BBR Ferrari SF1000 1:18 scale 1000th Grand Prix. Leclerc #16 Tuscan GP 2020 Limited Edition. Model number BBRSF1000DIE. The model features the number 16 of Leclerc and 5 of Vettal as displayed at the Ferrari Museum.
This is the celebration of 1000 Grand Prix in F1 for Scuderia Ferrari. This Tuscan GP car was painted in the darker red of the first Ferrari racing grand prix cars for this race only. A limited edition model of 350, all sold out at BBR.
773: Podiums. The first was obtained by Alberto Ascari in the1950 Monaco GP, who was second. The last podium was won by charles Leclers in the 2020 British GP, third.
84: Represents both the number of cars used by Ferrari and the number of double goals achieved. As for the cars, the first to be used was the 125 in 1950, the last is the SF1000 of 2020. For the double wins, however, the first was obtained in the 1951 Italian Grand Prix, with Alberto Ascari first and Josè Froilan Gonzalez second, the last in the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix, with Sebastian Vettel ahead of Charles Leclerc.
228: Pole positions. The first was in the 1951 British Grand Prix with Josè Froilan Gonzalez, the last was by Charles Leclerc in the 2019 Mexican Grand Prix.
254: Fastest laps. The first was in the 1952 Swiss Grand Prix with Piero Taruffi, the last in the 2019 United States Grand Prix by Charles Leclerc.
238: Wins. The first was in the 1951 British Grand Prix with Josè Froilan Gonzalez, the last in the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix with Sebastian Vettel.
Brand new model comes with black ‘starting box’ grid base, back display with figure as above and red/white/green kerbing. Also plaques detailing the model, outer box, cloth and perspex cover.