As of April 2017, the aircraft is being produced in the U.S. under license from Team Rocket by Frazier Aviation of Indiana. \u00a0 \nThe F1 Rocket is a tandem two-seat low-wing cantilever monoplane built mainly in aluminum. The Rocket has a titanium fixed conventional landing gear with a tailwheel. Designed to be built with a range of nose-mounted engines between 235 and 350 hp (175 and 224 kW) the prototype has a Lycoming IO-540 with a three-bladed propeller. \u00a0 \nThe F1 has tandem seating for two with a rear-sliding canopy and a fixed windscreen. Tip up canopies are also used. The prototype first flew in the United States in November 2000 and by 2003 seven others had flown. By late 2017, over 130 had flown. \u00a0 \nFor details of the three variants, click here.