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P-34 Kart Project

Written by Jay Walker on Tuesday, 14 November 2006 00:00. Posted in P34 News

p34kartHello everybody, we're still here and hope to have some new P34 posts very soon.

in the meantime check out Stephan Klarner's innovative P34 Kart Project, yep you read that right, Stephan is building a Six Wheeled Kart, in Honour of the P34 F1 Car. The Kart is powered by a Suzuki GSX-R 1100cc motor which should make it quite a beast.

You can follow Stephan's project through his web site:-

www.residenz-swia.org/hyper

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P-34 Shop now On-Line

Written by Jay Walker on Wednesday, 31 May 2006 01:00. Posted in P34 News

tecdrawingsmallThe Project 34 On-Line shop is now open,

We'll be expanding the product range with clothing, mouse mats and some unique posters very soon.

In the mean time check out the fantastic P34 Technical Drawing print.

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6 Years of Six Wheeling .. and still going strong.

Written by Jay Walker on Sunday, 28 May 2006 01:00. Posted in P34 News

This Year marks the 30th anniversary of the P34 and what better weekend than the Monaco Grand Prix to remember that fact.

years ago the Tyrrall P34's of Jody Scheckter (Car #3) and Patrick Depailler (Car #4) drove to finish on the podium in 2nd and 3rd place.

Last weekend, saw the 5th Grand Prix de Monaco Historique take place at the famous road circuit and history repeated its-self with two P34's driven by Martin Stretton (Car #4) and Mauro Pane (Car #10) finishing on the podium !!

Martin Stretton won the 15 lap race in with a time of 30:22.44 while Mauro Pane finished in 3rd place with a gap of 1.894 seconds, just 250 thousands of a second behind Simon Hadfield in his PENSKE PC3 in 2nd place.

A most fitting tribute for the 30th anniversary of this amazing car I'm sure you will all agree.

You can find out more information on the race ( Race G ) and view some great pictures at the official Automobile Club de Monaco website :-

www.acm.mc

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Project 34 On-Line Shop Coming Soon

Written by Jay Walker on Friday, 26 May 2006 01:00. Posted in P34 News

Good news for all P34 Fans ..

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Our new, on-line shop will be up and running very soon, The first item available will be the unique and very different P34 Technical Drawing Print as detailed below This will be closely followed by a series of exclusive clothing only available from this website, the range will include T-Shirts, Polo Shirts and fleeces.

The Shop section of the website is in the design phase right now and should be up and running after the weekend.

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Technical Drawing of P34 Available Soon

Written by Jay Walker on Friday, 19 May 2006 01:00. Posted in P34 News

Hi Everybody,

 

Those of you who have visited before will know that its been a very very long time since the site was updated. I'd love to keep updating the site on a regular basis but other commitments have unfortunately got in the way. Running my own media company in my spare time and working for a Historic Sports Car team means that there is very little time left to devote to Project 34. I will do my best to try and keep some sort of updates going this year. As for the Movie Project I'm afraid that its stalled big time, at least for the immediate future. Unfortunately due to a number of reasons the colleges who were assisting me in the project were unable to devote enough time to really get the project off the ground. Its not dead ... just waiting for the right moment.

Over that last six months the site and myself have been assisting the amazingly talented Tony Cairoli to produce a Technical Drawing of our favourite six wheeled wonder. The end result is simply amazing, something that anyone who is a fan of the car would be proud to own.

The Drawing measures approx 640 x 520 mm and is printed on the highest quality pure white card. I was lucky enough to receive one of the first production prints from Tony which now hangs proudly on my lounge wall and looks fantastic.

The print should be available soon, we'll post again soon and tell you how you can get one for yourself, In the meantime check out the photos ( which really don't do the print Justice )

Cheers - Jay

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