The Ferrari F2002 was one of the most successful F1 cars of all time. The car was powered by Ferrari Tipo 51 V10 engine designed by Paolo Martinelli. Chassis was developed by Rory Byrne, and the whole project was managed by Ross Brawn, technical director of the team. F2002 was introduced on the third race of the season at Brazilian Grand Prix and won 14 out of 15 starts in 2002. Michael Schumacher won 11 Grand Prix, including victory at Australian Grand Prix on Ferrari F1-2001, while Rubens Barichello took 4 victories. Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro also used the F2002 in first 4 races of the 2003 season, one of which, San Marino Grand Prix, was won by Michael Schumacher. This scale model manufactured by IXO is from Fabbri / RBA / Del Prado Ferrari Collection.
|Michael Schumacher||1||Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro|
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