1:12 Ferrari 312T2 ’77 Ver.C : Rd.13 Dutch GP / Rd.16 Canadian GP
Brand: Model Factory Hiro
Part No: MFH K687
The Release Date is Late November 2018, if you need delivery for Xmas please order before 24th November 2018
1:12 Ferrari 312T2 ’77
Ver.C : 1977 Rd.13 Dutch GP #11 N.Lauda / #12 C.Reutemann Rd.16 Canadian GP #21 G.Villeneuve / #12 C.Reutemann
- based on the build that raced in Rd.3 South African GP in 1977, where the 312T2 under the 1977 specifications first debuted. N. Lauda finished 1st in this race. The version used in Rd.4 U.S.West GP where Lauda took 2nd place can also be built from this version.
- features a different side cowl and mirror compared to middle and late builds of the car.
About the Ferrari 312T2 ’77
The 312T was designed to replace the 312B – Ferrari’s representative F1 car between the years of 1970 till 1975. The 312T kept the same flat 12 cylinder engine as the 312B, but featured a transverse gearbox and aluminum monocoque. While it took the championship title in 1975, modifications to the car was required in the following season due to regulation changes. In order to comply with new regulations and improve aerodynamics of the car, the induction pods were scrapped in favour of large NACA ducts at the front, giving birth to the 312T2. While driver N. Lauda suffered a near fatal accident in the German GP and retired from the Japanese GP on his own accord, the car ended up winning the constructor’s title in 1976. Lauda himself, however, ended up giving away the drivers championship to J.Hunt for that season.
In 1977, alterations and improvements were made to the 312T2, giving form to a newer build of the 312T2 compared to the 1976 season. The side cowls were modified extensively during the season, and N.Lauda managed three victories to claim both drivers and constructors championship for the 312T2 ’77. N.Lauda quit the team once both titles were secured, and was replaced by G.Villeneuve for the last two races of the season.
- a full detailed, multi-material kit featuring white metal, resin, etching, metal turned parts, vacuum parts, rubber tires, silk screen decals and various cords allowing for maximum representation of the original vehicle.
- aluminum turned parts used for wheel rim, engine funnels, wheel shaft, lock nut, muffler ends and tail lamp base to achieve realistic finish.
- body cowl and nose removable, allowing full view of the detailed interior after completion.