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Williams fanatics won’t want to miss getting their hands on this framed rear wing endplate taken from the Williams F1 FW32 car driven in the 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship™ season.
Ideal for Williams and F1 fans looking to revamp their home or office, you can now get your hands on this excellent table, crafted out of a piece of Williams F1 Team’s heritage.
The perfect item for any F1 and Williams enthusiast – this Williams front wing has been re-imagined into a stylish table, ready to house in your home or office space.
This table has been created using the front wing of a wind tunnel tested Williams FW28 F1 car, which was used to develop the cars driven during the 2006 FIA Formula One World Championship™ by Mark Webber and Nico Rosberg who finished 14th and 17th in the Driver Standings respectively.
Are you a Williams fan? You’ll be the envy of others with this hand-crafted table which uses a piece of Williams’ history.
This rear wing table has been re-engineered from a wind tunnel tested Williams FW27 F1 car which was used to develop the cars driven during the 2005 FIA Formula One World Championship™ by Mark Webber and Nick Heidfeld who finished in 10th and 11th place in the Driver Standings respectively.
Illuminate the room with this sleek LED lamp created from a race-used Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport wheel nut from the 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship™ season.
This headrest was raced on the Force India VJM09 car in the 2016 FIA Formula One World Championship™ - as raced by Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez.
Add to your F1 collection with this race-used headrest from the Renault R30 car, driven by Vitaly Petrov in the 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship™ season.
The 2010 season for Renault included a driver line up of Robert Kubica and Vitaly Petrov. The team came fifth in the constructor's standings, collecting 163 points. Petrov picked up 27 points for the team, placing himself 13th in the driver's standings in his debut season in Formula 1®.
F1™ sidepods serve several key purposes; they cover and protect the radiators and fuel tank, they act as side impact absorbers, they generate downforce, and of course are a highly visible and lucrative advertising space. The iconic sidepod was part of the VF-18, as raced by Grosjean and Magnussen. An impressive piece of Haas heritage.
Own your piece of HAAS F1 Team racing history!
A true show-piece, with a functional use for your home. Each table is crafted from a toughened glass table top mounted to contemporary acrylic sides. The simple, yet stylish design places the iconic Haas livery as the focal point of the table. A small metal plaque featuring the team logo is attached to the bottom left-hand side of the acrylic.
This rear wing flap is taken from the VF-18 car; as driven by Magnussen and Grosjean in the 2018 FIA F1™ World Championship.
An official piece from the HAAS F1™ Team collection, the rear wing element has been professionally framed and mounted.
Rear wing endplates are a core structural and aerodynamic part of the car and are precision designed with slots to manage airflow, maximise downforce and increase efficiency.
This iconic endplate from the VF-18 car, was raced on the track in the 2018 season.
A unique part of the car, to display in your home or office. This chassis side is the genuine article as raced on the VF-18 by Kevin Magnussen.
Mounted on high-gloss black acrylic which is embossed with the team logo for an impressive display piece.
Own your piece of HAAS F1™ Team racing history!
This barge board is the genuine article which was used on the track during the 2018 season, when Grosjean drove along side Magnussen in
the VF-18 car.
F1™ sidepods serve several key purposes; they cover and protect the radiators and fuel tank, they act as side impact absorbers, they generate downforce, and of course are a highly visible and lucrative advertising space. The iconic sidepod was part of the VF-17, as raced by Grosjean and Magnussen. An impressive piece of HAAS heritage.
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