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Sports Car Series "WRC/World Rally Championship"

TAMIYA 1/24 ScaleSports Car Series is a plastic model kit that collected WRC cars.

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TAMIYA "PEUGEOT 307 WRC MONTE-CARLO '05" 1/24 Scale WRC Sports Car Series

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About the Peugeot 307 WRC Monte Carlo 2005
Introduced at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Peugeot 307 took over from the 206 in World Rally Championship racing in 2004. Based on the high-end 307 CC (Coupe-Cabriolet) version, but with fixed roof and front, transverse-mounted 2.0 liter 300hp engine, Peugeot has produced a worthy successor to triple world champion 206. A notable difference with the 206 is the rear, transverse-mounted 5-speed gearbox, in contrast with the 206fs longitudinal one.

TAMIYA "Bozian Racing Peugeot 206 WRC Monte Carlo '05" 1/24 Scale WRC Sports Car Series

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About the Bozian Racing Peugeot 206 WRC
The Peugeot 206 has enjoyed great success at the World Rally Championship (WRC), winning the Manufacturers' Title three years in a row from 2000-2003. The most compact machine in the WRC, the Peugeot 206 has a powerful two-liter turbo engine, advanced electronic 4WD system and features optimum balance and maneuvering. Bozian Racing, Peugeot's main satellite team, has chosen the reliable 206 as its 2005 WRC machine. The No. 61 206 WRC of the 2005 opening race in Monte Carlo was driven by fan-favorite Didier Auriol, 1994 WRC Champion and triple Monte Carlo Rally winner.

TAMIYA "Subaru Impreza 2005 Monte Carlo Rally" 1/24 Scale WRC Sports Car Series

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TAMIYA Sports Car Series No.281

About the Subaru Impreza 2005 Monte Carlo Rally
For the 2005 WRC Monte Carlo Rally, the Subaru team entered the upgraded Subaru Impreza as used in the latter half of the 2004 season. Despite suffering brake troubles, 2003 champion Petter Solberg was able to keep up with the leaders after the first 2 days. On the final day he recorded the fastest times in the first 2 stages to climb up to 3rd place, before being forced to retire after a heavy crash in the snow. Although unlucky in the first race of the season, Solberg and the Subaru team were able to quickly forget the disappointment of Monte Carlo, taking victory in round 2 in Sweden, proving Solberg and the Impreza have what it takes to win the WRC crown back.

TAMIYA "Alpine Renault A110 Monte Carlo Rally 1971" 1/24 Scale WRC Sports Car Series

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TAMIYA Sports Car Series No.278
About the Alpine Renault A110 Monte Carlo Rally 1971 / France's Lightweight Super Rally Car
The Alpine Renault A110 raced in rallies around the world from the late 1960's through to the early 1970's. The rear wheel drive A110 featured a lightweight FRP body and was powered by a rear mounted 4-cylinder engine. In the 1971 Monte Carlo Rally, this compact design and a powerful 1,600cc engine allowed quick, agile running on the icy mountain tracks, giving the A1110 1st, 2nd and 3rd place for a clean sweep of the podium.

TAMIYA "Subaru Impreza WRC 2004 / Rally Japan" 1/24 Scale WRC Sports Car Series

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TAMIYA Sports Car Series No.276
About the Subaru Impreza WRC 2004 / Winning Car of the Inaugural Rally Japan
Making her WRC debut in Mexico in round 3, the 2004 Subaru Impreza featured major improvements in areas like the bodyshell, engine and aerodynamics. The 2004 WRC season saw the first ever WRC event to be hosted in Japan, with Rally Japan held in Hokkaido in early September. It was no surprise that Japanese rally icon, the Subaru Impreza, had the majority of the crowd's support as it rushed to the lead from the outset.

TAMIYA "Peugeot WRC Version 2003" 1/24 Scale WRC Sports Car Series

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About the Peugeot 206 WRC version 2003
The Peugeot 206 WRC has enjoyed great success at the World Rally Championships (WRC) since its first full year of competition in 2000, helping Peugeot take out the Manufacturers' Championship three years in a row. Measuring only 4m long, the 206 is fitted with a powerful four-cylinder turbo engine. Equipped with the latest in cutting edge technology, including an improved active anti-roll bar with electronically controlled hydraulics, the Peugeot 206 has given M. Gronholm victories in round 2, 4 and 5 of season 2003.

TAMIYA "Rally Mechanics Set" 1/24 Scale WRC Sports Car Series

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TAMIYA Sports Car Series No.266

TAMIYA "Peugeot 206 WRC 2002 Winner" 1/24 Scale WRC Sports Car Series

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TAMIYA Sports Car Series No.262
About the Peugeot 206 WRC 2002 Winner
The Peugeot 206 WRC made its impressive debut at the "Tour de Corse", the 6th race of the 1999 World Rally Championships (WRC). After the Peugeot 206 clenched the dual title in 2000 and the Manufacturer's Title in 2001, Team Peugeot entered the 2002 season with high hopes.

TAMIYA "Ford Focus RS WRC 02 Performance Blue" 1/24 Scale WRC Sports Car Series

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TAMIYA Sports Car Series No.261

About the Ford Focus RS WRC 02 Performance Blue
In the 2002 WRC season the WRC world was stunned when a driver with only 30 races worth of rally experience took 10th place in the Sweden Rally. The reason for everyone's surprise was that this was his first world class rally. And what was more surprising was that he was only 21 years old.

TAMIYA "Subaru Impreza WRC 2002" 1/24 Scale WRC Sports Car Series

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TAMIYA Sports Car Series No.259
About the Subaru Impreza WRC 2002
Soon after the adoption of the new regulations in 1997, Subaru boldly entered their Impreza WRC and secured the Manufacturer's Title with its powerful horizontally opposed 4-cylinder turbo engine. In 1999, improvements were made to the engine and gearbox. Foremost was the adoption of the first ever electronically controlled throttle system in the WRC scene, as well as the employment of a 6-speed semi-automatic gearbox.