Jan 20, 2023 • #1:18 scale #2022 #amalgamcollection #carlos sainz #Charles Leclerc #f1 #Ferrari f1 #Ferrari F1-75 #Ferrari Formula 1 #formula 1 #modern formula 1 #new product #new release
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Here we share details of the models scheduled for 2023 and explore some important projects we’ve been developing for the last few months. With so much going on with an increasing number of significant partners, it’s a substantial and exciting launch plan!
Our collection of Formula 1 full-size steering wheel replicas expands significantly this month, as we have finished the development of our current 2022 season projects: the McLaren MCL36 and Ferrari F1-75 steering wheels. Also available are full scale replicas of the F2004, F2007 and F2008, as well as a miniature F1-75 steering wheel at 1:4 scale.
We are delighted to reveal that models of the Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B at 1:18 scale, as raced by Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez at the season-defining 2021 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, are now available to pre-order.
Ahead of this interlude, we'd like to share a progress report on the development of our current season and historic Formula 1 car models.
A prospect that is almost as exciting last weekend’s French Grand Prix, we have begun the process of completing the final batches of several F1 models and wish to alert our customers to their final opportunity to secure one of the most iconic F1 cars in recent seasons. 1:8 Scale...
The entire team here at Amalgam are delighted that Formula 1 returns this weekend, delivering the ultimate level of motorsport with a revised racing calendar and new working practices. With an exciting opening race weekend ahead, we'd like to highlight our current range of available F1 models at 1:18 scale.
We are honoured to introduce our latest race weathered project: the Ferrari F1-90 at 1:8 scale, precisely as raced by Nigel Mansell at the 1990 Mexico Grand Prix. Three pieces have just been completed in our workshops and are available for immediate sale.
We are delighted to officially unveil the Ferrari SF1000 Collection, a celebration of the 66th car built by Scuderia Ferrari to take part in the FIA Formula 1 World Championship™.