Ferrari 126C2 Grand Prix Long Beach 1982
The car that replaced the 312T, it was awkward when introduced in 1981, before Harvey Postlethwaite completely overhauled the car for the 1982 season. The turbo engine was further developed and reliability found, while the chassis was completely redesigned.
Gilles Villeneuve and Didier Pironi posted record times in testing with the new car and began the season promisingly with several solid results. At the Long Beach Grand Prix, the car was fitted with an unusual configuration of two thin rear wings. With this car, Ferrari won the 1982 World's Constructor Championship (WCC).
High quality 1/18 scale resin model. Includes beautiful red leather covered base and clear acrylic cover.
Limited Edition - 120pcs:
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 13 November, 2016.