About the car
In 1975 McLaren further developed the M23, introducing a 6-speed gearbox which enabled McLaren and Fittipaldi to finish second in both the drivers, Emerson Fittipaldi, and constructors championships, behind the Ferrari 312 T of Austrian Niki Lauda.
During the 1975 season, the McLaren team tested different aerodynamic profiles on the M23, such as different snout profiles, wider bodywork in front of the rear wheels and different oil cooler arrangements.
It is made with an aluminum monocoque and possesses a V8 engine that reaches 10800 rpm. The car possesses an engine named Ford-Cosworth DFV and a displacement 2993 cm3.
About the Brand
McLaren Automotive is a British car manufacturer established in 1989 as part of the McLaren Technology Group, specialized in the design of elite and luxury sports cars. The company has built an outstanding reputation that has seen the racing team win 20 world championships and over 180 races. Since 1963, McLaren has been an innovator and pioneer in the world of Formula 1.
About the Manufacturer
Minichamps is a manufacturer of model cars, trucks, buses, motorbikes, tanks, and car accessories, offering a wide variety of replicas in different scales. Its Formula 1 models are mainly produced in 1/18 or 1/43 scale.
Currently, the Minichamps range contains models of all the great car manufacturers of the world and of numerous types of motor racing and sports teams. Initially known as Paul’s Model Art (PMA), Minichamps was established in 1990. As the leading company in the industry, Minichamps has produced the widest range of models of all other model producers.