Amalgam Announces the New Ferrari F1-75 Collection

A special limited edition celebrating Ferrari’s first 1-2 since 2019

Ferrari’s first win and 1-2 finish since the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix is cause for huge celebrations, excitement, and anticipation of a strong season for Ferrari challenging for the championship. Marking a new era for Ferrari through their 75th anniversary year, this very special race specific Limited Edition is being announced early, in response to numerous requests from Ferrari followers and Amalgam collectors. We anticipate that these editions will sell out quickly, so please do place a deposit now to reserve one of only 50 models of each driver livery. We are accepting pre-orders with a 50% deposit through our website. Delivery of the models is planned for the last quarter of 2022.

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Ferrari F1-75

The season opening race at Bahrain International Circuit was won by Charles Leclerc, giving the Ferrari their first win since Sebastian Vettel at the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix, after an epic race-long duel with Max Verstappen. The resilient Leclerc used cunning and intelligent racecraft to ensure he unswervingly held off the charging Red Bull despite being passed by the Dutchman three times in three laps. A late safety car restart saw the Monegasque driver tear off into the distance at a pace which Verstappen, now nursing a steering issue, just could not sustain. Teammate Carlos Sainz claimed second position overtaking Verstappen late on, after a demanding race in which he resisted the advances of the other Red Bull of Sergio Pérez.

Ferrari F1-75

Development has already commenced on the edition and our artisans are currently working with confidential CAD data supplied directly by Scuderia Ferrari, meticulously scaling down the data to ensure that the details are perfectly captured in miniature. Moulds will be created for the individual parts, with metal, carbon fibre and rubber used to create each piece of the intricate puzzle, while some parts will be produced by 3-D printers. Typical development times for an Amalgam Formula 1 model total over 2500 hours but, being the first of the new 2022 cars, the process may be a slighter lengthier one this time around. The model development process will only conclude once the engineers and designers at Gestione Sportiva are fully satisfied with the accuracy of the initial sample model.

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Full Size Steering Wheel

Ferrari F1-75 Full Size Steering Wheel

We can also confirm the development of a full size steering wheel replica that will join our exciting new Ferrari F1-75 collection. Each steering wheel will have working buttons, switches and paddles and will be crafted and CNC machined from carbon fibre and aluminium, utilising original CAD data that has been supplied directly by Scuderia Ferrari. The steering wheel replica will undergo strict scrutiny by Ferrari's design and engineering departments to ensure complete accuracy in weight, look and feel.

Please note the image provided above is of the Ferrari SF21 steering wheel for reference.

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