Ferrari 365 P2 “Nº 10”
The eyes of the Ferrari fans shine
The Ferrari 365 P2, developed mainly for private teams, was part of the British team of Maranello Concessionaires Ltd. in 1965. at the start to stand up to the challenger Ford in the "Battle of the 24 Hours". The 1965 regulations stated that the Ferrari's windshield had to be unnecessarily high, giving the P2 Ferrari a distinctive look. The dark red racing car with the blue stripe in the middle and the starting number 10 was driven by the Mexican professional racing driver Pedro Rodriguez on September 25, 1965 in the fifth Canadian Grand Prix at the Mosport Park racetrack in Canada, where it achieved third place on the AE10.
A feast for the eyes in red
The Ferrari 365 P2 "No.10" is equipped with taillights and brake lights and impresses with its true-to-original workmanship. The typical Ferrari red makes the vehicle a cult car on your Carrera racetrack. The Carrera car with Ferrari license can be individually coded, digitally controlled and offers real driving fun on the local racetrack.
Valid for both analog and digital circuits. Car on 1:32 scale