Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine We’ve seen them as 1:43 diecasts in Minichamps’ Senna Collection many years ago and now there’s an opportunity for kit builders to add one of the Senna’s karts to their collection. 1981 was Senna’s first season in Formula Ford but he still found time for the Karting World Championship event in Parma, Italy, finishing fourth overall (the karting world title was one that always eluded him). The later kit depicts the machine driven by the Brazilian in the inaugural Paris Bercy Masters, where fans saw him race head to head with Prost for the last time. The basic frame in the two kits is the same and the main physical difference is in the small amount of bodywork on the later machine. A figure is included (curiously moulded in clear plastic) and there are decals for the helmet and overalls. Great fun.
Mass produced plastic kits that build well. Instructions usually in several languages. Some subjects require slightly more advanced modelling techniques but these are well explained in the instructions. Made in Japan.
Kart 100cc model by Fujimi
Plastic Kit: 1:20
#2, TAG Heuer
Paris Bercy Masters
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