Brumm Ferrari 126 CK Turbo GP Canada •

Brumm Ferrari 126 CK Turbo GP Canada

Brumm is issuing three models of the Ferrari 126 CK Turbo as it raced and crashed and the 1981 GP of Canada.  These unique pieces will show the front wing in its various stage of decay.  Each will set you back about 27 Euro.

About the race… “At round 54, Villeneuve’s front wing finally turned backwards. After three laps in which the rider of the prancing horse led virtually without visual, the wing was completely detached, Villeneuve said it was excellent driving and managed to arrive third, favoured by the fact that, when the two regulatory hours were reached, the race was declared concluded with the victory of Jacques Laffite.”

Product# R436-CH / R437-CH / R438-CH

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4 Responses to "Brumm Ferrari 126 CK Turbo GP Canada"

  1. spikyone says:

    Bit pointless making a race-damaged replica with no other weathering. Everything else on these is super-shiny, they just look a bit rubbish.

  2. Evan says:

    It was raining in the race… actually, pouring… and left the car pretty much shiny…

    And to call them rubbish cause they look clean, is rather pointlessly naive considering their price versus the market.

    • spikyone says:

      Cars get filthy running in the rain. Oil and dirt get lifted from the tarmac and sprayed all over a car.

      Why shouldn’t we call them out as being rubbish just because they’re cheap? That’s not naive. Brumm have decided to make a race-damaged car that doesn’t look like it’s actually been raced. It’s rubbish because it’s a half-assed job.

  3. Stephane Demers says:

    The idea is good tho, this race is still in memories and Gille is a legend of determination, always driving at the limit.

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