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Anatomy of a Champion

Hot Wheels 1:18 Ferrari F248 Formula 1 model Limited Edition of 7676 peices

L6234

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Ferrari 248 

Anatomy of a Champion

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 This Mattel Hot Wheels Ferrari model comes mounted on a stylish vertical base with multiple inscriptions listing the strengths of Michael Schumacher and the Ferrari F1 team during their amazing and unprecedented run of F1 world championship titles.

A leaping Michael Schumacher figure on the left side, a detailed replica of the 2006 Ferrari F248 F1 car in the middle, with a special carbon fiber decoration on one half, and a replica Ferrrai F1 engine to the right. Measures 12 inches or 30 cm in length. This is of course officially licensed Ferrari Merchandise.

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Hot Wheels 1:18 Ferrari F1 2004 & Michael Schumacher 7 time World Formula 1 champion Limited Edition of 10,000

B6220

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Michael Schumacher won the Formula 1 World championship a record 7 times in 2004. This special edition, long sold out, is done in Red Chrome on a soft leatherette base. Motorabilia has managed to secure the last few of these rare models for those Ferrari and Schumacher fans that missed out the first time! Be quick they will not last

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Hot Wheels 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Ferrari F2002 from the Michael Schumacher collection

 

54626

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The Ferrari F2002 was one of the most successful F1 cars. During the 2002 F1 season, it earned 14 wins in the 15 races run, 9 one-two finishes and 8 pole positions. The Drivers' title, Schumacher’s fifth, was in the bag as early as Magny-Cours. By Budapest, the Constructors' title was secured as well. The similarities to the F2001 were deceptive as this new car had been totally redesigned to achieve the best performance. 

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Hot Wheels 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model Ferrari F2001 from the Michael Schumacher collection

 

50202

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Ferrari F2001

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The F2001 was designed around new regulations requiring a higher-mounted front wing assembly this resulted in a distinctive 'droopsnoot' nose section and spoon-shaped front wing. The car featured the Ferrari trademark periscope exhausts and the small bargeboards. Michael Schumacher, took nine victories and his fourth world championship—scoring a then-record 123 points.

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Ferrari F1 2000

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Hot Wheels 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari F1 2000

26737

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Michael Schumacher 2000 Formula One World Champion

The Ferrari F1-2000 was designed by Rory Byrne it was a direct development of the F399 from the previous season, using the same basic gearbox but a new engine with a wider V-angle (90 degrees vs 75 degrees). This lowered the centre of gravity and improved aerodynamics, which put it on par with that year's McLaren MP4/15.

 

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  Michael Schumacher drove the F1-2000 to his third World Drivers' Title and Ferrari's first for 21 years and signified the start of the team's dominance for the next 4 years.

   Ferrari F1 2000        

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Hot Wheels 1:18 Ferrari 312T2 1976 Monaco Winner Niki Lauda

Mattel Elite 

BLY40

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The last Ferrari F1 model from Mattel and their best! This is the 1976 Ferrari 312T2 as driven to victory at the Monte Carlo Grand Prix by Niki Lauda. Authentic drivers cock pit, beautiful paint/decoration, and realistic wheels and rubber like tires

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The 312 T2 differed from the T version in that it had a slightly longer wheelbase and the periscope-style air intake was replaced with a NACA duct on either side of the cockpit to channel air to the inlet tracts. Featuring beautifully balanced engine and chassis and the usual transverse gearbox

1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Williams BMW FW27 Webber 2005

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FG9725  

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Mark Webber gave his team a boost as he rounded-up his 2005 pre-season testing by clocking the fastest time in Valencia. Webber's time was superior to former Williams driver Ralf Schumacher and Michael Schumacher's Ferrari.

 

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Driven by Mark Webber and Nick Heidlfeld in the 2005 Championship season. The BMW V10 P84/5 engine is a normally aspirated, 3 litre, 4 valve per cylinder, 90 degree aluminium unit. It took the team to 5th place in the 2005 F1 Constructors Championship

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Hot Wheels 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari Dino 246 GT Le Mans Racer

HT6258 

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Hotwheels has released a second racing variant of the Ferrari Dino 246 GT in 1:18 scale. This particular car, entered by the NART team, raced in the 1972 Le Mans 24 Hours. French duo Jean-Pierre Laffeach and Gilles Doncieux were the wheelmen, and they managed to get the car to the end of the race, coming home in 17th place overall and ninth in the GT class. Arguably, this was the pinnacle of the Dino’s brief racing career

 

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Hot Wheels 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa (Le Mans winner 1958, 1960 &1961

23913 

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The Testa Rossa, literally "red head" in English, owes its name to the valve covers of its 12-cylinder engine being painted red. As one of the most hot-blooded and successful race cars of all time, it led Ferrari to win several Sports Car World Championships and three Le Mans victories (1958 / 60 / 61), among others. There is good reason that this car is one of the best remembered classics in automotive history. With its prowess, its unique beauty and elegance, the Testa Rossa touched off a fascination that has stayed with racing enthusiasts around the world to this day. 

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Sergio Scaglietti, an exceptionally gifted automobile designer, had Formula 1 in the back of his mind when he started his work on the body design. The distinctive front styling proved to be a trademark of his design, causing instant excitement. No less breath-taking were its extremely drawn-in front fenders. They were designed to give the Testa Rossa’s front drum brakes better cooling. Soon everybody in the international racing circles started talking about the Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa "Pontoon Fender".

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Hot Wheels Elite 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari 250 GT Lusso

HL2985  

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The Ferrari 250 GT/L, with 'L' representing Lusso or Luxury, is often considered one of the most beautiful cars ever created, with it's thin pillars and  sweeping curves. There are few external adornments and even the bumper blends nicely into the Lusso's shape. The chrome grille was the typical Ferrari egg crate radiator grille and one of the few pieces of chrome on the vehicle. 

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The 250 GT/L was first shown at the 1962 Paris Auto Show where it was enthusiastically welcomed by the public. The chassis was the conventional 250 GT Ferrari setup except for a few new rear suspension features borrowed from the GTO. The Colombo designed V12 engine provided the car's power and it breathed through triple Weber carburettors. 

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Hot Wheels 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari F1 2004 Schumacher Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne)

FK-4665

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Australian Grand Prix - Albert Park - Special

Michael Schumacher and Ferrari won the Australian Grand Prix in 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2004. The legendary Ferrari F1  Type 053, V10, cylinder & block in cast aluminium.  2,997 cc, Timing Gear Pneumatic distribution, 40 valves, Magneti Marelli digital electronic fuel injection, Magneti Marelli static electronic ignition, Ferrari longitudinal gearbox, limited-slip differential. Semiautomatic sequential electronically controlled gearbox, 7 gears + reverse.

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  Carbon-fibre and honeycomb composite structure Independent suspension, push-rod activated torsion springs front and rear. Ventilated carbon-fibre disc brakes. 605 kg, 13'' wheels, front and rear.

 This Australian exclusive, Limited Edition of only 2000, it is truly one for the serious collector. 

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1:18 scale die cast model of the Ferrari F138 2013

MBCK14  

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The 2013 season was dominated by Red Bull with the only driver to challenge at anytime being Fernando Alonso in the Ferrari F138.  With 2 wins and 9 podiums accumulating 242 points

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1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari F1 2007 Riakkonen 

Special Edition

F1 World Champion 2007

 

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M0551  

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The 2007 season was a thriller right up to the chequered flag in Brazil. I tipped Raikkonen and Ferrari to win at the start of the season due to their experience, at that time I had not heard of a guy named Lewis Hamilton! Kimi and Ferrari won six Grands Prix. He drove a perfect season, made no mistakes, kept his cool and worked with Massa and the team! He is the rightful Formula 1 world champion. The car, known internally as project 658, was significantly modified when compared to the 248 F1. New front suspension, mainly in terms of aerodynamics. The shape of the side-pods and their openings were revised, based on modifications to the cooling system. The engine air intake is also substantially different. The car has a longer wheelbase and the rear is much narrower, due to the new shape of the gearbox housing.

 

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CHASSIS
Carbon-fibre and honeycomb composite structure
Ferrari longitudinal gearbox
Limited-slip differential
Semiautomatic sequential electronically
controlled gearbox - quick shift
Number of gears: 7 +Reverse
Ventilated carbon-fibre disc brakes
Independent suspension, push-rod activated
torsion springs front and rear
Weight with water, lubricant and driver: 600 kg
Wheels (front and rear): 13"
ENGINE
Type: 056
Number of cylinders: 8
Cylinder block in cast aluminium: V 90
Number of valves: 32
Pneumatic distribution
Total displacement: 2398 cm3
Weight: > 95 kg
Magneti Marelli digital electronic injection
Magneti Marelli static electronic ignition
Fuel: Shell V-Power ULG 62
Lubricant: Shell SL-0977

1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari F1 2007 Riakkonen 

F1 World Champion 2007

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FK6629  

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The 2007 season was a thriller right up to the chequered flag in Brazil. I tipped Raikkonen and Ferrari to win at the start of the season due to their experience, at that time I had not heard of a guy named Lewis Hamilton! Kimi and Ferrari won six Grands Prix. He drove a perfect season, made no mistakes, kept his cool and worked with Massa and the team! He is the rightful Formula 1 world champion. The car, known internally as project 658, was significantly modified when compared to the 248 F1. New front suspension, mainly in terms of aerodynamics. The shape of the side-pods and their openings were revised, based on modifications to the cooling system. The engine air intake is also substantially different. The car has a longer wheelbase and the rear is much narrower, due to the new shape of the gearbox housing.

 

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CHASSIS
Carbon-fibre and honeycomb composite structure
Ferrari longitudinal gearbox
Limited-slip differential
Semiautomatic sequential electronically
controlled gearbox - quick shift
Number of gears: 7 +Reverse
Ventilated carbon-fibre disc brakes
Independent suspension, push-rod activated
torsion springs front and rear
Weight with water, lubricant and driver: 600 kg
Wheels (front and rear): 13"
ENGINE
Type: 056
Number of cylinders: 8
Cylinder block in cast aluminium: V 90
Number of valves: 32
Pneumatic distribution
Total displacement: 2398 cm3
Weight: > 95 kg
Magneti Marelli digital electronic injection
Magneti Marelli static electronic ignition
Fuel: Shell V-Power ULG 62
Lubricant: Shell SL-0977

 

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Hot Wheels Ferrari Michael Schumacher 5 Car Formula 1 championship set. in 1:43 scale 

L6237

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 Michael Schumacher and Ferrari won the Formula 1 World championship a record 5 times (for Driver and Manufacture).  This set features the Championship winning car and driver for the  2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 championship years. 

Hot Wheels 1:18 scale diecast model of the Renault F1 Alonso 2006 R26 

race finish dirty version

J2986  

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Constructors Champions Limited Edition of 4322 Pcs 

As Fernando Alonso celebrates his victory in  the 2006 Formula 1 World Championship, we celebrate with a special on the Renault F1 Alonso 2006 R26 World championship car.Once again Michelin was able to provide tires that exceeded the expectations of Alonso and the entire Renault F1 Team.  

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Alonso dominated the 2006 season, not only winning the 2006 Driver Championship, but leading the way for his team to win the Team Championship for the second year as well.

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Hot Wheels 1:18 scale diecast model of the Renault F1 Alonso 2006 R26

FJ2982  

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As Fernando Alonso celebrates his victory in  the 2006 Formula 1 World Championship, we celebrate with a special on the Renault F1 Alonso 2006 R26 World championship car.

The car  Fernando Alonso drove to become the youngest double world champion.  

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Once again Michelin was able to provide tires that exceeded the expectations of Alonso and the entire Renault F1 Team. As a result, Alonso dominated the 2006 season, not only winning the 2006 Driver Championship, but leading the way for his team to win the Team Championship for the second year as well.

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Hot Wheels 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Renault F1 Alonso 2005 R25

FG9729  

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As Fernando Alonso got behind the wheel of the R25 at the beginning of the 2005 season, he faced a challenge, a rule change requiring qualifying laps and the entire race on a single set of tires. Michelin was able to provide tires that exceeded the expectations of Alonso and the entire Renault F1 Team. As a result, Alonso dominated the 2005 season, not only winning the 2005 Formula 1 Driver Championship, but leading the way for his team to win the Team Championship as well.

This is the car  Fernando Alonso drove to become the youngest world champion in 2005.  

 

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The car features a  all new 72 3 litre V10 engine, Moulded carbon fibre and aluminium honeycomb composite monocoque,  Independent suspension with pushrod activated torsion bar and damper units. Rear suspension bottom wishbone attached by 'v' winged keel mounting. Six-speed semi-automatic gearbox with one reverse gear.  Integrated chassis/engine electronics and software co- developed by Renault F1 Team and Magneti Marelli. 
Carbon discs and pads (Hitco); calipers by AP Racing. 605kg 

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Hot Wheels 1:18 Ferrari Michael Schumacher F1 All-Time Career Record

L- 6235

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Inside the luxurious black presentation box you can find:
4 different display boards made of Brushed metal with all records that Michael Schumacher made in his career. Special designed holder for the back engine cover of the F2004. Michael's Schumacher Statue dressed in Ferrari Uniform. An authentic die cast replica of M. Schumacher F2004 with a special and unique option provided from Mattel/Hotwheels to be able to open the back engine cover and see the detailed engine of the F2004. It is made with the finest materials to celebrate M. Schumacher Career Records after his first retirement from F1 Series.
Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment.

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 Limited Edition of only 3030, it is truly one for the serious collector. 

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Hot Wheels 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Williams BMW FW27 2005 Mark Webber Limited Edition

FG-9751

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Highly Detailed showing an Authentic piece of Mark Webber's Driving Suit and autographed by Mark Webber

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 This Limited Edition of only 3500, it is truly one for the serious collector. 

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Hot Wheels 1:18 scale diecast model of the Elite Ferrari 250 GTO (Le Mans 2nd & 3rd 1962 2nd 1963)

HK8727  

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Ferrari  further developed their 250 GT. They built the 250 Gran Turismo Omologato (GTO), a car named after the homologation process. Providing a base for the GTO was the 250 GT chassis, it took advantage of a much lower and shorter dry-sump engine.In the 1962 Le Mans, GTOs placed second and third overall. By the end of the first season, Jaguar, Aston Martin and Chevrolet tried to convince the governing body that the GTO was not a GT car. However, since the GTO was an 'evolution' of the largely produced 250 GT road car, it was within rules.

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Hot Wheels 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari Dino 246 GT Le Mans Racer

HT6253 

Limited edition of 5000 pieces

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Put together in just three months by a team headed by Mauro Forghieri, the 512 S mounted an all-alloy V12 of almost five litres with four valves per cylinder. The tubular spaceframe was developed from the 330 P4 and the 612 Can/Am, while the bodywork was designed by Ferrari and made from polycarbonate for light weight. The 512 S owned by Nick Mason, well-known drummer of the legendary rock band Pink Floyd, raced in 1970 with Mario Andretti, Ronnie Peterson and Arturo Merzario as drivers and appeared in the Le Mans 1971 movie with Steve McQueen in the lead role. “Performance cars, and Ferrari in particular, tend to be at the leading edge of excellence and innovation, and the 512 S is no exception,” stated Mason. Don’t miss this unequalled car produced in 1:18th scale in painstaking detail!

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Ferrari 116 MM Barchetta #22 

(1949 Le MansWinner)

 

27084#22

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 Both in the hands of the works drivers and privateers the 166 MM proved to be a very commendable racer, with a large number of class and overall victories. The most famous of these victories was scored at Le Mans in 1949, where Ferrari scored a victory the first time out. The winning car was entered by Lord Selsdon, but the later North American Ferrari importer Luigi Chinetti did most of the driving, 23 hours to be precise. The only reason Lord Selsdon took the helm of his Ferrari was to apply with the regulations. The #22 numbered car is exclusive to Motorabilia. Technically the 166 MM was very similar to the first Ferraris, and shared the tubular frame that was characteristic for all of the company's sportscars of the 1940s and 1950s. Suspension was equally straightforward with wishbones at the front and a live rear axle at the rear. 

 

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 Where the early Ferraris really excelled was in the engine compartment, where the beautifully Gioacchino Colombo designed V12 resided. In its first configuration the tiny engine just displaced 1.5 litre, but in its third incarnation had grown in size to just under two litres or 166 cc per cylinder.

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Hot Wheels Elite 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari 116 MM Barchetta (1949 Lemans Winner)

HL2989 

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 Both in the hands of the works drivers and privateers the 166 MM proved to be a very commendable racer, with a large number of class and overall victories. The most famous of these victories was scored at Le Mans in 1949, where Ferrari scored a victory the first time out. The winning car was entered by Lord Selsdon, but the later North American Ferrari importer Luigi Chinetti did most of the driving, 23 hours to be precise. The only reason Lord Selsdon took the helm of his Ferrari was to apply with the regulations.

 

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Technically the 166 MM was very similar to the first Ferraris, and shared the tubular frame that was characteristic for all of the company's sportscars of the 1940s and 1950s. Suspension was equally straightforward with wishbones at the front and a live rear axle at the rear. Where the early Ferraris really excelled was in the engine compartment, where the beautifully Gioacchino Colombo designed V12 resided. In its first configuration the tiny engine just displaced 1.5 litre, but in its third incarnation had grown in size to just under two litres or 166 cc per cylinder.

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Hot Wheels Elite 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari F40  

J2925 Hot Wheels Elite series is a higher detail version on their standard models. These have the same level of detail as Kyosho models

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