Original 2006 248 F1 connecting rod
The connecting rod of the 248 F1, the star of the 2006 season, lives on as an exclusive collectors’ item.
Ferrari regained its splendor in 2006 and, with 10 victories, competed up until the end against Renault. Announcing his retirement after winning at Monza, Schumacher’s era at Ferrari drew to a close that year. Over the course of 180 grand prix with Ferrari, the German driver claimed 72 victories, 58 pole positions, 53 fastest laps, 5 Drivers' titles and 6 Constructors’.
This connecting rod is part of a series that features the mechanical components from Ferrari Formula 1 engines that have achieved outstanding results. Today, they’re available as collectible pieces of art.
Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the Scuderia Ferrari Team Principal, it is displayed on an elegant base made of real carbon fiber with a special red insert and an enameled Shield, handmade in Italy by expert artisans. The connecting rod is recessed into the base and can be easily removed so that you can hold it and admire it up close.
Each connecting rod is unique, with a limited number of pieces available. Because of this, the item you purchased may not look exactly like the images.