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1/20 Scale Grand Prix Collection No.55

About the WilliamsF1 BMW FW24
WilliamsF1 (formerly Williams Grand Prix Engineering) was founded in 1977 by Frank Williams and Patrick Head. After a challenge and success filled twenty-year period, the alliance with BMW in 2000 proved to be a formula for renewed and rapid success. With its characteristic aerodynamic devices and angular form the FW24 does not look so different from its predecessor, the FW23. However, the resemblance does not do justice to the extensive fine-tuning of insufficient mechanical grip and other solutions on previous weak points.

Though retaining a 90-degree bank angle of the FW23 machine's BMW P80 engine, the BMW P82 engine of the FW24 has taken power to an all-new level. The new HP livery (reflecting a change in sponsorship) was seen from the 10th GP in England, and was also marked by structural improvements in aerodynamics. This latter version featured pontoon side surfaces that dramatically converged toward the rear wing. The rear and front wings also evolved to incorporate 3D surfaces for enhanced aerodynamics.

About the model

*1/20 scale *Overall length: 228mm *Overall width: 90mm *Overall height: 54mm
*The BMW R82 engine has been replicated down to the finest details.
*Engine is to be directly mounted on monocoque frame to replicate the structure of the actual car. Kit supplied stands recreate maintenance scene.
*Brake discs and calipers come as separate parts.
*Rear cowling can be assembled in the opened or closed position to allow viewing of engine, transmission, and rear suspension.
*Seat belt accurately and precisely depicted with plastic parts.
*Metal inlet marks used to recreate back mirror and tale-light reflective lens.
*Authentically replicates Michelin racing tires. Tire markings precisely recreated via decals.
*Includes decals for car number 5 and car number 6.