This car was shorter between axles than the preceding versions. It featured the powerful and reliable engine with 12 cylinders in V, and this time it incorporated a new gear box with 5 gears supportive with the rear De Dion axle to improve the weight distribution; everything with disc brakes, instead of drums, and with telescopic shocks replacing the ones with hand lever, already obsolete. All these ingredients made of this Testa Rossa the most well-balanced of all the front engine Ferraris.
Four victories in Le Mans 1958, 1960, 1961 and 1962 are track records enough to reproduce it.
Olivier Gendebien, marvellous Belgian pilot, and his compatriot Paul Frere, very fast journalist-driver, took it to victory in 1960, being that one the model that Slot Classic brings you this time.
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