- Scale guide
Please note that the gallery above uses images of the SF1000 steering wheel for reference. Images of the F1-75 steering wheel will be displayed as soon as we possess them.
Ferrari’s competitor for the new era of 2022 FIA Formula 1 World Championship season, the F1-75 is Maranello’s spearhead for their mission to propel themselves back into title contention. In the hands of Monegasque racer Charles Leclerc and Spaniard Carlos Sainz, in their fourth and second seasons respectively with the team, the F1-75 will be looking to continue the Scuderia’s progress in the Constructors’ Championship during Formula 1’s longest ever season.
To build the self-labelled ‘brave’ Ferrari, the engineers at Maranello required an open mind to innovate and comply with the new 2022 technical regulations. This is demonstrated most clearly in the car’s dark red bodywork, where the rules allowed the most flexibility, with Ferrari launching the car with uniquely aggressive sidepods. There has been much work on the hybrid power unit during the 2021 season and 2022 pre-season, with a view to create a system with the utmost efficiency in the energy transformation process. Every single part of the engine has been reviewed, then replaced or optimised. The power unit’s packaging is now completely different, especially in terms of the cooling. The return of ground effect cars naturally means a lot of the changes are underneath the car, and the simplified aerodynamics on the top side of the car are quite clear.
The name of the F1-75 is a celebration of 75 years of Ferrari road cars. Though the Ferrari name precedes Formula 1 with its humble pre-war beginnings as the racing division of Alfa Romeo in the hands of Enzo Ferrari, Enzo Ferrari’s first creation, the 125 S, was built in 1947. The F1-75 is a celebration of the sport’s longest-serving and most successful team. It has been designed to win, and ultimately there is no better way to honour Ferrari’s tradition.
This fine 1:4 scale model of the Ferrari F1-75 Steering Wheel will be crafted and finished in the workshops of Amalgam Collection using detailed colour and material specifications, and original CAD data supplied directly from the drawing office of Ferrari. Furthermore, it will undergo detailed scrutiny by both engineering and design teams to ensure complete accuracy of representation.
This model is a part of the 2022 Ferrari F1-75 Collection.
In order for us to create your bespoke model, you will need to choose 4 extra options. Paint colour, interior colour, wheel style and caliper colour.
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