Ringwood XXXII

Ringwood XXXII
Ringwood XXXII - August 25, 2020 - The Ring - Ringwood XXXII would close out the brief Scratch32 summer calendar with tight but clean open wheel racing. One new entry and nineteen returning entries would compete to be King of the Ring over four classes spanning 3 decades of Grand Prix competition. The official ‘Gosser’ pace car driven by Fritz Stroebl himself would lead each of four groups to their respective grid. BRM, Ferrari, Maserati, Honda, Porsch...

Ringwood XXXI

Ringwood XXXI
Ringwood XXXI The Ring - December 16, 2019 Returning in our longest running event - Ringwood - eighteen models would tackle The Ring - Who would be 'King of the Ring'? Manufacturers from Ferrari, Maserati, BRM, Brabham, Cooper, Porsche, Matra, Honda, Surtees, Shadow & Tyrrell would all try to stake their claim with sixteen different pilots from around the globe... Indigo Montoya in his Shadow DN1 and Lyman Zerga in a Matra MS10 would both make th...

Ringwood XXX

Ringwood XXX
August 12, 2019 - The Ring Ringwood XXX New Models: 1950’s Grand Prix: #13 – Snidely Whiplash (Maserati 250F) Returning Entries: 1950’s Grand Prix: #12 – Jose Froilan Gonzalez (Ferrari 375) [51GP012-1MA] #8 – Harry Schell (BRM P25) [59GP008-1AT] #11 – J.M. Fangio (Ferrari D50 Type A) [56GP011-1AT] 1.5L Grand Prix: #8 – Friedrich von Fender Bender (BRM P578) [62GP008-1KM] #1 – Jack Brabham (Cooper T53) [60GP001-1MA] #3 – Wolfgang von Tr

Ringwood XXIX

Ringwood XXIX
March 25, 2019 - The Ring Ringwood XXIX Transporters were loaded, registrations tallied and track preparations were underway for our most successful repeating event at The Ring.Twenty nine models would participate - which would be King of the Ring? New Models: 1950’s Grand Prix: #5 – Carroll Shelby (Maserati 250F) 1970’s Grand Prix: #4 – Carlos Pace (Brabham BT44) [74GP004-1JO] Returning Entries: 1950’s Grand Prix: #16 – Joachim Bonnier (Mase...