Amalgam Ferrari F333SP 1:18 scale.
Built by Italian motor racing manufacturer, Dallara to compete in the World Sports Car Championship during the 1994 season. The engine and chassis were, however, developed solely by Ferrari in-house. The power unit was a modified version of the V12 engine used in the 1990 Ferrari 641 Formula One car, which was duly enlarged to 4 litres, capable of producing 641 brake horsepower.
The F333SP showed its potential in the second half of the 1994 season, debuting at Road Atlanta and taking the first and second place, along with further wins at Lime Rock and others. The 1995 season started badly at the 24 Hours of Daytona, but this was quickly followed by a win at the formidable 12 Hours of Sebring and another four wins throughout the course of the year. Ferrari went on to take the Manufacturer’s Championship and driver Fermin Velez scooped up the Driver’s prize.
The F333SP continued to challenge for the top spot in race series around the world until the late 1990s. It was undoubtedly the inspirational car of this era of sports car racing.
A brand new series of classic Le Mans Ferrari models from Amalgam in 1:18 scale. The model is a 'kerbside' model with beautiful paint finish and a totally accurate recreation of this stunning car.
This brand new model released in 2018 with the same exacting standards and attention to detail as seen in all. The model sits on a black plinth with a plaque detailing the model and a perspex cover.
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