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Renault Alpine A443 n°1

ref.: 132008EVO/1M


119.99 € incl. VAT 99.99 € excl. VAT

Among 4 Alpine entered by the Renault factory in LeMans 24 Hours of 1978, A443 is lated entered.

A443 n°1 takes the second position on the starting grid. After the retirement of the Porsche car number 5 of Jacky Ickx, who joins then Barth-Wollek team on Porsche 936 n°6, The A443 number 1 even takes the lead of the race between the 7th and the 18th hour. Shortly before 10 am when engine has blocked, the team gives up while it was decided to reduce engine power to spare the car.

12 years after the first version, the new up-graded version of Alpine A443 appears with ABS injected chassis, aluminum rims and figurine. 

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Manufacturer nameRenault Alpine

Manufacturer modelA443

BrandLE MANS miniatures


Race24 Heures du Mans


DriverJean-Pierre Jabouille & Patrick Depailler


BodyPolyurethan resin

ChassisInjected ABS

EngineIn-line (ref. GO23-bz ou GO24-al)

Rims4 aluminum rims

Weight99 g

Driven byJean-Pierre Jabouille

TyresRubber 30 ShoreA


Datasheet Renault Alpine A443 n°1 - LeMans 24 Hours 1978

Documentation Renault Alpine A443 n°1 - LeMans 24 Hours 1978

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LeMans 24 Hours became in 1978 the first priority for the Régie Renault. They knew they would not be given the means to triumph in F1 until Le Mans had been won. The whole year from the autumn 1977 consisted in making the engine reliable and making the victory possible thanks to the many improvements of little details.

Several testing periods were organized to reproduce the race conditions, especially endurance and the stresses imposed by the Les Hunaudières straight.  Air intakes appeared on the rear wing mountings aimed at cooling the brakes.  The reliability of the engine was improved thanks to over 30 modifications including the pistons, distribution and turbo, which improved the flexibility of the engine despite an unchanged power output. Finally on the occasion of the last test in April 1978, the famous Plexiglas cockpit "bubble" was validated. It provided the advantages of a closed car, decreasing drag and increasing the top speed as much as 5 mph on the straights. Some brushes on the underbody intended to generate a ground effect are added.

The car is driven by the young Didier Pironi, whose victory is the first of a beautiful career, and Jean-Pierre Jaussaud, whose victory is the cherry on the cake of a beautiful career.

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