Monza Models 2005

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One hundred-sixty entries, three hundred ninety nine models, seven thousand-five hundred visitors. These are the main figures of the second edition of the contest Monza Models organized by AMCF (Amici Modellisti Corona Ferrea Monza) in collaboration with Unione Società Sportive Monzesi and Autodromo Nazionale di Monza that took place in the track paddock on June 18-19, 2005.

For the second consecutive year, the contest featured the open evaluation system with no splitting up by scale or historical period. Dedicated to cars, trucks and bikes only, the contest has been entered by modelers and club coming from the North and Centre-North areas. In the same ambit a second contest “Mezzi e uomini della Croce Rossa in pace ed in guerra” has been issued.



Thirty, among classification and trophies, the awarded models. Strong predominance of the racing cars equally distributed between 1/24 and 1/43. Despite a good average level of the models entered, on the acme stay three cars:

Matra MS10 F1 1/20 (Marco Peretti - Torino). With the exception of engine and gear box from a Tamiya kit, the model has been totally scratchbuilt from styrene, resin and aluminium. Gained the Best of Show.  MORE PICTURES > HERE


Benetton B192 F1 1/20 (Maurizio Bonello - Milano). Tamiya kit with remarkable detailing and improving especially on the engine bay. MORE PICTURES > HERE


Diorama Peugeot 206 Wrc 1/24 (Daniele Martinis - Brescia). Tamiya kit onto a scratchbuilt diorama replicating a right turn at Montecarlo.

All the visitors have been allowed to vote for the People Award.

The contest shall be repeated on 2006, in the same circle. For further click > Here

Thanks for the support go to

Autodromo Nazionale - Monza
Croce Rossa Italiana - Monza
Dodici Cilindri - Cremona
Fantasyland Tamiya - Milano
Lancia G. Villa - Monza
Mario Covalski - Modeler Site magazine
Modellismo Baracca - Monza
Unione Societa Sportive Monzesi - Monza

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