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The angle between your rear tires and the first rear protrusion that would scrape the ground as you descend off of a hill.
Diecast models are produced by various manufacturers around the world. more...
See also: White Metal Modelling.
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Once complete it is a good idea to finish the model and keep it clean with a display case. There are a number of different ways in which a display case may be constructed. more......
First shown in April 1934 and started by Meccano Ltd to accompany the famous Hornby train sets.
See also: Diecast Models.
The aerodynamic force whereby air passing over a car forces it down on to the track, improving cornering capability. This is achieved on Formula 1 cars by using a number of inverted wings on the front and rear of the car. The main chassis is often designed to also produce downforce. It is said that above 120mph enough downforce is generated on a Formula 1 car that it could be driven upside down on the ceiling.
A lubrication system in which the oil is pumped into the engine's sump under pressure and then pumped out again. This reduces the losses from the oil being churned around by the crank and big ends at the same time as allowing it to be cooled efficiently.