Ferrari

Ferrari  312 B2

Ferrari 312B2 as driven by Clay Regazzoni in the 1972 Argentine GP.


Model Shown is a Scalextric Ferrari 312B2

Ferrari 312 B2 as driven by Jackie Ickx in the 1972 German GP (Which he won)


Model Shown is a Scalextric Ferrari 312B2

Ferrari  312T

MRRC version of the Ferrari 312T.  This is an odd model and more likely a replica of the 312B3.

This set is a copy of the original decal set that came with the car






Ferrari 312T as driven by Nikki Lauda and Clay Regazzoni  in the 1975 GP season.


Model Shown is a Scalextric Ferrari 312T






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Ferrari 312T MRRC

Ferrari 312 T3

Ferrari 312T3 as driven by Gilles Villeneuve during the 1978 GP Season, where he won in Canada.


This livery also available for Carlos Reutemann


Model shown is a Scalextric Ferrari 312 T3

Ferrari T6

Ferrari 312T6 as tested by Nikki Lauda in 1977.


This is a custom set of decals designed upon a modified Ferrari 312T. Whilst not strictly accurate it does represent the car quite well.














Ferrari 156/85

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For the 1985 season Ferrari used the 156/85 which replaced the 126C4. It proved quite good to begin with, but proved increasingly fragile as the season wore on. Driven by Michele Alboreto and Stephan Johansson, the team finished 2nd over all with a number of 1st and second places between them.


The model shown is modified Scalextric Lotus 99T although being 1/32scale these will also fit the NSR 86/89 range of cars as well

Ferrari F1/86

Ferrari 186 (6)
Ferrari 186 (3)
Ferrari 186 (2)

The F1/86 was designed for the 1986 season.

It was driven by Italian Michele Alboreto and Swede Stefan Johansson. The car was very uncompetitive, despite the engine being regarded as one of the strongest on the grid


Designed to fit the NSR 86/89 range of cars

Ferrari 643

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Ferrari-643(4)

Designed for the 1991 season it was driven by Alain Prost and Jean Alesi.

Set available for both drivers


Fits Scaleauto F1



Ferrari F93a

Ferrari F93a (4)
Ferrari F93a (1)
Ferrari F93a (2)

TheFerrari F93A was theFormula One racing car with which Scuderia Ferrari competed in the 1993 Formula One World Championship. Designed by Jean-Claude Migeot, the car carried the team's own 745 bhp V12 engine and ran on Goodyear tyres


Designed to fit the Scaleauto F1

Ferrari 412T2

Ferrari 412T2(2)
Ferrari 412T2(3)
Ferrari 412T2(4)

Designed for the 1995 season it was driven by Jean Alesi and Gerhard berger. This car came home third in the constructors championship

Set available for both drivers


Fits Scaleauto F1



Ferrari SF1000

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Used in 2020 and driven by Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel, the car was seriously underpowered and did not perform very well. Saying that Charles did get some noteable finishes including a 2nd in Austria and a 3rd in Britain. Seb also got a 3rd place in Turkey.


This decal set is 1/32 scale and is designed for the Policar range of generic F1 cars.

Ferrari SF21

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This car used in 2021, is basically an iteration of the 2020 car. it has proved to be far better than its predecssor however and does not appear to be underpowered any longer. The driver lineup for this year altered, with Carlos Sainz oming in to replace Sebastian Vettel.


This decal set is 1/32 scale and is designed for the Policar range of generic F1 cars.

Ferrari F1-75 (2022)

Ferrari F1-75 (3)
Ferrari F1-75 (5)
Ferrari F1-75 (2)

Driven by Charles LeClerc and Carlos Sainz, the F1-75 is looking very strong for the 2022 season


This decal set is 1/32 scale and is designed for the Policar range of generic F1 cars.








Paint used is Hycote Rover Flame Red and matt black