Driving a Morgan is something special. It means opting for a level of manufacturer which is rare in the world. With its semi-artisan feel, the British brand has a wealth of potential, unique sensations and unparalleled style which has barely changed in more than a century. The Morgan Aero is the perfect combination of all of that. It is, undoubtedly, a powerful beast in an elegant outfit. At a time where the major generalist manufacturers are dominating touring car racing series, opting for a Morgan may seem counterproductive. Nothing could be further from the truth. The sports-orientated vocation of the small factory in Malvern, Worcestershire is one of its strongest assets. The Aero 8 is not just the best-looking car on the starting line. It is also a tough rival, due to its aerodynamics, performance and behaviour. The model which we have reproduced is a clear example of all of that. In 2009, the duo made up of the Belgian Maxime Martin and the French Gaël Lesoudier, within the AutoGT Racing team, made their mark at home, at the legendary Silverstone event, at the inaugural race of the GT3 European championship. The Aero 8, with a BMW engine and almost 440 horsepower, aluminium chassis and attractive branding which combinedBritish racing green and gold, showed that the big manufacturers can be beaten and, that it can also be done in style. British, of course. 1:32 scale Scalextric car. For original or analog system.
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