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Ferrari 126CK by TAMEOKITS ref TMK443 , buy it on


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Ferrari 126CK-TMK443

Ferrari 126CK by TAMEOKITS Ref TMK443 - Type: Kit - Scale: 1:43 - Product : White Metal - Driver(s): Gilles Villeneuve, Didier Pironi - GP : Canada 1981

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In the 1981 Canadian Grand Prix, Gilles Villeneuve managed to lead for three
laps without having a view. After a contact, the front wing of the number 27
Ferrari is damaged but instead of detaching from the car, it remains in an
anomalous and above all oblique position, blocking Villeneuve's vision who
manages to finish in third place anyway. On the other hand, heroes are not by
chance. For three laps and on a wet track, he mastered his Ferrari incredibly
until lap 57 when the wing, after enormous stress, came off. The view is there
now, but driving a car in the rain without wings is next to impossible. The
difficulties increase but in the end Gilles Villeneuve conquers a third place which
is worth more than a victory. The most vivid photograph of the 1981 World
Championship is that of the “Aviator” (the nickname of Gilles) who masterfully
and incredibly drives the Ferrari as only he knew how to do. We could not
forget to produce this important version and to do so we had to create a
new mold to reproduce the rain tires used in that Grand Prix.

  • Season 1981
  • GP Canada
  • Circuit Montréal
  • Driver(s) Villeneuve Gilles
  • Item White Metal
  • Scale 1:43
  • Type Kit