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What Happens To Old Formula One Cars?

Where Do They Go When It’s All Over?

1984 Ferrari 126 C4 M2 Formule 1 Monoplace: photo courtesy of Bonham’s

Where Do They Go When It’s All Over?

At the end of a long season of Formula One racing, constructors end up with a stock of remaining parts for their cars. Wheels, tires, electronics, chassis, and other parts need to be dealt with. Some parts, like power units, go back to the makers. If Ferrari or Mercedes AMG supply motors, that…

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Douglas Pilarski

Douglas Pilarski

Douglas Pilarski is an award-winning writer & journalist.

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