A total of only 5,000 official gold coins of the Formula 1® Grande Premio do Brasil ™ were issued in 2016 with a weight of 7.78 grams with a gold content of 99.99% in the highest quality Proof.
This collector's coin was minted in the high-quality precious metal proof and is therefore expected to be sold out soon.
The Formula 1® World Championship in São Paulo has been held in Rio de Janeiro with interruptions since 1972.
The record holders are Ayrton Senna with 6 and Alain Prost with 6 wins, with German drivers with 9 wins sharing the national record of Brazilian drivers with a total of 9 wins.
The front of the coin features the official Formula 1® logo and a Formula 1® racing car. In addition, this is framed in the lower area with the name of the Grande Premio do Brasil ™.
The reverse of the gold coin is dominated by the portrait of Queen Elisabeth II, which was completed by the famous British royal sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley for this special Formula 1® collection.
The coin is originally packaged in a protective high-quality blister of the Formula 1®, which is endowed with information about the consecutive certificate number of this issue, as well as the indication of ¼ ounce weight in 99.99% fine gold and proof.
As a Formula 1® fan or coin collector, don't miss the chance to secure a part of this beautiful collection!