With every issue you will receive a precious model in die-cast metal, a mini masterpiece of model engineering, surprisingly realistic and positioned on a stretch of track chicane. The models are perfect in every tiny detail of the original single-seater: livery, colours, decals*, driver’s name, aerodynamic appendages, engines and mechanical parts, right down to the detailing in the cockpit – including the steering wheel, seat and even the seatbelts!
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1. McLAREN MP4/8 1993
driven by Ayrton Senna
DRIVERS' & CONSTRUCTORS' WORLD CHAMPION – 1988
The McLaren MP4/4 remains one of the most successful Formula 1 cars of all time – in the 1988 campaign it scorched to 15 Grand Prix™ victories in 16 races for the Woking-based outfit, eight won by Senna, 1988's World Champion at the expense of his teammate and huge rival Alain Prost.
2. FERRARI 312T2 1993
driven by Niki Lauda
DRIVERS' AND CONSTRUCTORS' WORLD CHAMPION - 1977
The Italian car that gave Niki Lauda his second FIA Formula One World Championship™ title in 1977.
During that campaign the car underwent important aerodynamic modifications and, for the first time, it sported Fiat's logo on its bodywork. This model features the livery used for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
3. MERCEDES F1 W05 HYBRID 2014
driven by Lewis Hamilton
DRIVERS' AND CONSTRUCTORS' WORLD CHAMPION - 2014
Mercedes embraced the new regulations and the marque's F1 W05 Hybrid 2014, complete with new hybrid power units, refined rear-end design and improved aerodynamics, simply blew away the opposition. At the fore of the action, clinching 11 Grand Prix wins and his second FIA Formula One World Championship, was Lewis Hamilton.
4. WILLIAMS FW14B 1992
driven by Nigel Mansell
DRIVERS' AND CONSTRUCTORS' WORLD CHAMPION - 1992
Nigel Mansell and Williams made their intentions perfectly clear in 1992, racing to a record five successive victories at the start of the season! There was no let-up: Mansell sealed the World crown at the Hungarian Grand Prix, the 11th event – earlier in the campaign than any previous F1 driver.
5. LOTUS 72D 1972
driven by Emerson Fittipaldi
DRIVERS' AND CONSTRUCTORS' WORLD CHAMPION - 1972
With its unique rear large-surfaced wing and square air intake behind the driver's head, this easy-to-identify black and gold car brought the young Emerson Fittipaldi his first World Championship title and the Constructors' title for Team Lotus in 1972.
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