Ever wondered what a modern version of the famous six-wheeler would look like? Well wonder no more!
The six-wheeled Tyrrell P34 is one of the most iconic F1 cars of all time, but unfortunately such drastic innovations are no longer allowed under the restrictive modern rules of the sport.
The basic car is made from a Tamiya kit of the 2010 Red Bull RB6, although the front wheels are actually the front wheels from a 1991 Ferrari 642.
It’s decked out in Ronnie Peterson’s livery from the 1977 season, albeit reimagined to fit the lines of the more modern car.
The attention to detail is simply stunning, from the suspension work around the front wheels to the Goodyear logos on the tyres.
Stunning, stunning work, and such a great idea. It makes me want to break out the modelling glue and craft knife and create some F1 car fusions of my own!