CMC M-177 Lancia D50, 1955 Monaco GP #30 Eugenio Castellotti Scale 1:18
Eugenio Castellotti, born on October 10th, 1930, was registered as an amateur driver who raced a Ferrari in 1950. He was talented enough to manage a stunning second-place podium finish in the 1952 mega-sports-event of the Mille Miglia. From 1953 onward, he raced sports cars solely and successfully. In the Carrera Panamericana of that year, he finished third, next only to Juan Manuel Fangio and Piero Taruffi. He also won the 1953 Italian Bergrennen (Hill-Climbing) Championship. It was small wonder that Gianni Lancia, a motorsports enthusiast, signed Eugenio Castellotti onto his Scuderia Lancia.
The debut of Scuderia Lancia at the Spanish GP (the last event of the 1954 racing season) and again at the Argentine GP (the opener of the 1955 new season) proved to be a disaster. None of its three team cars ever crossed the finish line, and scoring points for a championship title was just out of reach.
The successes at the two Grands Prix in Turin and Pau that came in the wake of the Argentine F1 race were much-needed consolations, but they did not actually contribute to the fulfilment of Gianni Lancia´s Formula One dream. Still, he got some satisfaction from the fact that his drivers and machines were good to match the Mercedes in Monaco. Ascari and Fangio set up an identical lap time – 1:42.1 minutes, but Fangio was the first to nail it and, therefore, gained the pole for the race. Directly behind Ascari was Stirling Moss, who was positioned at the third place and followed by Eugenio Castellotti at the fourth place.
It was an eventful race, brimming with technical problems and retirements for the Mercedes, Maserati and Gordini teams. The tumultuous atmosphere climaxed with Ascari plunging into the sea in a Lancia D50. At least this incident had nothing to do with any mechanical failure. The 1955 Monaco Grand Prix took on a nearly comic ending when everybody was astounded that Maurice Trintignant, who raced in a reliable, supercharged, but seemingly obsolete Ferrari, turned out to be the winner. He had led Eugenio Castellotti merely by 20 seconds in the 100th and final lap.
-Metal precision model hand-built from 1,598 parts
-Detachable and lockable engine hood
-Hinged adjustable screen
-Realistic replica of the V8 engine complete with pipes and cabling
-Metal exhaust pipes
-Triangular steering axle with shock absorbers, front suspension with
wishbones, transverse leaf spring, all made of metal
-Rear suspension with De-Dion-tube, transverse leaf spring, longitudinal arms and inboard dampers, all made of metal
-Radiator grille hand-made of stainless steel with metal supports
-Highly-detailed replication of the cooling system
-Highly-detailed fuel and oil circulation
-Authentically-replicated hinged fuel caps
-Authentically-replicated hinged oil-filler cap
-Upholstered leather-covered driver seat and head rest
-Perfectly-crafted wheels with stainless-steel spokes and nipples on an alloy rim
-Authentically-replicated central locking nuts with right-/left-handed threads
-Elegant finish with a brilliant paint in original color
-Special feature as accessory: Booster-Trolley with separate assist-start device
Technical Data (Original Vehicle)
-Monoposto built on a tubular frame with free-standing wheels
-2.5-litre V8 engine as a stressed member of the chassis
-Two valves per cylinder controlled by two overhead camshafts
-Dry sump oil lubrication
-Mixture preparation with four Solex PII double carburettors
-Dual ignition (two plugs per cylinder)
-Five-speed manual gearbox installed behind the driver
• Bore x stroke: 73.6 x 73.1 mm
• Displacement: 2,488 cc
• Maximum output: 260 hp at 8,000 rpm
• Top speed: Approx. 300 km/h (depending on ratio)
• Wheelbase: 2,280 mm
• Track front/rear: 1,294 / 1,330 mm
• Total length: 3,570 mm
• Total width: 1,600 mm
• Total height: 1,001 mm
• Curb weight: 620 kg
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