Bburago New F1-75 Scuderia Ferrari 2022 •

Bburago New F1-75 Scuderia Ferrari 2022

Budget-friendly brand Bburago will shortly enter the F1 2022 season with their version of the 1:18, diecast, F1-75 Scuderia Ferrari car as hinted on their 2022 “Ferrari” edition catalogue.  The results are quite impressive for the price!

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20 Responses to "Bburago New F1-75 Scuderia Ferrari 2022"

  1. Kevin Zhang says:

    This is a three-year-old toy.

    • Aaron says:

      True, but this is more desirable than that stupid resin/stuck-wheels nonsense that Minichamps has started doing. I’m especially super disappointed that the Aston Martin AMR22 in 1/18 is done in resin

      • DS Team says:

        Curious, are there visible differences between the metal and resin? Neither offers access to internal bits and each is sealed.

        • Aaron says:

          I don’t mind any F1 and Indy race car models being sealed, but the “FIXED” Wheel-BS is a red flag to me. True, you don’t get to see the engines but as long as the wheels roll freely, that’s perfectly fine

    • Fabrizio says:

      Do you prefer to spend 250 euros for the same BBR models ?? True the quality has a price but the difference are too small for everyone…

    • Patrick says:

      Or: this is an affordable alternative for the regular Ferrari/F1 fan who doesn’t want or can’t spend a large amount of money on a highly detailed BBR or Minichamps.

  2. H.S. says:

    Doesn’t look all that bad really considering the price point. Great for a good majority of Ferrari fans as its a stunning car

  3. Giorgio262 says:

    First good looking Ferrari f1 car since 2008. Thanks to the new rules. As long as it’s going to be very cheap I might even consider buying it. Who knows perhaps a bit of panel lining and a bit of filling with red paint certain panel gaps could help improve the overall appearance.

  4. Collector says:

    Unfortunately the Bburago label on it still brings a lot of prejudice to many collectors. In my opinion this is a great model! Huge improvement from Bburago. I don’t see a reason why give 4-5 times more money for a BBR. It is not 5 times better! From 1 m distance you don’t even see any difference, proportions are spot on.

    BB, give us more Ferraris please!

  5. Evan says:

    I’ve been collecting Bburago Ferrari F1 cars since 2018. Every year they seem to do a better job over the year prior. This year I bought a Minichamps for the first time (Max Verstappen’s title winning Red Bull), and compared it to the Bburago Ferrari SF21 of Carlos Sainz that I bought. While the 2021 Ferrari was a step up for Bburago in terms of detail, it was still far behind the Minichamps Red Bull. You could see visually that the Ferrari cost $80 and the Red Bull cost $200. At least from the pictures, Bburago’s 2022 Ferrari seems to be a massive improvement, much closer to Minichamps. Assuming the pricing stays the same, it looks like a $140 model for $80; great value for money. I’ll definitely be buying it.

  6. CLEC says:

    Ohhhhh!that’s a better car than before

  7. Ben says:

    Terrible modelcar! the silver antenna is completly wrong, ventilation opening in the nose is missing, fin for the drivers name on the halo is also missing. Bburago will never be an option for me.

  8. Ben says:

    The model differs significantly from the original. IMO the models from BBR & Looksmart are much better. I’d be happy to spend a little more money for that.

  9. Bart says:

    Will there be one in the Monza livery?

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