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Porsche 956 K 1000km Nürburgring 1984 n° 7 Ayrton Senna 1/18 Minichamps 540841807

Porsche 956 K n° 7

Newman Joest Racing

1000km Nürburgring 1984

Drivers Stefan Johansson / Henri Pescarolo / Ayrton Senna

Scale 1/18 

Manufacturer Minichamps 

Article ID 540841807

Limited edition - 1.000 pieces

  

With Ayrton Senna figurine at the wheel

Packaging in tribute to the Brazilian driver

Unique endurance race of Ayrton Senna

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Porsche 956 K 1000km Nürburgring 1984 n° 7 Ayrton Senna 1/18 Minichamps 540841807

Porsche 956 K 1000km Nürburgring 1984 n° 7 Ayrton Senna 1/18 Minichamps 540841807

Porsche 956 K n° 7

Newman Joest Racing

1000km Nürburgring 1984

Drivers Stefan Johansson / Henri Pescarolo / Ayrton Senna

Scale 1/18 

Manufacturer Minichamps 

Article ID 540841807

Limited edition - 1.000 pieces

  

With Ayrton Senna figurine at the wheel

Packaging in tribute to the Brazilian driver

Unique endurance race of Ayrton Senna

Porsche 956 K n° 7

Newman Joest Racing

1000km Nürburgring 1984

Drivers Stefan Johansson / Henri Pescarolo / Ayrton Senna

Scale 1/18 

Manufacturer Minichamps 

Article ID 540841807

Limited edition - 1.000 pieces

  

With Ayrton Senna figurine at the wheel

Packaging in tribute to the Brazilian driver

Unique endurance race of Ayrton Senna

  

In 1984, the newly-discovered Ayrton Senna made his mark on the Nürburgring circuit by winning the F1 champions race organised by Mercedes, ahead of Alain Prost and others. A few weeks later, he was about to repeat his feat at the F1 Grand Prix in Monaco, but the race was interrupted by a tremendous downpour just before overtaking Alain Prost.
Seriously impressed by Senna's potential, Reinhold Joest hired him alongside Henri Pescarolo and Stefan Johanson to drive the Porsche 956 for the 1000 km of the Nurburgring. This was to be be the first and only endurance race experience for the future F1 world champion, but it left its mark on people's minds.
"He took my car, covered 5 laps bettering my time by 3 seconds, then went on to claim it was too heavy and too slow for him," said Henri Pescarolo.
"During the race, he spent about four hours talking to us, making suggestions how to make the car faster. Senna wanted to know everything about the 956, he worked very professionally." Reinhold Joest
"What I said was he was a very focused guy, very "intense" in whatever he did." Stefan Johanson
  • Scale 1/18
  • Type Race