Tamiya 1/ 12 Martini Brabham BT44B 1975
Martini Brabham BT44B 1975
In the Thick of the Action
With Carlos Reutemann and Carlos Pace at the wheel, the BT44B produced some excellent results during the 1975 season on its way to helping the Martini Racing team earn second place in the Constructor's Championship. Beginning with the BT42 in 1973, Motor Racing Developments designer Gordon Murray evolved the design into the BT44 in 1974 and finally the BT44B in 1975. Pace drove the car to a first place finish at the Brazil GP and Reutemann did the same at the German GP, making it one of the more competitive cars in the field.
★This is a 1/12 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 355mm, width: 160mm, height: 109mm. ★Front and rear suspension are coil sprung and offer smooth motion. ★Steering wheel operates front wheels via a rack and pinion mechanism. ★The V8 engine is recreated in style, complete with depictions of fine details such as fuel lines and ignition cables. ★Front cowling, cockpit fairing and induction box components can be removed after assembly. ★Photo-etched parts and faux cloth stickers make for realistic renderings of the seatbelt. ★Quality Cartograf decals are included, and allow depiction of either the No.7 or No.8 car. ★Includes synthetic rubber tires and soft plastic depictions of seats and drive shaft boots.