Item no.: PCAR08B
Policar BRM P160 No.17 1st Monaco 1972 Jean-Pierre Beltoise.
For the 1972 season BRM switched from Yardley to Marlboro sponsorship, the first time the famous livery was seen on an F1 car. This car was driven to victory at that years Monaco Grand Prix by the French driver Jean-Pierre Beltoise and will be sought after by fans of classic F1 cars.
The BRM P160 was designed by Tony Southgate for British Racing Motors. Unlike many other British manufacturers, B.R.M. also built their own engines, in this case a 3 liters V12, which in the course of its career won four GPs overall.
In this model, Policar reproduces the car that won the 1972 Monaco GP. The exhausts of the V12 BRM are faithfully reproduced in 3D printing. Supplied with Policar’s now famous slim motor mount fitted with a 23k rpm motor.