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  • Ferrari fix, which F1 would you pick?

    Which one would you choose?

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  • #2
    Oh definitely number 1
    Dave
    Peterborough Ont
    CANADA

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    • #3
      The #1 is the racier looking car to me, but that front wing looks very fragile. I'd still pick it and expect to be making repairs soon.

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      • #4
        Lauda 312.

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        • #5
          the 5 if racing. number 1 if collecting.
          THE other Vancouver aka Vancouver Washington across the river from keep Portland weird....
          Member NASTE (Northwest Association of Slot Track Enthusiasts)

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          • #6
            Niki Lauda. Mine is much quicker than the Policar with a guide swap and some weight. Much smoother too.
            Brad
            Ayton, ON Canada

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            • #7
              # 5 looks great
              Austin
              Merrimack, NH

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              • #8
                What brands are those F1 cars? I have a Policar F1 (Lotus 72D) and expect to be getting some running mates for it soon.

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                • williamg
                  williamg commented
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                  the #5 is a Policar. No magnet. Very smooth and quick on my Policar track
                  the #1 is a Scalex stock, with magnet. Fast, but should be with a magnet in it. Afraid to remove it and do damage

              • #9
                They're two different eras and two different F1 classes at our club. Policar classic F1's go remarkably well
                Kevan - Isle of Man
                Print It, Build It, Race It, Improve It, Repeat...

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                • #10
                  Originally posted by Kevan View Post
                  They're two different eras and two different F1 classes at our club. Policar classic F1's go remarkably well
                  Agreed, the policar cars go very well on policar track. When I had scalex sport track I didn't like them, ran like on ice

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                  • #11
                    We race ours on a 3 lane routed wood track.
                    Kevan - Isle of Man
                    Print It, Build It, Race It, Improve It, Repeat...

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                    • #12
                      Lauda’s #1.
                      So boxy and ugly it’s pretty. Also a great history as an honorable entrepreneur. A person and a car with history to admire. Cannot go wrong with either.
                      jeff

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                      • #13
                        Both great cars , but I prefer the #1.
                        Buck Allen
                        Princeton , NJ

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                        • GTI
                          GTI commented
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                          Agree with number 1, I'm also a native Princetonian. Born and raised there.

                        • JerzeyGuy
                          JerzeyGuy commented
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                          Small world GTI , I'm actually just outside , in Mercerville . Born & raised in Ewing .Where are you now ?
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