Maserati 250F Scuderia Centro Sud G.P. Italia 1957 Masten Gregory #26 – Designed for maximum formula, the 250F is among the longest-lived cars ever built. This model competed in the F1 championship from 1954 to 1960 winning the championship with Fangio in 1957 and winning 8 victories. 11 Maserati 250F participated at the G.P. Italy in 1957 among which two were entered by the Scuderia Centro Sud. The car had a tubular chassis and mounted a 6-cylinder 2490 CC engine but a 12-cylinder version was also made and a little known aerodynamic version to participate in the GP of Italy in 1955 that was run in Maranello on the high-speed ring.
The model is faithful to the original and produced for the 3rd edition of Passione Engadina.
Collection model, scale 1:43 – 300 models produced.