Thanks, for explaining that to me, you and I have had this conversation before and I understand the tooling issue, but this is what perplexes me:
"At best, an F1 car just might be correct for its first release but will then slowly become out of date over time....."
Then surely the MONEY we pay should become LESS the more the car becomes inaccurate?
Jokes aside about my wife - She looked at that and said: "That nose is not right....." I mean really? If a novice can see the difference then how must a McLaren fan feel like?
As far as I know, and this is what Eddie Jordan said a few races ago - is the only car in the top teams that is a further development from last year is the Red Bull, all the other top teams cars are new.
So according to this theory Carrera can probably get away with this, this year. But please, this year and last years Mclaren's are significantly different because the 1:1 cars were/are completely new....and therefore I think Scaley could have made a better effort with this one.
I'm sorry but Scaley won't be getting my hard earned bucks for this one.
PS - Are our digital souls going to see some new digital track pieces soon????