BRUMM - FERRARI - F1 312B N 6 ITALY GP 1970 I.GIUNTI - WITH DRIVER FIGURE

Scale: 1/43
Carmodel code: CAR139155
Manufacturer code: R313B-CH-UPD-2020
Colour: RED WHITE
Material: die-cast
Year: 1970
EAN: 8020677023098

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Designed by engineer Mauro Forghieri, the Ferrari 312B is the first Formula 1 of the Cavallino of the seventies. It was used at the beginning of that decade and in 1970 it achieved three victories with Jacky Ickx (in Austria, Canada and Mexico) and another success in Monza with Clay Regazzoni, an Italian Grand Prix marred by the death of the posthumous champion Jochen Rindt during Saturday qualifying. This car was also used during the first part of the following season, obtaining further success with South Africa in Mario Andretti, before leaving room for the 312B2 version that immediately won in the Dutch GP again with Ickx. Equipped with a 3000 cm³ 12-cylinder engine opposed to 180 ° with a power of 480 hp, it was fitted with a 5-speed gearbox. The chassis was a half-shell type, with a wheelbase of 2380 mm and a total weight of 540 kg. A documentary film produced under the direction of Andrea Marini was dedicated to the 312B.

By David Tarallo

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