The Ferrari 126 C2 OW 1982 is a spearhead of notable racing car engineering. As an integral part of Scuderia Ferraris Formula One program of the time, it represented the best of Formula One engineering, with an impressive level of detail and composition. It has a bold and boxy exterior, a body thats constructed in composite material with fiberglass, Kevlar and carbon fiber pieces, and a pointed nose cone. The engine is a flat-12, naturally-aspirated, 2,999 cc monster of power, capable of producing 485 hp at 10,500 rpm and 318 lb-ft of torque at 7500rpmall that without turbo components. On the front, a double wishbone suspension with anti-roll bar, and on the rear, single-traction drive with twin wishbones provides driving feedback, agility, and control. Both the gearbox and the brakes also benefit from advanced technology, capable of taking corners lightning fast thanks to ultra-fast paddle-shifter and a Brembo brake system. The internal compartment has a minimalistic feel with aluminum components and carbon fiber pieces, excluding details such as a steering wheel, instruments, and the necessary safety instruments. The yellow livery represents Fiorano National Circuit, where Scuderia Ferrari drivers used to perform circuit tests. Opulently powerful and ambitiously conceived, the Ferrari 126 C2 OW 1982 set the pace for the many Formula One cars that followed and it became one of the most iconic and successful touring cars of the 20th century.
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