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Formula One Race Cars For Sale

We are uniquely positioned to bring retired F1® cars and show cars to market. Browse our online collection of formula one cars for sale below.

  • Race ready F1 cars
  • Official show cars and rolling chassis in direct partnership with teams
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  • 100+ years of combined experience in F1
  • Additional services including storage, paint, secure delivery and more

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Official McLaren MP4-14 1999 Show Car - Mika Hakkinen Championship Winning Livery

We are proud to present this incredible McLaren MP4-14 to F1 Authentics! Featuring 1999 chassis as well as an excellent 1999 livery, as seen on Finnish driver Mika Hakkinen’s Championship-winning race car, this show car is a work of art.

This show car celebrates some of McLaren’s most successful years in F1. The 1999 FIA Formula One World Championship was a winning year for Mika Hakkinen and an overall success for the team who came runners up in the Constructors’ Championship.

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Official McLaren MP4-12 1997 Show Car - Mika Hakkinen Livery

F1 Authentics is proud to present this excellent F1 Show Car – the MP4-12 McLaren, featuring 1997 FIA Formula One World Championship chassis and liveries.

These liveries were seen and used on Mika Hakkinen’s McLaren during the 1997 season. It was a successful season for the team who collectively picked up 63 points, leading them to finish fourth in the Constructors’ Championship that year. For Hakkinen, it was equally as successful, with the Finn finishing sixth place in the Driver Standings.

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1999 Ferrari F399 Livery Formula 1 Car 

F1 Authentics is proud to present this incredible show car, depicting the Ferrari F399 which was seen driven during the 1999 FIA Formula One World Championship.

The first race the F399 was seen at was the Australian Grand prix in 1999. The 1999 driver line up for the car included Michael Schumacher (who was temporarily replaced by Mika Salo for six races) and Eddie Irvine.

The F399 was a reliable race car and despite the McLaren MP4-14 being more competitive, the F399 managed to conquer the Constructors’ Championship, a title that Ferrari had not clinched since 1983.

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Official BWT (SportPesa) Racing Point F1 Team 2019 Show Car

F1 Authentics is pleased to present this exceptional show car, depicting the RP19 BWT Racing Point F1 Team race car (then SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team) driven during the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship.

The driver line up in 2019 included Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll. This show car resembles the liveries on Sergio Perez's car from 2019. Sergio picked up 52 career points that season, finishing in tenth place in the Drivers' Championship, meanwhile Lance picked up 21 and finished in 15th place.

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Official Benetton 1998 Running Race Car - B198

F1 Authentics is proud to present this wonderful fully running Benetton B198 race car. Used during the 1998 FIA Formula One World Championship, the team consisted of Alexander Wrz and Giancarlo Fisichella.

Benetton finished the season in fifth place in the Constructors' Championship in 1998, collecting 33 points overall.

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Official Benetton B190B 1991 Show Car

F1 Authentics is pleased to showcase this fantastic Show Car recreating the B190B raced by Benetton during the start of the 1991 FIA Formula One World Championship.

The B190B was a remodeled version of its predecessor, the B190, which drove during the 1990 season, and was a revised model which raced for the first two races of the 1991 season. It was then replaced by the B191 for the San Marino Grand Prix. The Benetton B190B was driven by Nelson Piquet.

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Official McLaren MP4-20 Show Car

Introducing the McLaren MP4-20 to F1 Authentics! Featuring a 2005 chassis as well as excellent 2005 livery, this show car is a work of art.

This show car celebrates some of McLaren’s most successful years in F1. With the team finishing the Championship in second place with 182 points collected, it was a memorable season.

The team was made up of drivers Kimi Raikkonen, Juan Pablo Montoya, as well as drives from Alexander Wurz and Pedro de la Rosa.

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Official McLaren MP4-10 1995 Show Car - Mika Hakkinen Livery

F1 Authentics presents this fantastic Show Car – a McLaren MP4-10 featuring 1995 Mika Hakkinen liveries.

These liveries were seen and used on Mika Hakkinen’s McLaren during the 1995 FIA Formula One World Championship. This Show Car features a chassis from the same year and has been branded to reflect the McLaren race cars.

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Official McLaren MP4-22 2007 Show Car

F1 Authentics presents this fantastic show car, depicting the McLaren MP4-22, which was driven during the 2007 FIA Formula One World Championship.

The 2007 driver line-up for McLaren features Lewis Hamilton (his rookie season in Formula 1) and Fernando Alonso. The pair finished in second and third position in the Championship, respectively (however they drew on 109 points).

This show car replicates the McLaren MP4-22 liveries and designs as well as uses similar materials to the real race car. It features Lewis Hamilton 2007 liveries, which includes his race number and name.

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Official Lotus F1 Team 99T 1987 Show Car - Ayrton Senna Livery

F1 Authentics is proud to present this fantastic Show Car – a Lotus 99T chassis donning Ayrton Senna’s Lotus liveries from the 1987 FIA Formula One World Championship.

The chassis and liveries of this Show Car have been manufactured to recreate Ayrton Senna’s race car from the 1987 season, in which he drove for Lotus F1 Team.

It was a good year for Lotus, who claimed third place in the Constructors’ Championship with 64 points altogether. Senna, meanwhile, clinched third in the Drivers’ Championship claiming 57 of the team’s points that year.

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Official McLaren MP4-24 2009 Show Car

F1 Authentics is proud to present to you this exquisite show car, depicting the McLaren MP4-24 which raced during the 2009 FIA Formula One World Championship.

The driver line up for McLaren in 2009 consisted of Lewis Hamilton, who had previously won the World Championship with the team in 2008, and Heikki Kovalainen.

It was a good year for McLaren and the drivers, with Lewis finishing the season in fifth place in the Drivers’ Championship, and Heikki finishing in 12th. This resulted in the team coming third in the Constructor’s battle.

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Official McLaren MP4-26 Show Car Featuring 2015 Livery

F1 Authentics is pleased to present this excellent show car, with an MP4-26 chassis as the 2015 FIA Formula One World Championship McLaren livery.

This show car has been decorated in the McLaren liveries and sponsorship as seen on the 2015 race car, driven by Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso. The drivers each finished in 16th and 17th place in the Driver Standings, after a challenging season.

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Official 2006 McLaren MP4-21 Show Car

The MP4-21 chassis was built for the 2006 FIA Formula One World Championship in which the team picked up third place in the Constructors’ Championship with drivers Kimi Raikkönen, Juan Pablo Montoya and Pedro de la Rosa.

This spectacular car, however, has been decorated with the 2008 FIA Formula One World Championship livery. A championship-winning season, it was Lewis Hamilton who claimed the title for the team in 2008 – their first championship for nine seasons and their latest accolade to date.

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Official Ferrari F138 2013 Show Car - Fernando Alonso Livery

F1 Authentics is pleased to showcase this excellent Show Car – a Ferrari F138 donning liveries as seen on Fernando Alonso’s race car from the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship.

These liveries reflect those seen on Fernando Alonso’s race car from the 2013 season, and also feature sponsorship branding promoted during the year.

Finishing third in the Constructors’ Championship, Ferrari claimed an impressive 354 points, with Fernando Alonso finishing runner up in the Drivers’ Championship with 242 points.

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Official McLaren MP4-26 2011 Show Car

F1 Authentics is pleased to present this excellent show car, depicting the McLaren MP4-26 race car which drove during the 2011 FIA Formula One World Championship.

McLaren’s driver line-up in 2011 includes Brits, Jenson Button, and Lewis Hamilton, two World Champions, who finished the season in second and fifth place respectively. The team finished in second place in the Constructors’ Championship too, picking up an impressive 497 points overall.

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Official Renault F1® Team RS18 - Ex-race Car Build

F1 Authentics is proud to present this exceptionally rare Renault ex-race car, for sale.

Obtained through a close partnership with Renault F1® Team, we are pleased to offer this one-of-a-kind Renault R.S.16 decorated in R.S.18 F1 car livery with a cutaway section revealing the interior of the car.

As the first modern-era hybrid F1® car to be brought to the market, this fantastic car was designed and built by the Renault F1® Team and is made almost entirely from original race parts. The car comes with the engine (internals removed) and chassis, as well as an excellent history.

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Official Renault F1 Team 2019 R.S.19 Ex-Race Car Build

F1 Authentics is proud to present this exceptionally rare Renault ex-race car, for sale.

Obtained through a close partnership with Renault F1® Team, we are pleased to offer this one-of-a-kind Renault R.S.16 decorated in R.S.19 F1 car livery with a cutaway section revealing the interior of the car.

As the first modern-era hybrid F1® car to be brought to the market, this fantastic car was designed and built by the Renault F1® Team and is made almost entirely from original race parts. The car comes with the engine (internals removed) and chassis, as well as an excellent history.

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