Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale

Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale
Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale

Mercedes - AMG F1W10 EQ Power+Hamilton - 1:18 Scale

3D modelling technology

The latest modelling technology, whereby the subject is scanned on several planes to produce a highly accurate three-dimensional digital model. It allows us to faithfully replicate the subject with its smallest and most intricate details.

Print technology

We use offset lithography printing technology to consistently achieve high-quality image reproduction. The image data goes straight from our ultra-high-resolution digital files to the printing plates for a clean, precise print.

175g/m2 paper

Paper density is measured in grams per square metre. After extensive testing we have decided this density is the ideal value for our artworks.

Worldwide delivery

Wherever you are in the world, we will deliver to you. We have developed robust packaging to make sure you purchase arrives safely no matter how far it has to travel.

Limited edition of 1000

This artwork is strictly limited to 1000 examples to ensure exclusivity. Each artwork is individually numbered by hologram.

Limited edition of 911

This artwork is strictly limited to 911 examples to represent Porsche’s most famous model while ensuring exclusivity. Each artwork is individually numbered.

Handmande screen print layer

Once it has been printed using our standard offset lithography procedure, a screenprinted top layer is hand-applied by one of our highly-skilled artists. This gives the artwork a unique, handmade finish that pays homage to the artisanal expertise of the coachbuilding era.

Llimited edition of 100

This artwork is strictly limited to 100 examples to ensure exclusivity. Each artwork is individually numbered.

Limited edition of 314

This artwork is strictly limited to 314 examples to honour Fernando’s 314 Grand Prix starts while ensuring exclusivity. Each artwork is individually numbered.

  • Created by Amalgam recognized globally as makers of the finest hand-made large-scale models
  • Unique work in its attention to detail and level of accuracy, precision and excellence
  • 1:18 scale model replica (approx. 25 cm | 10 inches in length) supplied in a luxury black box with protective outer carrying sleeve
  • Model mounted on a polished black acrylic base protected by a clear acrylic dust cover
  • Model title and original branding displayed on a polished stainless-steel plaque at the front end of the base 
  • Booklet containing the certificate of authenticity along with information and collateral material about the car
  • Global shipping from Europe, delivered in special protective packaging

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Description

Mercedes AMG’s contender for the 2019 season, the W10 EQ Power+ had the unenviable task of continuing Mercedes’ supremacy in the hybrid era of Formula 1. Driven by Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas, in their seventh and third seasons with the team respectively, the W10 dominated the season, powering Mercedes to their sixth consecutive Constructors’ Championship win, becoming only the second team in Formula 1 history to achieve this. Hamilton also took his sixth Drivers’ title, establishing himself out as the second most successful F1 driver of all time, behind only Michael Schumacher. The sheer ascendancy of the W10 was preposterous, so much so that the Constructors’ Championship title was essentially decided in the first half of the season. It took until the sixth race in Monaco for a rival to stop the team from gaining a 1-2 victory, setting a record for consecutive 1-2 finishes in the process, and it wasn’t until Austria, nine races into the season, that another driver other than Hamilton or Bottas finished on the top step of the podium. Though not even the team’s most dominant season in history, the team still scored 15 victories our of a possible 21 and earned a win percentage of 71.4%.

Development of the W10 began at the end of the 2017 season and, over the course of the 2018 season, even whilst Mercedes were still in the midst of an exciting and challenging Championship fight, more engineers at Brixworth and Brackley were assigned to the project. In fact, in the chassis team, more than half of the engineers in the Design Office were working on the W10 by the summer break. By October, when the team were wrapping up the Championship, the whole factory was working flat out, designing and producing parts of the future contender.

Compared to its predecessor, the W10 changed substantially. The majority of those modifications were driven by the significant changes to the Technical Regulations for the 2019 Formula One season. In addition to dealing with the changes to the aerodynamic regulations, which were the main focus in the development of the W10, the team worked hard on the suspension and aerodynamic characteristics to deliver a car with improved handling that would be much kinder to its tyres. Even though the minimum weight limit was lifted by 10kg for 2019, weight reduction remained a real challenge. Components that were stripped to the bone in 2018 were taken, one by one, and subjected to a further round of aggressive analysis to shave further weight from them. Collectively, this added up to a handful of kilos that were invested back in the car on aerodynamics, suspension and Power Unit to bring performance.

Overall, the W10 earned 15 wins, 17 further podiums, 10 pole positions and 9 fastest laps, scoring 739 points and winning Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport both the Drivers’ and Constructors’ Championship titles.

This intricately hand-crafted 1:18 scale model of the Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power+ was created by the Amalgam Collection, in collaboration with the Memento Group. These exquisite models have been developed in workshops of Amalgam with the assistance of Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team regarding CAD data, original finishes, materials and original drawings. Part of the Memento Group official Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team collection, the Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power+ has been crafted under licence from Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Limited.


Scale guide

Amalgam Collection occupies a unique place in the history of fine car models, fashioning unrivaled examples of the world’s most iconic and luxurious cars at scale.

At Amalgam Collection, models are created at a range of scales, with the primary focus on 1:18 and 1:8 models. This scale represents the ratio between the size of a model and its full-size counterpart. Put simply, the bigger the number to the right of the colon, the smaller the model car. The 1:18 scale models are approximately 25 centimeters (10 inches) in length.

How it's done

All Amalgam models beautifully and precisely capture the entirety of the original, and are impossible to discern from a real car in photographs. To create these perfect scale replicas of modern cars, CAD design, 3D printing, and CNC machining are combined with traditional machining and hand working techniques to create the most accurate and faithfully detailed models.

With regards to classics, digital scans of the original cars and around 1000 reference photographs are used to capture the precise shape and proportions of every part of the car including the chassis, engine and drivetrain. It can take over 4000 hours to develop a 1:8 scale prototype, and each subsequent model takes between 250 and 450 hours to cast, fit, fettle, paint and build.

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