Ferrari 375 was designed by Aurelio Lampredi in 1950 to replace supercharged 125. After intermediate variant, 275 F1, fitted with 3.3-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine, 375 was finally developed to be powered by 4.5-litre V12. The racing debut of the 375 was in the 1950 Italian Grand Prix at Monza. This scale model by Quartzo represents Alberto Ascari’s winning car from non-championship 1950 Penya Rhin Grand Prix held at Pedralbes Circuit on 29 October 1950.
|1950||F1||Penya Rhin Grand Prix|
|Alberto Ascari||2||Scuderia Ferrari|