Italian company Fenix Racing has released the latest bodyshell in their line-up of classic F1 recreations, the Renault RS10. In 2020, when they released their Ferrari T4, quite a lot of people start to ask for a proper counterpart, to be able to relive one of the greatest wheel fights ever in F1 history, if not the greatest one. There are several other reason why the 1979 France Gp was so special! It was the first F1 Renault Turbo victory and French driver Jean-Pierre Jabouille was celebrating his maiden victory at his home GP. The body is moulded from high-quality polycarbonate material, it fits Fenix F1-70 and all Tamiya F103 and F104W style chassis, besides others.
Fenix Racing have introduced their new pan car gear differential Mk2. With their original gear diff released back in 2016 it was about time for an update version. It sports a completely new right hub, with the main bearings distance almost doubled, to ensure better trueness, while the inner bearing is now flanged, promoting the orthogonality of the assembly. They add a massive thrust bearing to the diff, because since 2016 motors have improved as well and they want to also be future proof. Gears stay the same as does the grade 5 Titanium axle, with a carbon fibre version to follow.
Fenix Racing are pleased to introduce another version of the Classic Team Lotus 72, which is fully licensed and approved by Classic Team Lotus. The previous release was based on the JPS version of the 72 while this latest release is fateful to the Gold Leaf branded version as driven in the 1970 and 71 seasons. This replica body shell is 1/10 scale and can be used on Fenix Racing Classique 2 and F1-70. as well as the Tamiya F103 & F104.
Fenix Racing have introduced their new R14 235mm pancar body. A new path for Pro10 bodies, it uses the centre of the body to create most of the downforce. This design allows a minimal longitudinal flex of the body, improving the rigidity of the rear end. A ‘Gurney Flap’ is provided in the mould to further tune the rear end grip, while the front end can be balanced thanks to the front extractors, just behind the front axle. The body is made of strong yet lightweight 0.75mm Lexan polycarbonate and it will fit most 235mm pan cars.
Black, round and with a cool low profile, Fenix F1 Tires are now available. With proper 2022 F1 style, Fenix F1 tires are designed to provide greater consistency over the course of a race. The range starts with the ‘white’ option, which has proven to offer a very good balance between performance and durability, offering consistent performance for the whole race.
With the carpet season still ongoing, Fenix Racing is proud to present this chassis for the Mistral 3.3. Made from 2mm 7075 aluminium with medium wheelbase dimensions, it means that it could cover 260-265-270mm range to suit the various conditions and track design. Perfectly coupled with their other new release, a 2mm 7075 aluminium motor pod.
As foam tires gain some popularity in F1, Fenix have released this wheel adapter that fits all the popular 8mm tire truers. Designed to be wobble free, it is black hard-anodised and is usable with all 14mm hex F1 rear wheel and 10mm front ball bearing wheels.
Fenix Racing have released a massive conversion kit to update the existing Mistral 2.0 to their newest F1, the Mistral 3.3. This is a massive conversion kit comprising of what is almost an entire car itself and also includes all the wearable parts in order to have a real new model.