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Helmets & Teamwear
The ultimate collection of Formula One™ Memorabilia! Fuel your passion for fast cars, with genuine raced Formula One™ car parts - transformed for display in your home! All complete with official certificates of authenticity.
Jordan’s EJ12 was the last car powered by Honda and brought the team’s most successful period, alongside the Japanese marque, to a close.
Chassis no 1 is hereby offered to provide the new owner with a prodigious provenance; the first EJ12 to break cover and lap the home of British motor racing, Silverstone, at the hands of Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato – his first laps as a Formula One race driver before he became one of only three Japanese drivers in history to score an F1 podium.
Ayrton said in 1993 ‘If you take away Eau Rouge, you take away the reason why I do this’, which is why Paul Oz selected this particular pose. Senna as he would've been positioned when driving this most iconic section of track – left – right – up hill, accelerating hard, back end trying to kick out.
An incredibly detailed project which has taken almost 12 months to complete, Paul Oz has captured a life-size Ayrton Senna cast in bronze. Paul and his design team have used the latest technology and best in craftsmanship to create this beautiful piece.
160kg of raw bronze, cast by the most prestigious foundry in the world.
Just three life-size bronzes will be created.
Available in a limited series of just 400, just like the road car it is named after. This is the marquee of The Official Ferrari Opus.
Presented in a sleek, black carbon- fibre clamshell, adorned with the world famous Ferrari racing shield, it is the most desirable publication ever on the marque. Due to the highly restricted worldwide print run, reserve your model number now to join a very exclusive club of Enzo Opus Owners.
The German recorded an impressive 15 podium finishes in the season; including five race wins. In the first eight races of the season, Nico never finished lower than second. He went on to finish 2nd in the FIA Formula One Drivers’ World Championship™, finishing 67 points behind teammate Lewis Hamilton.
Now is your change to own a piece of Nico Hülkenberg’s Formula 1 history. This stunning Schuberth helmet was worn by Hülkenberg during the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship™.
The German recorded 11 points finishes in the season. Hülkenberg finished 7th in the FIA Formula One Drivers’ World Championship™, outscoring his teammate Carlos Sainz Jnr by 16 points. His best result saw him finish 5th on home tarmac at the 2018 FORMULA ONE EMIRATES GERMAN GRAND PRIX.
The ideal home or office product for any F1 fan – this table has been crafted out of a 2014 Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport exhaust, taken from Lewis Hamilton’s Championship winning F1 car and re-engineered into a stylish table.
Limited edition of just 14 helmets!
Purchase this full-size, official Fernando Alonso signed BELL racing helmet. A stunning limited edition replica of Fernando Alonso's 2018 racing helmet. To reflect Alonso's racing number, only 14 helmets are produced, making this series one of the most exclusive offerings in Bell’s history.
This model W196 monoposto car replicates the significant vehicle driven to victory by Stirling Moss at the 1955 British Grand Prix and is the perfect collector’s item.
The 1954 and 1955 car was also driven by Juan Manuel Fangio and won a total of nine races out of the 12 that were held during the season, including Moss’ at Aintree, which was the new British circuit. It marked Moss's first Grand Prix win.
A fine 1:8 large-scale collector’s model of the Lotus 79 from the 1978 season as raced to 1st and 2nd place by Mario Andretti and Ronnie Peterson in Zandvoort.
This model has been hand-crafted utilising our own CAD data created by scanning the original car in every detail. The resulting prototype has undergone strict scrutiny by Lotus to ensure complete accuracy.
Measures 600mm Long and features a removable engine cover.
A fine 1:8 large-scale collector’s model of the McLaren M23D as raced to P3 at the 1976 Japanese Grand Prix to secure James Hunt his Driver’s World Championship.
This model has been hand-crafted utilising Amalgam's own CAD data created by scanning the original car in every detail. The resulting prototype has undergone strict scrutiny by McLaren to ensure complete accuracy.
A fine 1:8 large-scale collector’s model of the Lotus 38 which was raced to victory by Jim Clark in the Indy 500 in May 1965.
This model has been hand-crafted utilising Amalgam's own CAD data created by scanning an original car in every detail. The resulting prototype has undergone strict scrutiny by Lotus to ensure complete accuracy.
Measures 600mm Long and feautres a removable nosecone and removable engine covers
Own this fantastic 1:8 scale model of Nigel Mansell's Ferrari F1-89 (640) as seen driven during the 1989 FIA Formula One World Championship™.
Mansell finished fourth in the Driver Standings in 1989, collecting 38 points for Ferrari. The team came third overall in the Constructor Standings. Mansell won two races during the season, in Brazil and Hungary.
Red Bull Racing fans will want to get their hands on this 1:8 scale Amalgam model of the RB15 car, driven by Pierre Gasly during the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship™.
A fine 1:8 large-scale collector’s model of the Ferrari F2004 as raced in the San Marino Gran Prix, Imola. A Formula One racing car which Ferrari is used to compete in the 2004 Formula One season. Driven by Michael Schumacher.
This model has been hand-crafted utilising the original CAD data supplied directly by Ferrari GES and has undergone strict scrutiny by both the design and engineering teams to ensure complete accuracy.
A fine 1:8 large-scale collector’s model of the McLaren MP4/4 as raced to victory at the 1988 Japanese Grand Prix to secure Ayrton Senna the Driver’s World Championship. It was Senna’s eighth win of the season, which beat the record for total wins in a single season, previously held by Jim Clark and team-mate Alain Prost who finished second in the sister car.
This model has been hand-crafted utilising Amalgam's own CAD data created by scanning the original car at the McLaren Technology Centre in every detail. The resulting prototype has undergone strict scrutiny by McLaren to ensure complete accuracy.
A fine 1:8 large-scale Amalgam Colletion collector’s model of the Ferrari F1-90 / 641/2.
The 1990 Ferrari F1-90 / 641/2 Formula One car was at the centre of one of the toughest battles in F1 history.The season saw fierce rivalry between Alain Prost at Ferrari and Ayrton Senna at McLaren. Prost had worked hard improving the reliability of the F1-90’s gearbox and also worked behind the scenes to bring the whole Ferrari team closer together.
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