They do look good and of course can be repainted. Well done Scalextric it only took you 4 years to catch up with SRA!! The re release of the pit lane track sections has to be a must, not just for digital either.
You didn`t waste any effort painting the SRA crew as these new Scalextric figures are gonna need a paint job unless you want blue or yellow? Believe me painting metal figures is a lot easier than painting plastic!
QUOTE (jonny s @ 8 Jan 2004, 06:57 PM)Believe me painting metal figures is a lot easier than painting plastic!
True.....I'll probably get them and mix them in somewhere though....but whilst on the subject.....an SRA painting masterclass tutorial
Can we add two more Smilies for this site... one with tears and another with an anorak (or bobble hat)!
The refuelling rigs shown in the pics are the F1 rigs produced, I believe, by Intertechnique in France, whereas the IRL cars in the pics use gravity fed refuelling, the rigs being 2 metres or so off the ground...
Oops! Sorry, I'll go and get my anorak!!
Nevertheless... I think I'll get at least 2 pit crews!!
Nice job John, glad you have done justice to my designs! I usualy position the driver being pulled from a burning car...that`s why his arm is up, shielding himself from the flames. Got any more pics of the range that you have painted mate?
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