series No.42
The Racing Pyramid
For the 1975 F1 season, team drivers Carlos Reutemann and Carlos Pace drove the Martini & Rossi sponsored BT44B to an impressive 2nd place in the Constructor's Championship. Legendary F1 designer Gordon Murray joined the Brabham team and first designed the BT42. It was lightweight, compact, aero-dynamic and featured a distinctive pyramid monocoque design.


TAMIYA Big Scale Racing Car Series No.41
The 1976 Class Champion
During the 1960's, Porsche dominated the 2-liter class sportscar championships. Evolved from the 906, the 910 featured a multi-tube frame which came equipped with a front double wishbone and rear 4-link suspension setup. In addition, the FRP body came beautifully finished with sleek aero dynamics.


TAMIYA Big Scale Racing Car Series No.40
The Strongest Commercial Racing Car
Beginning from 1976, the commercially sold race car Porsche Turbo RSR was used in thr World Sportcar Championship races. As this machine was to be used in Group 4 GT class and it used the Porsche 930 Turbo for its base, it was also called the 934 Racing.

1/12 Scale "TYRRELL 003 w/Photo Etched Parts"

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TAMIYA Big Scale Racing Car Series No.39

The 1971 Constructors' & Drivers' World Champion
During the 1968 F1 season, the Tyrrell Racing team raced using the Matra-Ford car. The following year with the extremely fast Jackie Stewart at the helm, Tyrrell raced away with the drivers' championship. However, at the 1970 11th round Canadian Grand Prix, Team Tyrrell's F1 car "001" made its debut which was powered by a DFV engine and showed off its new specially designed chassis.

1/12 Scale "PORSCHE 935 MARTINI w/Photo Etched Parts"

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TAMIYA Big Scale Racing Car Series No.38

The 1976 Champion
From 1976, this worksman "Martini" Porsche 935 turbo racing model was based on the 930 turbo and was developed in accordance with the FIA Group 5 rules. One of the FIA Group 5 rules was that competing vehicles must be based on production vehicles therefore getting the name as a Silhouette formula. Mounted in the rear was a flat-6 air-cooled 2875cc turbo charged motor which thumped out a massive 590hp. Furthermore, the suspension underwent extensive remodeling. The "Martini" won on debut the season opening race in March 1976, as well as the second round race. But with BMW winning the 3A4A5 rounds and threatening to run away with the series, Porsche fought back winning the final two races at the same time snatching the championship.