BRUMM - MASERATI - F1 250F N 1 WINNER GERMANY GP JUAN MANUEL FANGIO 1957 WORLD CHAMPION - WITH DRIVER FIGURE - WITHOUT CARD BOX

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Conditions: M
Carmodel code: CAR150472
Manufacturer code: R092-CH-UPD-2021
Colour: RED
Material: die-cast
Year: 1957
Notes: F1 WORLD CHAMPION

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The Maserati 250F was the car driven by Juan Manuel Fangio to clinch his fifth and last Formula 1 world title, in 1957. The Argentine ace won four GP's in that year, thus sealing his return to Maserati after a season with Mercedes and another with Ferrari. This single-seater was initially characterized by a reticular frame, which had taken the place of the tubular body. The engine was a six-cylinder in front longitudinal line of 2494 cm³, for a power of 240 hp. Equipped with a five-speed gearbox plus reverse for a weight of 630 kg, a total of 22 original copies of the Maserati 250 F were made, 33 actually counted five modified cars from the older A6 GCM and six renumbered as sold abroad.

By David Tarallo

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