The famous small series modelcar label Spark is currently doing everything possible, for fans of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, to create the ideal setting to enjoy the long distance classic . In form of many new products of models from the starting field, the stragglers of the last places will appear one after the other in 1:18 scale. Now it's the models of the Aston Martin Vantage GTE and AMR Aston Martin Vantage V8 turn that will be out in time for the 83rd edition of Le Mans, awesome cars. Model cars that you have to have, really, if you like great technique details. Spark brings the car of the driver pairings Darren Turner, Peter Dumbreck and Stefan Mücke from 2013 and Darren Turner, Stefan Mücke and Bruno Senna, who were traveling in Le Mans in the Aston Martin Vantage V8 in 2014.
New Aston Martin models in 1:18
Turner, Mücke and Senna started at the 82nd edition of the 24 hour race in Le Mans in class LMGTE Pro with the starting number 97 and after 310 laps ended up on the 35th place in the overall ranking. The Audi Sport Team Joest won the race, the Audi R18 also starts at the upcoming race. The Aston Martin Vantage GTE AMR, that Spark is bringing out available under item number 18S154 is the one that started in 2013 with starting # 97 and drove 314 laps to 17th place; Again 2013 was won by the Audi Sport Team Joest. But now let's take a closer look at the really great Aston Martin.
Great details like the headlights in the middle of grill
The miniatures were made of resine plastic, because this polyurethane resin makes fewer demands on the mold and small series can be economically viable. The car from 2014 available under item number 18S153 as well as the one from 2013 each cost 149.95 Euro - which is a fair price concerning the quality. The headlamp battery with the two lights in the center of the grill testifiy great attention to detail from the mold engineers. The way how detailed the sills are prove that as well.Spark has already presented their skills with the Prosche 919 as well as with this model in carrying out the cockpit design and the details contained.
The third one is also great work of art
The cockpit of the Aston Martin is also an eye catcher. The painting of the two racers is could have not been done any better; the decals present themselves razor sharp and applied without blemish. Rear spoiler and diffuser draw the carbon structure precisely; the rims of the scale 1:18 are just as much art as the windshield wiper. That fact that Spark does not miss any antenna is well known to the fans of the models that come from Macao. We believe that these vehicles as well as the Aston Martin Vantage with the starting number 95 of 2014 (group winners LM GTE AM, David Heine Meier Hansson, Kristian Poulsen, Nicki Thiim, 19th place after 334 laps in the overall rankings Model 18S152) are genuine small works of art in finish and overall impression, and actually better suitable than any othe car to the 24 hours of Le Mans; in addition to other models of course which we gathered in the bar at the bottom for you .