This is a scale model kit to be assembled by an adult; it includes all the parts as indicated, but it does not include glue or paints.
Fernando Alonso managed to finish in second position in the 2011 Japanese GP in the race in which Sebastian was proclaimed world champion for the second time. Fujimi re-edit for a limited time
the scale kit of this version of the Ferrari 150 Italia, with an exploded view of the engine and especially of the complicated aerodynamic elements
that this generation of single-seaters had, with multiple planes and other small wings.
Additional details for the Ferrari 150 Italia
model car kit:
The Ferrari 150 Italia was presented to the public at the Ferrari headquarters in Maranello (Italy) on January 28, 2011, just one year after its predecessor, the Ferrari F10. The name of the car, the F150th Italia, was chosen to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Italian unification.
At first, the car that Ferrari would compete with during the 2011 season would be called the F150, but because of that name, Ford Motor Company filed a complaint with the Detroit District Court alleging that Ferrari had misappropriated the F-150 trademark by calling his race car F150. Ford asked the court to bar Ferrari from using the name, and demanded unspecified damages, which would include $100,000 under US law. Ferrari, which had already concluded the winter tests in Valencia with the F150, responded during the first day of testing in Jerez by changing the name of the car, which from now on will be called "F150th Italia", in order to avoid further legal problems.
At first glance, the car resembled the Ferrari F10, but it had new features: the nose was much higher, the air intakes had been reduced, the shark fin was removed, the engine was placed much higher and the rear was also had reduced. It should be remembered that that year the cars had KERS and the double diffuser and the F-duct disappeared.
That same afternoon, Fernando Alonso, and later, Felipe Massa took a few laps at the Fiorano Circuit in Italy to shoot some commercials and test their sensations behind the wheel of the new single-seater.
This item is not suitable for children under 18 years old. SpotModel recommend this item for advanced modellers and professionals with high experience on building cars and bikes. Read carefully all instructions.