Maserati MC12 FIA GT1 No.1 Championship 2010 Winner 1/18 Die-Cast Vehicle

Maserati MC12 FIA GT1 No.1 Championship 2010 Winner 1/18 Die-Cast Vehicle
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Model auta pro sběratele Maserati MC12 FIA GT1 No.1 Championship 2010 Winner Bartels/Bertolini vytvořená podle předlohy originálu designerským týmem v měřítku 1:18 při věrném zachování detailu a kvality zpracování.

The Maserati MC12 is a limited production two-seater sports car produced by Italian car maker Maserati to allow a racing variant to compete in the FIA GT Championship. The car entered production in 2004, with 25 cars produced. A further 25 were produced in 2005, making a total of 50 cars available for customers, each of which was pre-sold for €600,000 ($670,541 USD).

Maserati designed and built the car on the chassis of the Enzo Ferrari, but the final car is much larger and has a lower drag coefficient. The MC12 is longer, wider and taller and has a sharper nose and smoother curves than the Enzo Ferrari, which has faster acceleration, better braking performance (shorter braking distance) and a higher top speed. The top speed of the Maserati MC12 is 330 kilometres per hour (205 mph) whereas the top speed of the Enzo Ferrari is 350 kilometres per hour (217.5 mph).

The MC12 was developed to signal Maserati s return to racing after 37 years. The road version was produced to homologate the race version. One requirement for participation in the FIA GT is the production of at least 25 road cars. Three GT1 race cars were entered into the FIA GT with great success. Maserati began racing the MC12 in the FIA GT toward the end of the 2004 season, winning the race held at the Zhuhai International Circuit. The racing MC12s were entered into the American Le Mans Series races in 2005 but exceeded the size restrictions and consequently paid weight penalties due to excess range.

The MC12 sports a 232-kilogram (511 lb), 5,998 cc (366 cu in) Enzo Ferrari-derived V12 engine, mounted at 65°. Each cylinder has four valves, lubricated via a dry sump system, and a compression ratio of 11.2:1. These combine to provide a maximum torque of 652 newton metres (481 lbf·ft) at 5500 rpm and a maximum power of 630 PS (460 kW; 620 hp) at 7500 rpm. The redline rpm is indicated at 7500—despite being safe up to 7700—whereas the Enzo has its redline at 8200 rpm.

The Maserati MC12 can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour (62 mph) in 3.8 seconds (though Motor Trend Magazine managed 3.7 seconds) and on to 200 kilometres per hour (125 mph) in 9.9 seconds. It can complete a standing (from stationary) quarter mile in 11.3 seconds with a terminal speed of 200 kilometres per hour (125 mph) or a standing kilometre in 20.1 seconds. The maximum speed of the Maserati MC12 is 330 kilometres per hour (205 mph).

Power is fed to the wheels through a rear-mounted, six-speed semi-automatic transmission. The gearbox is the same as the Enzo s transmission (tuned to different gear ratios) but renamed "Maserati Cambiocorsa". It provides a shift time of just 150 milliseconds, and is mechanical with a 215-millimetre (8.5 in) twin-plate dry clutch.

A Maserati MC12 has captured the FIA GT1 World Championship during the last round in San Luis, Argentina, 2010. Driven by Michael Bartels and Andrea Bertolini, the success of the German Vitaphone Racing Team marks the fifth Drivers title and sixth Team title for the Maserati MC12 in six seasons of racing.

It is hard to believe the mid-engine MC12 has been pounding its way around racetracks since 2004. Built around a sturdy carbon-fiber chassis (borrowed from the Ferrari Enzo supercar) the MC12 began life as a street-legal, 2-passenger sports car. The production car permitted Maserati to take the MC12 racing in the FIA championship.

The naturally-aspirated 6.0-liter V-12 engine has been detuned since its introduction, though this hasn t stopped the MC12 from continuing its winning ways. Having started its racing career with 750-bhp, current regulations now limit the MC12 to only 560-bhp, according to Maserati.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the small edition size and the great demand for this item, allocations are expected to occur.

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