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■JOE HONDA Racing Pictorial Series by HIRO No.24
「Grand Prix Cars 1988」
The main theme “Racing Pictorial Series by HIRO” No.24 is about the last season that Turbo cars have raced in 1988. This volume not only including the famous machine MP4/4 driven by Senna of McLaren won the champion of the season, but also other machines because this season was so famous. This volume will be presenting with huge number of pictures that increasing from the average 350 pictures to about 800 pictures!
This volume has been edited to focus on the “level of information of the photos”. To minimize the text and leaving as much as space available for the precious photos from Joe Honda taken in 1988. Photos in this volume will avoid duplicating the photos of which had been individually published, like the MP4/4, F187/88 and also 100T, and including other machines that also famous like Leyton House March 881 and Benetton B188, and also the machine came from Euroburn and Zakspeed, in total 18 types of cars, composing a complete pictorial book for the season.
The photos of the cars are mostly arranged by chronological order and the body works can be seen by eyes. For the iconic famous cars will be including the detailed information about the drivers and also the engines which will be extremely helpful when you are using it for your modeling work.
At the end of this volume will be featuring the comparison of all 18 cars comparison, taken Yuuji Shimizu at Japanese GP. Please enjoy this “interesting when reading, useful when referencing” volume!
Brazil, San Marino, Monaco, France, Great Britain, Hungary, Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Japan
11 out of 16 stops
(Please be noticed that there may be some pictures shot in other stops due to the different types of cars)
Release: 22 January 2013
Size: A4 variation (297mm x 232mm)
Pages: 100 Pages
No. of Photos: Colour 800 photos!! (approx.)
Language: Japanese / with partial English translation
Price: 3,143 yen (+sales tax)
Publisher: Model Factory HIRO
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