Ferrari’s Formula One entry for the 2017 season was an important one, so named because of Scuderia Ferrari’s 70th anniversary. Driven by Sebastian Vettel – who named his SF70-H ‘Gina’ – and Kimi Räikkönen, SF70-H got off to a great start in Melbourne, where it finished first and fourth in the hands of Vettel and Räikkönen respectively. Like all cars of the 2017 season, it featured wider tyres, wider front and rear wings, more complex elements in front of the side pods and a larger diffuser. It has been Ferrari’s most successful Grand Prix car in the hybrid era from 2014 onwards, achieving five wins for Vettel and second place in the Constructors’ Championship.
This is a full size collector’s replica of the Ferrari SF70-H steering wheel from the 2017 season with working buttons, switches and paddles. It has been handcrafted utilising the original CAD data supplied directly by Ferrari GES and has undergone strict scrutiny by both the design and engineering teams to ensure complete accuracy in weight, look and feel.