Ensign N180 Cosworth DFV Formula 1 Offered for sale the Ex Jan Lammers / Clay Regazzoni / Tiff Needel Ensign N180 complete with T Max Cosworth DVF Engine.
The N180 was Ensign's entry for the 1980 F1 season where Mo Nunn's team utilised a similar ground effect concept to the highly successful Williams FW07 design.
One of only 3 surviving...
RAM 01 -03. Built for the 1983 F1 Season by RAM racing and raced by Kenny Acheson and Jaques Villeneuve Snr during the 1983 season.
This car is complete and ready to race in the Masters Historic F1 Series.
Currently based in California in the USA, this car has also previously won the thoroughbred F1 Championship when driven by Bob Berridge....
Racetrailer.com offers for sale a Formula 1 show car. No dummy!
For sale / Te koop/ Zu verkaufen
Original Formula One car, No (cheap) dummy.
Price: € 49.950,- ex VAT
After racing the F1 car is converted in a show-car by the Renault Formula One team in Enstone the UK in 2007.
The car is offered in fantastic condition; this rolling c...
€49,950 EUR + VAT
F1 Tyre warmers SPARCO
Tyre warmers SPARCO for Formula One, set NEW with flight case.
F1 V10 Mugen-Honda MF-351 (1993/94) EMPTY
Spirit 101-1 Cosworth DVF 1984
This car was built by Spirit (Honda) for the 1984 world championship. Following the withdrawl of Honda support for 1984, the car was fitted with a DFV then later a Hart engine.The car ran with both a DFV Cosworth engine and also a Hart Turbo engine in F1 races driven by Mauro Baldi, this car is chassis no 1 of 2...
The Arrows A9 was built for the 1986 Formula One season, and powered by the turbocharged, Heini Mader-tuned inline four-cylinder Megatron BMW M12 engine, similar to the unit used by the Benetton and Brabham teams. The A9 only saw action at three races in the 1986 season, at the German and Austrian Grands Prix in the hands of Thierry Boutsen, and...
Nearly twenty-five years ago Sauber took its first steps in Formula One with the striking C12. Designed by Harvey Postlethwaite and Leo Ress, the car was driven by Karl Wendlinger and JJ Lehto, taking the team to seventh in the Constructors Championship with two highest place finishes of fourth at the San Marino and Italian Grand Prix.
To Be Auctioned
Debuted at the 1975 Spanish Grand Prix, the FW04 was the second ever model created by the fledgling Frank Williams Racing Cars Team. For 1975, the team would use a combination of Arturo Merzario, Jacques Lafitte, Ian Scheckter and Lella Lombardi for driving duties. A very limited budget (even resorting to buying second hand tyres at some Grand...
We are excited to offer this unique Wolf-Williams FW05 chassis 3 for sale.
At the end of 1975, wealthy Canadian businessman Walter Wolf bought the assets of the Hesketh racing team who had run out of money and had quit the sport. Amongst those assets was the Hesketh 308C/1 and an unbuilt spare tub, 308C/2. Wolf also bought 60% of Frank Williams...
To Be Auctioned