Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Arrows A3 South Africa 1981 #29/30 Look through the F1 record books and the South African Grand Prix didnít happen in 1981, at least not officially. Political fallout between FISA and FOCA saw the latter organise this race for themselves and all teams except Ferrari were present. Arrows had also scored something of a political coup, managing to tempt sponsors Ragno and Beta away from possible deals with Toleman, Tyrrell or March and along with the Italian cash, retained the services of Riccardo Patrese. For this race the cars appeared in a unique all orange livery with no front wing, Patrese finishing the race in sixth place and Siegfried Stohr retiring having spun out of eleventh place while running on slicks in tricky conditions. Thanks to our old issues of Grand Prix International, we have a few photos of the cars from the race and the photos of the finished model check out well.
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Excellent kits and hand-built models using crisply cast resin bodies, white metal ancillary parts, lots of very fine photo-etching and good decals. Clear instructions include a sample paint chip. Hand-builts beautifully built and detailed. Made in England
Arrows A3 model by Marsh Models
Formula One or single seater
Patrese R, Stohr S
#29, 30, Beta, Ragno
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