Additions to Panini F1 Collection

 

  • LIST UPDATED 14 March 2018

Panini has revealed another batch of F1 cars that make up their F1 Model Car Collection. This takes the list to 43 46 59 of the planned 60.

The models, made of diecast with plastic parts and rubber tyres, are low quality in comparison with Minichamps and Spark, but at only a fraction of the cost, they represent decent value.

  • In September 2016 I did a review of Issue 1 (McLaren MP4/4, Ayrton Senna) when it was released in Australia. Read the review (with video) HERE.

 

  • Issue 1: McLaren MP 4/4 Ayrton Senna (1988)
  • Issue 2: Ferrari 312 T2 Niki Lauda (1977)
  • Issue 3: Mercedes F1 W05 Lewis Hamilton (2014)
  • Issue 4: Williams FW 14B Nigel Mansell (1992)
  • Issue 5: Lotus 72 D Emerson Fittipaldi (1972)
  • Issue 6:  Ferrari F2002 Michael Schumacher (2002)
  • Issue 7: Brawn GP 01 Jenson Button (2009)
  • Issue 8:  Toleman TG 184  Ayrton Senna (1984)
  • Issue 9: Renault R25 Fernando Alonso (2005)
  • Issue 10: Red Bull RB9 Sebastian Vettel (2013)
  • Issue 11: Tyrrell 006 Jackie Stewart (1973)
  • Issue 12: McLaren MP4/23 Lewis Hamilton (2008)
  • Issue 13: Jordan 191 Michael Schumacher (1991)
  • Issue 14: Brabham BT49 Nelson Piquet (1981)
  • Issue 15: Lotus 25 Jim Clark (1963)
  • Issue 16: March 751 Vittorio Brambilla (1975)
  • Issue 17: Ferrari F2007 Kimi Raikkonen (2007)
  • Issue 18: McLaren M23 James Hunt (1976)
  • Issue 19: Williams FW15C Alain Prost (1993)
  • Issue 20: Brabham BT44B Carlos Pace (1975)
  • Issue 21: Mercedes W196S Juan Manuel Fangio (1955)
  • Issue 22: Benetton B194 Michael Schumacher (1994)
  • Issue 23: BRM P153 Pedro Rodriguez (1970)
  • Issue 24: McLaren MP4/8 Ayrton Senna (1993)
  • Issue 25: Ferrari 312B3 Clay Regazzoni (1975)
  • Issue 26: Williams FW19 Jacques Villeneuve (1997)
  • Issue 27: Sauber C23 Felipe Massa (2004)
  • Issue 28: Lotus 79 Mario Andretti (1977)
  • Issue 29: Mclaren MP4/14 Mika Hakkinen (1999)
  • Issue 30: Brabham BT52 Nelson Piquet (1983)
  • Issue 31: Toro Rosso STR3 Sebastian Vettel (2008)
  • Issue 32: Renault RS10 Jean Pierre Jabouille (1979)
  • Issue 33: Ferrari F399 Mika Salo (1999)
  • Issue 34: Lotus 97T Ayrton Senna(1985)
  • Issue 35: Alfa Romeo 177 Bruno Giacomelli (1979)
  • Issue 36: Ferrari F2004 Rubens Barrichello (2004)
  • Issue 37: Ligier JS11 Jacques Lafitte (1979)
  • Issue 38: Hesketh 308B James Hunt (1975)
  • Issue 39: Ferrari 375 Indy Alberto Ascari (1952)
  • Issue 40: BRM P160B Jean Pierre Beltoise (1972)
  • Issue 41: March 711 Ronnie Peterson (1971)
  • Issue 42: Ferrari SF15-T Sebastian Vettel (2015)
  • Issue 43: Honda RA300 John Surtees (1967)
  • Issue 44: McLaren MP4/2B Alain Prost (1985)
  • Issue 45: BMW Sauber F1.08 Robert Kubica (2008)
  • Issue 46: Ferrari 512-F1 Lorenzo Bandini (1964)
  • Issue 47: Tyrrell o11 Michele Alboreto (1982)
  • Issue 48: Ferrari 312 T2 Gilles Villeneuve (1977)
  • Issue 49: Williams FW16 Damon Hill (1994)
  • Issue 50: Honda RA106 Jenson Button (2006)
  • Issue 51: Lotus 49B Graham Hill (1968)
  • Issue 52: Penske PC4 John Watson (1976)
  • Issue 53: Williams FW11B Ricardo Patrese (1987)
  • Issue 54: Red Bull RB12 Max Verstappen (2016)
  • Issue 55: Ferrari 246 F1 Mike Hawthorn (1958)
  • Issue 56: Brabham BT24 Denny Hulme (1967)
  • Issue 57: Arrows A1 Ricardo Patrese (1979)
  • Issue 58: Williams FW07B Alan Jones (1980)
  • Issue 59: Jordan 199 Heinz-Harald Frentzen (1999)
  • Issue 60: …
  • ‘Gift’: Brabham BT46 Niki Lauda (1978) Fan Car
  • ‘Gift’: Ferrari F2001 Michael Schumacher (Italian GP)
  • ‘Gift’: Tyrrell P34 Jody Scheckter (1976)

Seems the order of release can be different from one country to the next, so use this as a guide only.






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