1975 Ferrari 312T, Clay Regazzoni. Winner, 1975 Grand Prix of Italy. With driver.
When the Grand Prix of Italy started, Ferrari was on the verge of winning the Constructors championship, and Niki Lauda was just a half a point away from clinching his first world championship. What better place to finalize those two championships than Ferrari's home ground at Monza?
As expected, the Ferraris filled the first two starting positions with Lauda on the pole and Regazzoni in second spot. Regazzoni got a great start and took the lead, which he would never surrender.
Toward the end of the race, Lauda's car suffered from shock absorber failure and he was beaten for third place by Emerson Fittipaldi. At Monza, Ferrari sowed up the Constructors' championship, Lauda clinched his first world championship, and Regazzoni won the first Italian Grand Prix for Ferrari since 1970.
Albaco SKU#: exoto-97051
Prod # / ISBN: gpc97051
Brand / Manufacturer: Exoto
Description: Metal, with some plastic parts
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