Assorted New & Pre owned F1 and Le Mans Diecast 1:18 Scale Models

Selected Range of Paul's Model Art, LANG and  Minichamps, F1 and Le Mans Models, featuring the Senna Collection.

German Paul Lang is the founder and owner of Minichamps, hence the the models were sold under different brands until Minichamps was established.   

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Mercedes FW08 

1:18 scale die-cast model Mercedes AMG F1 W08 Lewis Hamilton 2017 World Champion Winner Spanish GP

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The Mercedes AMG F1 W08 Formula One racing car was designed and developed under the direction of Aldo Costa, Geoff Willis and James Allison, for the 2017. Four-time World Drivers' Champion Lewis Hamilton, secured his 4th world drivers championship after 2016 World Champion Nico Rosberg's retired from the sport.

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Powered by a hybrid Mercedes-AMG F1 M08 EQ Power+, 1.6 L 90° V6 turbocharged engine, with 2 Electric motors/genertaors, one linked to the crankshaft and the other linked to the turbo, with lithium-ion batteries, combined output is 1,000 hp or 750 kW. Transmission is a Xtrac semi-automatic seamless shift sequential gearbox with 8 forward and 1 reverse gears.

In order to improve aerodynamics, Mercedes copied Scuderia Toro Rosso's aerodynamic design for the front suspenion on its 2017 car. Having the top wishbone attach directly to an extension before connecting to an upright. The resultant change in height of the top wishbone prevents disturbance of airflow travelling from the front of the car, to the side-pods and the rear suspension.
 1:18 scale model Williams FW19 Villeneuve 1997 F1 World Drivers Champion 

1:18 scale diecast model McLaren MP4 5 Alain Prost F1 World Champion F1 1989

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Turbochargers were banned from the 1989 Formula One season, reverting to a naturally aspirated 3.5 formula. Honda dominated with their RA109E 72° V10 giving 675 hp (503 kW) at 13000 rpm, enabling Prost driving the McLaren MP4/5, to win the championship in front of his teammate Senna.

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The MP4/5 was unveiled for pre-season testing and it was instantly on the pace, as well as reliable. Developed by Neil Oatley, the MP4/5 was the car to beat in the new season. McLaren took 10 victories during the season, 6 for Ayrton Senna and 4 for Prost. This was at a time when the relationship between the two men was at breaking point, so their rivalry pushed the development of the car far ahead of the other teams as they tried to out-do each other, although theirs was a very public rivalry, both actually worked well together in testing and Prost believes neither held back any information. Although Senna won six races to Prost's four and usually finished ahead of the Frenchman in the races, accidents and car breakages meant that Senna had 16 fewer points than his French rival.
Williams FW19 Villeneuve 1997 WC 

1:18 scale diecast model Williams FW19 Villeneuve 1997 F1 World Drivers Champion

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The Williams FW19 driven by Jacques Villeneuve, took the Drivers' Championship and Constructors' Championship on 1997.
The car was a development of FW18, designed by Williams with input from Adrian Newey and Patrick Head. The car used the naturally aspirated Renault RS9 V10 engine along with the in-house Williams gearbox. Elf fuel, Castrol oil, Penske shock absorbers and AP Racing carbon disc brakes.

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Williams FW18 

1:18 scale diecast model Williams FW18 Damon Hill 1996 F1 World Drivers Champion

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The Williams Renault FW18 Formula One car was designed by Patrick Head and Adrian Newey for the 1996 Formula One season. Powered by a 3.0 litre Renault V10 engine, the FW18 drew heavily on the 1995 Williams car, the FW17, but the drivers sat lower in the cockpit, which lowered the car's centre of gravity, thus aiding the handling of the car.

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   Newey's aerodynamics placed the car well ahead of the Benetton B196s of Gerhard Berger and Jean Alesi and the Ferrari F310s that Michael Schumacher and Eddie Irvine had at their disposal. The FW18s were driven by Damon Hill and Jacques Villeneuve. The car proved to be the most successful of the entire 1996 field; winning 12 of the 16 races during the season, with Hill winning 8 and Villeneuve winning 4. The FW18 was also the car in which Damon Hill won the Drivers' Championship title, making him the first son of a World Champion to become a Champion himself. Damon Hill helped to develop the FW18, and the car seemed to respond well to his smooth driving style. The car was extremely reliable, completeing 1778 laps of a possible 2028, more than any other car that season. The car responded well to set-up changes and was competitive on all types of circuits.
McLaren Mercedes MP4 13 

1:18 scale diecast model McLaren MP4 /13 Mika Häkkinen 1998 F1 World Drivers Champion

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The McLaren Mercedes MP4/13 proved to be the dominant car of the season, taking Mika Häkkinen to his first Drivers' Championship and securing McLaren's first constructor's title since 1991. Designer Adrian Newey had joined McLaren from Williams F1 in 1997, but was unable to influence the design of the McLaren MP4/12 other than adjustment during the season. The work was rewarded when the MP4/12 took a 1-2 win at the 1997 European Grand Prix.

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When the 1998 season got under way four months later it became clear that Newey had adapted to the rule changes for 1998 best. With the cars now narrower and running on grooved tyres, the MP4/13 was the car to beat.
The dominance of the MP4/13 was displayed in the opening race of the season, the 1998 Australian Grand Prix. Drivers Mika Häkkinen and David Coulthard outclassed the competition by leaving every competitor at least a lap behind. Adrian Newey's aerodynamic design was by far the most efficient one and Mercedes produced the most powerful engine of the season. McLaren's dominance continued on the second race of the season in Brazil, but from the next GP in Argentina, Ferrari started closing the huge gap. However, the MP4/13 retained its superiority on high-speed tracks like Hockenheim and Silverstone, while Ferrari's F300 was closer to the McLaren on more technical circuits. Coulthard spoke of the MP4/13 later on, saying the car was fast but it understeered through slow corners; this was due to Newey's design that maximized the car's aerodynamic grip over its mechanical grip.
McLaren Mp4/14 

1:18 scale diecast model McLaren MP4 /14 Mika Häkkinen 1999 F1 World Drivers Champion

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The McLaren MP4/14 was without doubt the fastest car of the 1999 season. Aerodynamics were even more advanced than the previous year's excellent MP4/13, while the Mercedes engine remained the most powerful on the grid. Mika Häkkinen won the Drivers Championship in 99, however serious reliability problems as well as errors by the drivers meant that the Constructors' Championship was won by Ferrari.the 1999 racecar for the McLaren Formula One racing team.

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The car was designed by Adrian Newey and Neil Oatley, the chassis was moulded carbon fibre/aluminium honeycomb composite structure, double wishbones, pushrod-operated, front and rear suspension and the Mercedes FO110H 72° V10, naturally aspirated, mid-mounted engine with a McLaren 7-speed, sequential, semi-automatic Mercedes FO110H 72° V10, naturally aspirated, mid-mounted engine and McLaren 7-speed, sequential, semi-automatic transmission.

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RB 13 Ricciardo 

1:43 scale model Red Bull Racing Tag Heuer RB13 Daniel Ricciardo Australian GP 2016

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The Red Bull RB13 was designed by Rob Marshall, Chief Engineering Officer and Dan Fallows, Head of Aerodynamics, with input from Adrian Newey Chief Technical Officer. Powered by the Renault R.E.17 engine but rebadged as TAG Heuer. The pre-season testing proved that the car was a long way behind the two leaders, Ferrari and Mercedes, in both pace and reliability. The team opted for a low drag design philosophy for 2017. The Australian Grand Prix proved that the team was the 3rd quickest behind Ferrari and Mercedes.

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Ricciardo crashed during his opening run in Q3 and received a 5-place grid penalty for changing his car's gearbox. In the race misery continued for Ricciardo at his home Grand Prix with the car braking down during the installation laps and was forced to start 2 laps down as his mechanics worked to repair his car. Ricciardo later retired on lap 26 after his engine failed. He rated it as one of his worst race weekends.

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 Brabham BT 52

1:18 scale model Brabham BT52 F1 World Champion 1983 Nelson Piquet

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This model features engine and chassis detail!
The Brabham BT52 Formula One car, designed by Gordon Murray was powered by the incredible BMW M12/13 turbocharged engine producing about 850 bhp (630 kW) in qualifying trim, detuned to around 640 bhp (480 kW) in race trim. After the ground effect cars were banned at the end of the previous season, the FIA mandated that all F1 cars be designed with flat undersides.

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The previously crucial sidepods were now generating lift rather than suction so the BT52 had short, angular sidepods to keep lift at a minimum. The car featured a distinctive dart-shaped profile and oversized rear wing in an effort to claw back as much downforce as possible. Piquet became the first driver to win the world championship with a turbo engine after winning at Brazil, Italy and the European GP and scoring consistently securing podium places. The BT52 was updated after the Canadian Grand Prix to the BT52B and proceeded to win three of the remaining seven races of the season. With Piquet winning his second World Drivers' Championship with 59 points, Brabham finished third in the Constructors' Championship with 72 points, 7 behind second placed Renault and 17 behind winners Ferrari.
 RB12 Ricciardo 1st pole

1:18 scale model Red Bull Racing Tag Heuer RB12 Daniel Ricciardo 1st Pole Monaco GP 2016

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Ricciardo scored his first pole position at the Monaco Grand Prix, and led the early stages of the race, taking charge for the first 30 laps. But due to a very long pitstop, it took nearly 40 seconds to find a set of tyres, he lost the race lead to Lewis Hamilton and finished the race in 2nd. The Red Bull RB12 Formula One racing car was designed by Red Bull Racing, the car is very similar compared to the Red Bull RB11. The car used a Renault Renault R.E.16 (rebadged as TAG Heuer) 1.6L (98 cu in) direct injection V6 Turbo Hybrid.

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1:18 scale model Bull Racing Tag Heuer RB12 Daniel Ricciardo 2016

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Ricciardo returned to winning form after over a two-year absence when he won the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix, eventually sealing third in the championship for the second time in three years at the 2016 Mexican Grand Prix.

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The Red Bull RB12 Formula One racing car was designed by Red Bull Racing, the car is very similar compared to the Red Bull RB11. The car used a Renault Renault R.E.16 (rebadged as TAG Heuer) 1.6L (98 cu in) direct injection V6 Turbo Hybrid.

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Red Bull Racing Renault RB10

Daniel Ricciardo 2014

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Perth Western Australia's own Daniel Ricciardo joined Red Bull Racing in 2014, replacing Mark Webber who retired from F1 after 12 years of competition at this elite level. Daniel Ricciardo quickly proved he was worthy of the ride with a 2nd place at the Australian GP and 3rd place at the Spanish GP and Monaco GP - he has consistently out performed his team mate Sebestian Vettel the current world champion.

 

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 AMG Mercedes W07

1:18 scale model Mercedes F1 W07 Australian GP Winner Nico Rosberg 2016 F1 World Champion

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The Mercedes F1 W07 Hybrid was the dominant Formula One racing car of the 2016 Season. Designed and developed by Aldo Costa, Geoffrey Willis and Paddy Lowe, it was constructed by Mercedes-Benz and driven by Champion Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.

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It was the last Formula One car driven by Rosberg, following his announcement on retirement from the sport after clinching his first World Drivers' Championship title. The chassis was named "F1 W07 Hybrid" to represent the seventh Formula One car that Mercedes had constructed since 2010, while the hybrid was marked to recognize the utilization of fully integrated hybrid power units. The car made its competitive debut at the 2016 Australian Grand Prix with Rosberg winning the opening round of the 2016 season. The car finished in 1st place at 18 of the 20 races of the 2016 season.
 Benetton B195

1:18 scale die cast model Benetton B195 Michael Schumacher 1995 F1 World Champion

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The Benetton B195 was designed by Rory Byrne and Ross Brawn. The B195 was similar to its B194 predecessor, but a change of engine supplier from Ford to Renault caused a redesign of the engine installation, gearbox and rear suspension. The car was now powered by a Renault V10 engine of the same type the rival Williams team were using in their FW17.

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The B195 was not as stable as the FW17. When Gerhard Berger came from Ferrari to Benetton in late 1995 during winter testing, he found the balance of the car very poor, and Schumacher made the comment: "If he had driven the car at the beginning of the season, he would have spun in the pit-lane!" After an initial disqualification and subsequent re-instatement of victory in Brazil, Michael Schumacher carried on from where he had left off in 1994, and battled Damon Hill for the world championship. The two drivers had several collisions and near misses just as in 1994, the most notable was at the British Grand Prix that year when Hill attempted to pass and took both him and Schumacher out of the race. Schumacher capitalised on mistakes by Williams and Hill and took nine victories, easily retaining his championship. The Benetton team won its first Constructors' Championship that season, but most of their key technical staff defected to Ferrari when Schumacher signed for them for the 1996 season.
 Mercedes W05

1:18 scale die cast model Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team W05 Winner Abu Dhabi GP Lewis Hamilton,  2014 F1 World Champion celebrating with Union Jack

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Lewis Hamilton clinched his second drivers' World Championship with a comfortable victory in the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The 2008 champion became only the fourth Briton to win two world titles. Hamilton, second in qualifying, took the lead at the start and controlled the race, as Mercedes team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg suffered car trouble and finished 14th.

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"This is the greatest day of my life," the 29 year-old said. "2008 was a great year in my life. The feeling I have now is way, way past that. The greatest feeling ever." Hamilton moves level with Britons Jim Clark and Graham Hill on two titles, and is one behind Sir Jackie Stewart. Hamilton was passed a Union Jack from a spectator which he held aloft as he brought his car home to the garage after the victory he then stood on his car waving the Union Jack to celebrate.
Mercedes AMG W06 

1:18 scale diecast model Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team W06  Lewis Hamilton  2015 World Champion

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Minichamps has been delighting collectors for more than 20 years. Through this time they have refined and perfected their approach of producing high quality replicas at an affordable price. All are accurate reproductions of the actual cars they represent.

This is a die-cast car.

Mercedes Dealer Packaging Exclusive to Motorabilia in Australia

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Lewis Hamilton became a 3 time Formula One World Champion in 2015, winning 10 of 19 races. The Mercedes F1 W06 Hybrid was the dominant package this season, winning the Constructors World Championship by a wide margin. Can they three-peat?
AMG Mercedes W06

1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team W05 at the Australian GP, Lewis Hamilton,

 2014 World Champion

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The 2014 Australian Grand Prix marked the début of new F1 regulations introduceing 1.6 litre turbocharged V6 hybrid engines to the sport. A change that ended Red Bull domination and marked the debut of the dominant Mercedes AMG cars. Lewis Hamilton qualified fastest with Daniel Ricciardo second with Rosberg third. Rosberg got a good start, overtaking Ricciardo and Hamilton, at the first corner Rosberg led, with Ricciardo second and Hamilton third. Hamilton continued to slip down the order with his engine running on five cylinders - having fallen from first to fifth by the end of lap one, on the second lap he was called into the pits to retire. 

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1:18 scale diecast model Lotus E20 Kimi Raikkonen's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix winner in 2012

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110120209 The Lotus E20 was designed and produced by the Enstone-based Lotus F1 Team for the 2012 Formula One season. The E20 was the twentieth Formula One car to be designed at Enstone since 1992 and was named in tribute to the contribution made by the team in their twenty-year history. 

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The car was also be the first from Enstone to carry the Lotus name, since the team ceased using the Renault name following their renaming from Lotus Renault GP at the end of 2011. The team continued to use Renault engines for the car, which was launched by the team on its website on 5 February 2012 and driven by 2007 World Drivers' Champion Kimi Räikkönen and 2011 GP2 Series champion Romain Grosjean, both of whom returned to Formula One after a two-year absence. The car made its competitive debut at the 2012 Australian Grand Prix, and in the twenty races of the 2012 season, recorded a race win in Abu Dhabi and nine podium finishes to finish fourth overall in the World Constructors' Championship.
 

1:18 scale diecast model Lotus E21 Kimi Raikkonen's Australian Grand Prix winner in 2013

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110130107 The Lotus E21 was designed and built by the Lotus F1 team for use in the 2013 championship. The car was driven by 2007 World Champion Kimi Räikkönen and Romain Grosjean, both of whom remained with the team after competing in 2012. The E21 was the first of the 2013 season cars to be launched.

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 Following criticism of the cars raced in 2012 for being "ugly" because of a visible step in the design of the nose, the 2013 technical regulations allowed teams to use a "modesty panel", or a small piece of carbon fiber designed to cover the nose of the car for aesthetic purposes. However, the E21 was launched without a modesty panel, as the team felt that it offered no aerodynamic benefit, and that the aesthetic qualities it offered were not worth the added weight, however slight the weight gain might be. I was successful on it's debut winning the Australian Grand Prix.
 McLaren Honda MP4/5B, Ayrton Senna

1:18 scale diecast model McLaren Honda MP4/5B  1990 F1 World Champion 

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Ayrton Senna Collection

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The McLaren MP4/5B was evolutionary design by American engineer Steve Nichols, using the proven 3.5 litre V10 Honda engine and the innovativive Weismann Transverse Transmission. It earned back to back drivers' and constructors' world titles. Over the course of two seasons, the MP4/5 and the B upgrade took 16 wins, 27 pole positions and 263 points before it was replaced by the MP4/6 for 1991.

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1:18 scale diecast model McLaren Honda MP4/4  1988

 Ayrton Senna Collection

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Formula 1 World Drivers Champion

Very nicely crafted in 1:18 scale, this is the 1988 McLaren Honda MP4/4 as driven to his first F1 World Championship by the late Ayrton Senna. Highly detailed, these are exact scale reproductions of the cars they represent. Produced with precision and accuracy by Minichamps, this is an official Ayrton Senna Collection release and is fully licensed by the Senna Foundation.

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McLaren was able to convince Honda to switch its backing from Williams starting in 1988. The McLaren-Honda MP4/4 won an amazing 15 of 16 races that year and leading all but 27 laps, achieving a staggering and unbeaten record to this date. (Senna had been leading comfortably at Monza, but collided with back-marker Jean-Louis Schlesser's Williams.) Ayrton Senna took the driver's title that season, his first with the Woking marque. 

1:18 scale Formula 1 die cast model Red Bull Racing Renault RB8 Brazilian Grand Prix 2012 World Champion Sebastian Vettel with Rain Tryes

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Minichamps has been delighting collectors for more than 20 years. Through this time they have refined and perfected their approach of producing high quality replicas at an affordable price. All are accurate reproductions of the actual cars they represent. This is the model celebrating the memorable 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix, love those tyres!

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model  Red Bull Racing Renault RB7 

Sebastian Vettel 2011 Formula 1 World Drivers Champion

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Prior to the end of the 2011 season it was announced that Sebastian Vettel had renewed his contract with Red Bull Racing until the end of the 2014 season. Vettel showed a dominant performance in the 2011 Red Bull RB7. He reached a podium position 17 times, won 11 races and captured 15 pole positions. After every race he lead in the championship. 

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Toyota TF 104 C. Da Matta 2004

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The Toyota TF104 was a Formula One car used by the Toyota F1 team during the 2004 Formula One season. The car was the third and final Gustav Brunner designed Toyota in Formula One, and it was considered as another "evolutionary step" up from its predecessor the TF103, which in turn had been labeled a "evolutionary step" up from the TF102 used in 2002.The car was driven by the same pairing as in 2003; Olivier Panis and Cristiano da Matta. 

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Jordan Toyota EJ15 Karthikeyan 2005

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Jordan Grand Prix was an Irish-registered F1 constructor that competed from 1991 to 2005. The team is named after Irish businessman and founder Eddie Jordan. Jordan and his team were well known for a "rock and roll" attitude which added colour and character to Formula One. In early 2005, after Ford's decision to put Cosworth up for sale, Jordan reached an agreement with Toyota to supply Jordan with engines identical to those in the Toyota cars. 

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McLaren F1 GTR 1995 Le Mans Winner 

Dalmas/Sekiya/Lehto 

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McLaren first ran at Le Mans in 1995. It was assumed that the Le Mans Prototype class would easily dominate, since they were custom built racing cars with no relation to street cars like the McLaren F1 GTR. However various Le Mans Prototypes succumbed to difficulties and dropped down in the standings, while the McLaren F1 GTR continued on without difficulty.

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In the closing hours of the race, five McLaren F1 GTRs were still racing while only three Le Mans Prototypes remained. A close battle in the final hours saw the McLaren competing against the Courage Compétition prototype, with the F1 GTR finally taking the win. Other McLarens finished 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 13th overall, with only two F1 GTRs failing to finish. The winning car, which was driven by Yannick Dalmas, Masanori Sekiya, and JJ Lehto, was retained by McLaren and never raced again.

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Wiliams F1 BMW  FW24 2002

Ralf Schumacher

Limited Edition 3,000 pcs

Show Car 2003

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 1:18 scale diecast model Porsche 956L 1982 Le Mans Winner driven by Jackie Ickx and Derek Bell

Porsche 956

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Porsche dominated Le Mans for twenty years from 1970 winning twelve of the twenty races contested and an amazing seven races in a row from 1981 to 1987. Porsche had long been noted for their reliability in long distance racing dating back to the 60’s when their splendid under two liter 904’s were dubbed “The Silver Train”.

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By 1982 when Jackie Ickx and Derek Bell entered Le Mans with the Porsche 956 they had a car that could outrun, out brake and out handle anything on the track. PMA/Minichamps has done a nice job capturing the essence of this truly iconic race car. The body is well formed, ride height and track, such a challenge on so many models, appear to be spot on. The doors hinge open nicely to reveal a well appointed interior. Indeed Minichamps has added a wealth of nicely done small details throughout the car. This is highlighted when one takes off the rear cowl and gets a chance to inspect the detail of the engine compartment and rear suspension.
 1:18 scale diecast model Bentley Blower 4.5 Le Mans #8 

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Bentley dominated Le Mans in the early days. Winning each year from 1926 to 1930. Whilst proving to be quicker than the Speed Six, the Blower was not as durable and never won at Le Mans. The car still holds the Le Mans lap record, at an average speed of 89.69mph (144.362km/h), for the course as it was at the time. The Blower Bentleys, if somewhat controversial, are undoubtedly amongst the most charismatic and best known Bentleys ever produced. 

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1:18 scale diecast model 1973 BWM 3.0 CSL 

"Batmobile"

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The 3.0 CSL is considered the first project by the BMW M division. The CSL was first produced in May 1971 as a lightweight version of the six cylinder 3.0 coupe and to homologate for European Touring Car Group 2 races. It had thinner body panels, no front bumper, fibreglass rear bumper,  side windows made from Plexiglass and alloy opening panels to reduce weight. The suspension was stiffened by Bilstein gas shockers with advanced progressive-rate springs. In August 1973 the 3.2 litre 206 bhp  "Batmobile" was released.  It had a weird-looking wing that was intrinsic to its success in the European Touring Car series; created in a Stuttgart wind tunnel, the radical wing helped the CSL easily outpace competitive Capri's and cut lap times by a staggering 15 seconds in Nurburgring.

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In November 1975 Peter Brock  was involved with Bill Patterson in a BMW 3.5 CSL bought from South Africa. The aim  was to run it in the 1976 Le Mans 24-Hour with support from Bridgestone. Brock and the car raced at a number of events and BMW Motor sport had reportedly promised Brock support if he ran the German car in South East Asia and Australasia. Brock's drive with Brian Muir at Le Mans was a disaster with gear box failure. BMW Cap Autographed by Peter Brock

 1:18 scale diecast model Porsche 956 1984 LeMans Winner Pescarolo/Ludwig 

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The 956 featured a ground effects chassis made of an aluminium monocoque weighing at 800 kg with the Type-935 2.65 L turbocharged Flat-6, producing approximately 635 hp (474 kW) with a dual clutch 5-speed manual gearbox.The 956B featured an improved chassis with better fuel efficiency from a Bosch Motronic electrical system. 

The works Rothmans Porsche team boycotted the 1984 Le Mans race due to a dispute over the fuel regulations, meaning that multiple winners Ickx and Bell were absent for the first time in many years. Porsche allowed 1983 co-winner Vern Schuppan to race with the Kremer Racing, teamed with with fellow Australian, 1980 Formula One World Champion Alan Jones. 

SOLD OUT 1984 saw the largest ever influx of Australian drivers in the race, with Peter Brock, Larry Perkins, Rusty French, Allan Grice and Neil Crang.Reinhold Joest's privately entered 956 driven by Frenchman Henri Pescarolo and West German Klaus Ludwig won the race in the #7 Porsche 956B. For Pescarolo it was his fourth and last win at Le Mans, while for Ludwig it was his second win. After starting 3rd on the grid, the pair were only in 30th place after the first hour after pitting twice in the first 5 laps to fix a minor fuel feed problem after which the car ran almost faultlessly. The Porsche 956 dominated the final standings, taking the top seven places. 

1:18 scale diecast model Peugeot 908 HDi FAP 2009 Le Mans Winner

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The Peugeot 908 made its race debut at the opening round of the 2007 Le Mans Series, the 1000km of Monza. The two 908s were very quick in qualifying, managing to take the top two spots. In the race the Peugeots lead with the 908 of Gené and Minassian taking victory in the 908's debut. At the next round at Valencia, the 908 won again. In June 2007, Peugeot managed to best the Audi R10 TDI diesel, earning pole position in Le Mans qualifying. In the race,  the Audi R10s were obviously faster than the Peugeots on the straights and much more stable in the corners.  Sold Out The Peugeot finished second to the Audi R10 after covering 359 laps.  Following the break for Le Mans, the Peugeots returned to the Le Mans Series, Winning the LMP1 teams' championship.

For the 2008 Le Mans three 908s were entered and the team started on pole position as they had in 2007. However during a rain-soaked night the Audi R10 was able to take the lead and go on to win their seventh Le Mans. Peugeots finished second, third, and fifth.

Four 908s were entered into the 2009 24 Hours of Le Mans, The cars #9 and #8 took the first two places, 16 years after Peugeot's last win. Together with the sixth-placed #7, they performed a formation finish, crossing the line with all three cars line-astern.
 
 Williams FW07B Alan Jones

1:18 scale model Williams FW07B Alan Jones F1 World Champion 1980

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Very nicely crafted in 1:18 scale by Minichamps, this is the 1980 Williams FW07B that took Alan Jones to the Formula One World Championship title in 1980. The car was a development of the FW07 designed by Patrick Head and heavy influenced by the Lotus 79. It was Williams first ground effects car. The car was so efficient in creating ground effect the front wings became unnecessary. Jones won five races in Argentina, France, Britain, Canada and the USA to win his only world championship.

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Williams FW08 Rosberg 1982

1:18 scale model Williams FW08 Keke Rosberg 1982 World F1 Champion

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The Williams FW08 was designed by Patrick Head and Frank Dernie, it debuted at the 1982 Belgian Grand Prix. It was an evolution of the FW07 that it replaced which itself was based on the Lotus 79. It was the height of the Ground Effects era and a very competitive season, with some of the best racing ever seen. Eleven drivers won a race during the season, none of them more than two times, including nine different winners in nine consecutive races. Keke Rosberg was the first driver since Mike Hawthorn in the 1958 season to win the championship with only one race win. 

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1:18 scale diecast model McLaren Honda MP4/6  1991 F1 World Champion 

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The first McLaren to be powered by a Honda V12 engine. The MP4/6 also used a manual "H" pattern gearbox and was the last Formula One car to win a World Championship, using a manual transmission or a V12 engine. The MP4/6 was considered by some to be the most competitive car in the field until Williams sorted the FW14, which was aerodynamically and technically more advanced.

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1:18 scale die cast model Williams FW15C Alain Prost 1993 F1 World Champion

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The Williams FW15C was designed by Adrian Newey and powered by the Renault RS5 67° V10 engine producing at least 760 bhp (570 kW) It was raced by Alain Prost and Damon Hill during the 1993 Formula One season where it won both the drivers' and Constructors' Championships.

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The Williams FW15C has a decent claim to be the most technologically sophisticated Formula One car of all time, incorporating anti-lock brakes, traction control and active suspension. The French Grand Prix was a PR dream for Renault, with a French driver leading home the team's only 1-2 finish of the year, while Hill's victory at the Belgian race was Renault's 50th Formula One win
Lotus 98T 

1:18 scale diecast model Lotus Renault 98T Ayrton Senna 1986

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Very nicely done in 1:18 scale by Minichamps, this is the 1986 Lotus 98T as driven by the great Ayrton Senna. Highly detailed and very accurate reproduction of the actual car, also includes realistic driver figure in the cockpit. This is an official Ayrton Senna Collection release.

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 Benetton B194

1:18 scale die cast model Benetton B194 Michael Schumacher 1994 F1 World Champion

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The Benetton B194 was designed by Rory Byrne and powered by a Ford Zetec-R V8 engine (produced by Cosworth). The B194 was a light and nimble car that handled well and was most competitive in the hands of Schumacher on twisty tracks. Other teams suspected the B194 was not legal, due to the high competitiveness of such a comparatively underpowered car.

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The FIA launched an investigation and a start sequence (launch control) system was discovered in the cars' onboard computer systems but no traction control.  In the end, the governing body could not prove the systems had been used so the complaints were dropped. Schumacher himself was subject to controversy, after being disqualified from the British Grand Prix and then the Belgian Grand Prix which allowed Damon Hill to cut into the German's points lead and as they came to the final race in Australia, Hill and Schumacher were separated by one point. The race is remembered for an incident involving the two title contenders Damon Hill and Michael Schumacher which forced both to retire and resulted in Schumacher winning the World Drivers' Championship.Schumacher commented years later that the B194 was actually quite a handful to drive, being twitchy at the rear end.
Lotus 97T 

1:18 scale diecast model Lotus Renault 97T Ayrton Senna 1985

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Very nicely done in 1:18 scale by Minichamps, this is the 1985 Lotus 97T as driven by the legendary Ayrton Senna. Includes fully decorated driver figure in the car and custom outer Ayrton Senna Collection box. Senna would score his first GP victory in this car at the Portugal GP

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Lotus Honda 99T 1987

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A new era had begun for Team Lotus for the 1987 Grand Prix season. The traditional elegant John Player Special livery had disappeared and had been replaced by cigarette brand Camel. Team Lotus had also changed their engine supplier. They switched to Japanese Honda units.  Honda had made enormous progress with their turbocharged V6 engines in the Williams team, so they had decided to supply a second top level team with that unit.  Sold Out  

  Ayrton Senna was the lead driver. French engineer Gerard Ducarouge, who had been at Matra, Ligier and Alfa Romeo before he had joined Team Lotus, designed a very competitive chassis with active ride suspension, for the Honda V6.

1987 became a very good season for Camel Team Lotus. Senna won two Grand Prix, Detroit and Monaco, and he finished 3rd in the drivers´worldchampionship behind the Williams Honda drivers Nelson Piquet and Nigel Mansell. Lotus also scored the 3rd position in the constructor´s worldchampionship behind Williams Honda and McLaren TAG.

1:18 scale die-cast Formula 1 model 

Lotus 79 

World Champion 1978 Mario Andretti

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The Lotus 79 was the first F1 car to take full advantage of ground effects aerodynamics. This allowed a smaller rear wing to be designed, causing less drag. 
The car was powered by the Ford Cosworth DFV and constructed of sheet aluminum honeycomb, specially strengthened for the pressures exerted on the car by the ground effect. The Lotus 79 was also the first F1 car to be designed using computer design aids. In fact, it was the first F1 car to use computers to analyse it in the pits on race weekends.

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The need for smooth airflow dictated the car's clean lines. Nicknamed "Black Beauty" for its graceful design, sleek profile and its black and gold livery through sponsorship by John Player Special cigarettes. The 79 proved to be almost unbeatable during the 1978 Formula One season and provided an unprecedented level of domination. The car took six more victories during the season giving the drivers' championship to Andretti, and the constructors' championship to Lotus. In its lifetime, the 79 took 7 wins, 10 pole positions, 121 points and won the last drivers' and constructors' world championships for Lotus. The 79 is credited with pushing Formula One into the aerodynamics era, and its influence is still keenly felt on today's modern F1 cars. 

 Mercedes W05

1:18 scale die cast model Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team W05 Winner Abu Dhabi GP Lewis Hamilton,  2014 F1 World Champion celebrating with Union Jack

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Lewis Hamilton clinched his second drivers' World Championship with a comfortable victory in the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The 2008 champion became only the fourth Briton to win two world titles. Hamilton, second in qualifying, took the lead at the start and controlled the race, as Mercedes team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg suffered car trouble and finished 14th.

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"This is the greatest day of my life," the 29 year-old said. "2008 was a great year in my life. The feeling I have now is way, way past that. The greatest feeling ever." Hamilton moves level with Britons Jim Clark and Graham Hill on two titles, and is one behind Sir Jackie Stewart. Hamilton was passed a Union Jack from a spectator which he held aloft as he brought his car home to the garage after the victory he then stood on his car waving the Union Jack to celebrate.

1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model 

2014 Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team W05, Nico Rosberg

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model  Red Bull Racing Renault RB7 

Mark Webber 2011 

The #2 Driver for Red Bull

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Webber showed promise in 2011 but was overshadowed by the dominant performance of Sebastian Vettel. Webber reached a podium position 10 times, won 1 race and captured 3 pole positions coming 3rd in the World Championship. 

 

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1:18 scale die cast Formula 1 model Brabham Ford BT49C 1981World Champion Nelson Piquet 

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For the 1981 season, a BT49C chassis was lightened through increased use of carbon composite materials. The BT49C regained its front wings to compensate in part for the down force lost due to the restrictions on GFx skirt movement and height. 

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More significantly, Murray devised a hydropneumatic suspension system for the BT49C in which soft air springs supported the car at the regulation height for checks while stationary. At speed, where the ride height could not be measured, down force compressed the air and the car settled to a much lower height, creating more down force. By the time the DFV was used in the BT49C, it weighed 154 kg and produced around 373 kW @ 11,000 rpm. Peak torque was 270 pound-feet (366 N·m) at 9,000 rpm.    

1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model 

2014 Infiniti Red Bull Racing Renault RB10, Sebastian Vettel

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1:43 scale diecast Formula 1 model Toro Rosso STR8

Daniel Ricciardo 2013

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The Toro Rosso STR8 was designed by Scuderia Toro Rosso for the 2013 Formula One season. The car was driven by Daniel Ricciardo and Jean-Éric Vergne. 

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1:43 scale diecast Formula 1 model Toro Rosso STR7 by Minichamps of Germany

Daniel Ricciardo 2012

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The Toro Rosso STR7 was designed by Scuderia Toro Rosso for the 2012 Formula One season. It is the seventh car run by the team, and the third car that they have developed since the introduction of rules in 2010 prohibiting teams from using a "customer chassis", or a design that had previously been used by another team. The car was driven by Daniel Ricciardo and Jean-Éric Vergne. The car proved promising in the first 2 races as Ricciardo and Vergne scored points each in those races.  Sold Out

However afterwards the car struggled for competitiveness as both drivers finished outside the points scoring positions. Upgrades were fitted onto their cars when they headed for the Belgian GP. Since then, both drivers consistently scored points and the car showed improvements. They eventually finished the season in 9th place with 26 points

 

1:18 scale diecast model 1976 McLaren Ford M23, James Hunt Formula 1 World Champion engine detail

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Superb engine detail

The McLaren M23 was a Formula One racing car designed by Gordon Coppuck, with input from John Barnard. It was a development of the McLaren M16 Indianapolis 500 car. A Ford Cosworth DFV engine was used, which was prepared by Nicholson Engines. This helped push the DFV's horsepower output to around 490 bhp.

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Red Bull Racing Renault RB9

Sebastian Vettel 2013 Formula 1 World Drivers Champion

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Sebastian Vettel totally dominated the 2013 Formula 1 World Drivers Championship, taking his 4 consecutive title

 

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Red Bull Racing Renault RB9

Mark Webber's 2013 Retirement Model

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Mark Webber announced his retirement in 2013 after 12 years in Formula 1. 

 

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Red Bull Racing Renault RB8

Sebastian Vettel 2012 World Champion

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Red Bull had dominated 2010 and 2011 with Mark Webber or Sebastian Vettel leading the Formula 1 Championship for much of the time. 2012 was a completely different story. With 7 different winners in the first 7 races, Fernando Alonso took the lead in the Championship from June but retirements in later races caused his competitors to catch-up with Vettel emerging as the prime contender. The season went down to the wire with a exciting race in Brazil. Vettel charging through the filed after a mishap sent him to the back of the pack, he finished 6th with enough points top secure his 3rd World Championship.

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Red Bull Racing Renault RB8

Mark Webber's 2012 Monaco GP winner

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Mark Webber's victory in the 2012 Monaco F1 GP created a new record for Formula One in that there had never been six different winners of the opening six Grand Prix of the season before. Motorabilia has secured a few special Monaco edition models celebrating Mark's famous victory. Sold Out

 

1:18 scale diecast model Red Bull Racing Renault RB6

Sebastian Vettel 2010 Formula 1 World Drivers Champion

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Red Bull Racing Renault RB6

Mark Webber Monaco winner 2010

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Red Bull had dominated 2010 with Mark Webber leading the Formula 1 Championship for much of the year. This is the car he used to win in Monaco.

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1:18 scale diecast model Red Bull Racing Renault RB5

Mark Webber 2009

China GP car with rain tyres, 

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Mark Webber's first GP wins were in this very competitive car, at one stage he was second in the Formula 1 World Drivers Championship. He became the hunter and Button was the hunted.

Sold Out Watch Australian Grand Prix stars Mark Webber and Daniel Ricciardo in the Red Bull Formula One Racing simulator. 

1:18 scale diecast model Brawn GP

BGP 001 

 Brazil GP  Jenson Button 2009 

Limited Edition. 4209 units

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The first race at Melbourne confirmed the great shape Brawn was in. After achieving the pole position in the qualifying session, Button won the first race. A week later in Malaysia he repeated the exact same thing. Further victories followed in Bahrain, Spain and the prestigious Monaco. He also won the seventh Grand Prix of the year,  in Turkey.

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 He took advantage of a mistake, made by Sebastian Vettel, who lost the lead in the first lap. The following two races at Great Britain and Germany, which took place in cold weather conditions, were not marked by success. Red Bull won the next few races and therefore the lead in the championship slowly melted. Although his lead in the driver’s championship decreased race by race, his direct competitors caught up with him very slowly. With a fifth place at the second last race of the year, in Brazil, Button was able to secure his first World Championship title.

1:18 scale diecast model Brawn GP

BGP 001 

 Australian GP  Jenson Button 2009 Limited Edition. 4002 units

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Jason Button Formula 1 World Champion

In 2009 Button rode in the Brawn GP Formula One Team, along with former Honda colleague Rubens Barrichello, who was supposed to be replaced by his fellow countryman Brunno Senna. 

Sold Out Although the new team had only limited time to prepare for the first race, the first test drives of the Brawn BGP001 showed that the team was one step ahead of the competition. Experts doubted that the British race team was competitive enough and assumed that the fast lap times were only an instrument to search for the desperately needed sponsors, rather than serious trials. The first race at Melbourne confirmed the great shape Brawn was in. 

1:18 scale diecast model 2008 McLaren Mercedes MP4-23, 

Lewis Hamilton Formula 1 World Champion 

Brazil - Rain Tyres

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 At the 2008 Hungarian Grand Prix, some new aerodynamic parts were added, including "dumbo wings", similar to those used by Honda on the RA108, which were temporarily removed at the Italian Grand Prix but reinstated for the rest of the season.This is the model of the Brazil car in which Hamilton won the world championship in the rain. Hamilton passed Toyota's Timo Glock in the final corners of the race to finish fifth, securing him the points needed to take the Drivers' Championship. Sold Out

 

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model BAR Honda 006 2004 

Jason Button

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1:18 scale diecast model McLaren Honda MP4/5a Honda V10 1989

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Formula 1 World Constructors Champion

Model: MP4/5a
Year: 1989
Engine: Honda RA109E 
Wins: 10 (WC, CC)
Pole positions: 15
Fastest Laps: 8

Type: Honda RA109E
Year: 1989
Number of cylinders: 10
Configuration: 72° vee
Capacity: 3493
RPM: 12800
Power: 660-680 bhp

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In 1989, using a new 3.5L naturally-aspirated engine designed by Honda, McLaren again won both titles with the McLaren MP4/5, with Alain Prost clinching it at the Japanese Grand Prix after a highly controversial collision with his teammate Senna. This was the culmination of a vitriolic feud between the two men.

1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Lotus Honda 99T 1987

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A new era had begun for Team Lotus for the 1987 Grand Prix season. The traditional elegant John Player Special livery had disappeared and had been replaced by cigarette brand Camel. Team Lotus had also changed their engine supplier. They switched to Japanese Honda units.  Honda had made enormous progress with their turbocharged V6 engines in the Williams team, so they had decided to supply a second top level team with that unit.  Sold Out

 

 

  Ayrton Senna was the lead driver. French engineer Gerard Ducarouge, who had been at Matra, Ligier and Alfa Romeo before he had joined Team Lotus, designed a very competitive chassis with active ride suspension, for the Honda V6.

1987 became a very good season for Camel Team Lotus. Senna won two Grand Prix, Detroit and Monaco, and he finished 3rd in the drivers´worldchampionship behind the Williams Honda drivers Nelson Piquet and Nigel Mansell. Lotus also scored the 3rd position in the constructor´s worldchampionship behind Williams Honda and McLaren TAG.

1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model McLaren Honda MP4/7 Honda  1991

Ayrton Senna Collection

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Model: MP4/7A
Year: 1992
Engine: Honda RA122E 
Wins: 5
Pole positions: 1
Fastest Laps: 2

Type: Honda RA122E
Year: 1992
Number of cylinders: 12
Configuration: 60° vee
Weight: 150 kg
Capacity: 3493
RPM: 15000
Power: 850-880 bhp
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Alain Prost left to join the Ferrari team in 1990. Nevertheless, McLaren continued to dominate Formula One for the next two seasons, with Senna winning the World Drivers' Championship in 1990, using the MP4/6 V12. McLaren also won the constructors title in 1991 with Senna's new teammate Gerhard Berger. This was a great period for McLaren with Senna in the #1 car and reigning world champion.

 

1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Toyota TF 104 O. Panis 2004

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model BAR Honda 007 Takuma Sato 2005

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When BAR Honda returned at the European Grand Prix the team struggled to find its feet. In stark contrast to the previous season, BAR failed to score a single point until the midway point, at the 2005 French Grand Prix. Still, the team showed its grit by steadily developing the car, allowing Button to score in each of the last 10 races of the season, culminating in 2 podium positions. At the end of 2005 Honda obtained 100% ownership of BAR completing their ambition to become a full F1 manufacturer team.  Sold Out

  

1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model BAR Honda 007 Jensen Button 2005

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British American Racing was a Formula One constructor that competed in the sport from 1999 to 2005. BAR subsequently formed a partnership with Honda forming BAR Honda. The start of the 2005 season didn't go according to plan for BAR, as they struggled in the early season. Just as they became competitive,BAR Honda was disqualified for running with underweight cars and banned for two races, including the lucrative Monaco Grand Prix.  Sold Out

   

1:18 scale diecast model 2008 McLaren Mercedes MP4-23, 

Lewis Hamilton Formula 1 World Champion 

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The McLaren MP4-23 was Vodafone McLaren-Mercedes' Formula One car for the 2008 Formula One season. It was revealed at Mercedes-Benz's motor sport museum in Stuttgart on 7 January 2008 and it had its first on-track appearance at Jerez in Spain on 9 January. The car won the 2008 World Driver's Championship in the hands of Lewis Hamilton, but finished 2nd in the constructor's championship which was won by Ferrari. The car (and its rivals) marked the end of an era of complex aerodynamic appendages on the bodywork, which would be banned for the 2009 season. 

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Brabham BT52B Nelson Piquet 1983 F1 World Champion

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The Brabham BT52 Formula One car, designed by Gordon Murray was powered by the incredible BMW M12/13 turbocharged engine  produceing about 850 bhp (630 kW) in qualifying trim, detuned to around 640 bhp (480 kW) in race trim. After the ground effect cars were banned at the end of the previous season, the FIA mandated that all F1 cars be designed with flat undersides. The previously crucial sidepods were now generating lift rather than suction and so the BT52 had short, angular sidepods to keep lift at a minimum.  Sold Out

 

 The car featured a distinctive dart-shaped profile and oversized rear wing in an effort to claw back as much downforce as possible. Piquet became the first driver to win the world championship with a turbo engine after winning at Brazil, Italy and the European GP and scoring consistently securing podium places. The BT52 was updated after the Canadian Grand Prix to the BT52B and proceeded to win three of the remaining seven races of the season. With Piquet winning his second World Drivers' Championship with 59 points, Brabham finished third in the Constructors' Championship with 72 points, 7 behind second placed Renault and 17 behind winners Ferrari.

1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Williams Renault FW15 A. Senna 1994 his last season

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1994 Ayrton Senna RIP

"The greatest Grand Prix driver of all time"

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