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Are you a passionate collector of WRC metal toy models? Or do you just want to please your son or acquaintances? Metal models of Bburago cars are made for this purpose!
Metal model car Bburago 18-41051 Ford Fiesta WRC from season 2017 in 1:32 scale is supplied in a transparent box.
Collectible models of Bburago cars are among the most popular on the market, not only because of the nice workmanship, but also at a reasonable price. The body of the models is made of cast metal, which is combined with plastic parts. The model contains a large amount of details and will get you a unique detailed design.
The European Rally Championship was held for the first time in 1953 and was one of the most prestigious rally championships the following year. However, with the introduction of the World Rally Championship for teams in 1973 and especially for riders, the importance of the European Rally Championship began to decline since 1979.
The first improvement was realized only for the 2004 season, when the calendar was reduced to 20 competitions, other competitions were transferred to the European Rally Cups. The European Rally Championship now features around 10 to 13 competitions and thus has a clearer structure.
The 2013 season is set to become the next generation of the European Rally Championship, the French operator of Eurosport has become the founder of the European Rally Championship after the ERC has merged with the IRC.
The Fiesta WRC was successful from his debut, winning the 2017 Monte Carlo Rally, the first round it awarded. In the first season the car took five victories, two for Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia, two for Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja and one for Elfyn Evans and Daniel Barritt. Ogier and Ingrassia also won the World Championship for drivers and passengers, their fifth titles. M-Sport won the World Cup Manufacturers, the first title since 2007. < / p>
The Bburago Classic range offers detailed pad printing, detailed interior details of the model (eg dashboard). The models are packed in a plastic box on a plastic pedestal for collectors.