Yet another Praga R1… and I fear it will not be the last.
This one competed in the 2015 FARA Miami 500 with an all-Brazilian line up composed of Losacco, Mauricio and Molles. The car was operated by Powersport Racing, the other team than Gryphon that engages Praga’s in US races.
The files include a suit and Giuliano Losacco’s helmet with nice patriotic colors. I did not spend much time of that helmet, so it is not 100% polished around the edges; but in a hard-top LMP-style prototype, I guess it is acceptable.
One more Praga R1 from the Dutch Supercar Challenge series: the car driven by Ms Fiona James and painted in Walero colors.
The helmet is incomplete because I could not find any decent picture on the internet. If you have any photo of the rear of the helmet in decent resolution, please share and I will update the files.
Another Praga R1 from the Dutch Supercar Challenge series:
This one was driven by Cor Euser at the Gamma Racing Days. Cor Euser is known mainly as the factory Marcos driver in the days of BPR back then in the 90’s. He still makes guest-star appearances in current series, just like this one.
Here is another skin from the 2015 Mazda media race using the new MX-5 roadster tuned for racing. It was sponsored by the Japanese mag “LeVolant” (ie “the steering wheel” in French).
Another skin for the Praga R1, one of the most enjoyable cars to drive in AC. This one comes from the FARA endurance series and was driven by Felipe MacLean, who made his name in bike racing.
The majority of the KS Praga R1 skins comes from the FARA races as well. I understand all cars are prepared and operated by Gryphon racing for customer drivers.
I am not sure I got the matte look right. It is not that easy in AC to render that kind of skin without making it look dull.