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· Jan Groosmuller
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QUOTE (phipster @ 21 Apr 2004, 20:47)Leaving the usual magnet debate to one side for a moment here.......

Surely they will have a different type of engine in the car? My knowledge of that era's car speeds is very sketchy, but I can't imagine that they would be as fast as todays F1s, or even some of the Le mans cars that are around? Will Scaley produce them with a "weaker" engine to provide realism, or will they match someof the newer cars speeds?
a little background info: the 1950 Alfetta 158 Formula 1 car already had a top speed of 180 mph (or 290 km/h), engine was 1.5 liter supercharged pumping out 350 BHP...

that is 54 years ago folks...... not much changed in the speed department


Alfa Romeo GP 158 (1950-1951)
 
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