Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Tecno PA123/5 Belgium 1973 Amon The high point for the small Tecno teamís brief F1 career (ten races over two seasons) was Chris Amonís fighting sixth place at Zolder, an impressive result considering that the team built their own engines as well as the chassis. The instructions for the kit show that the trailing edges of the side pods need to be removed for this race version. While the tools are out the side radiator intakes could do with elongating too as they are very short and as a result make the whole body look rather dumpy. Oh, and there are brake ducts that need drilling into the front wing too, these can be clearly seen on the photos in the kit instructions. The decals are crisply printed at least.