About the car
For the 2021 season of the Formula 1 World Championship, the Alfa Romeo C41 is the Formula 1 single seater designed by the Swiss Sauber team and raced under the name Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen. Since 2019, the single seater is entrusted to Finland’s Kimi Raïkkönen and Italy’s Antonio Giovinazzi.
The chassis was designed by Jan Monchaux, Luca Furbatto, Lucia Conconi, Alessandro Cinelli, and Nicolas Hennel. The vehicle is equipped with a Ferrari powertrain.
Currently, the main source of power is provided by a 1600cc V6 engine, coupled to a single turbocharger. In addition, the power generated during a lap by two electric motors (MGUK and MGUH) is stored in a battery pack and is deployed via a 120kW electric motor.
About the Brand
Alfa Romeo is an Italian car manufacturer founded on 24 June 1910 in Milan and has been a member of the Stellantis Group since January 2021, after being part of the Fiat SpA Group and the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Group from 2014 to 2021.
About the Manufacturer
Minichamps – manufacturer of diecast model cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, tanks, and automotive accessories, offers a wide variety of different scaled replicas. Their models of Formula 1 are made in either 1:18 or 1:43 scale.
The Minichamps range today includes models from all the major car manufacturers around the world and from various types of motor racing and sports teams. Originally known as Paul’s Model Art (PMA) when Minichamps was founded in 1990. As an industry leader, Minichamps produced the most diverse range of models of any other model producer.