Debut: June 2017

 




   

.: Sean Carter's Honda RA273 Formula 1

Brand:

Tamiya
# 12011

Scale:

1/12

Modelling Time:

150 hrs

PE/Resin Detail:

Tamiya PE,
MFH,
RB Motion

Comments:

"Standard Tamiya spray enamels & clear coat. Some chassis parts were warped & required work to fit. Lots od scratch built details. Added MFH brake calipers & RB motion spark plugs."

Honda RA273

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Honda RA273
 
Category Formula One
Constructor Honda
Predecessor RA272
Successor RA300
Technical specifications
Engine Honda RA273E 3 Litre V12
Tyres Goodyear (1966)
Firestone (1967)
Competition history
Notable entrants Honda Racing
Notable drivers United States Richie Ginther
United States Ronnie Bucknum
United Kingdom John Surtees
Debut 1966 Italian Grand Prix
Races Wins Poles F.Laps
9 0 0 1
n.b. Unless otherwise stated, all data refer to
Formula One World Championship Grands Prix only.

The Honda RA273 was a Formula One racing car used by the Honda team in the 1966 and 1967 Formula One seasons.

The engine was re-designed from the RA272's 1,500cc V12 to a brand new 3,000cc V12 due to the change of regulations before the 1966 season. The new engine was designed by Shoichiro Irimajiri.

Thanks to Wikipedia!

Honda RA273 (1966-7) pictures

Honda RA273, 1966

Having won the final race of F1’s 1.5-litre engine era the previous year, Honda returned towards the end of 1966 with a 3-litre car, the RA273. It featured a powerful V12 engine but the car was some 200kg heavier than its rivals.

The car remained in service the following year, when John Surtees finished on the podium in South Africa.

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