This F1 paper car toy is a 1962 version BRM P57, the paper model is designed by Ichiyama. The BRM P57, as B.R.M. P57 refers, was a F1 racing car, built and used by the 1962 and 1963 British Formula 1 team British Racing Motors. With the P57 won B.R.M. In 1962, the Constructors "World Championship and Graham Hill the drivers" title.
The P57 was created in 1962 under great time pressure. Team owner Sir Alfred Owen presented the team with the choice either to build a car capable of winning, or the goal to have in Formula 1 success, one to give up once and for all. The car was very successful and B.R.M. won both world championships. The car had. A tube frame with double wishbones and damper struts on all four wheels The engine was a V8-injection engine of the B.R.M. has been completely redesigned. 1963 for the first time, a 6-speed gearbox came to use.
The P57 was of B.R.M. until the spring of 1963 used and then replaced by the 61st At the Monaco Grand Prix In 1963 Hill with the manoeuvrable cars still win the first of his five victories in the Principality. As a result the P57 were sold to private teams. Maurice Trintignant and earned a Scuderia Centro Sud continued her P57 until the mid-1960s in Formula One.
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