Grand Prix History in Scale Models

1951, Alfa Romeo, Fabbri Alfa Sport, Juan Manuel Fangio, Metro, World Champions

1951 Alfa Romeo 159 Fangio

Famous “Alfetta” was the most successful Grand Prix car in F1 in early post-war seasons and won two first Driver’s World Championship seasons in 1950-51. The 159, which was used in  1951,  was a reworked version of 158 designed back in 1937 and won 1950 championship. Juan Manuel Fangio took his first World Champion title with 159  in 1951 winning 4 Grand Prix, including Swiss, French and Spanish Championship races and non-championship Bari GP. The scale model from Fabbri Alfa Romeo Sport Collection represents car raced by Fangio in Spanish GP.

1951F1WCSpanish GP
Driver No.Entrant
Juan Manuel Fangio22Alfa Romeo SpA
Scale ManufacturerCollection
1:43Metro Model CarsFabbri Alfa Romeo Sport Collection
Cat. No.QualityRarity
No. 5

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