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Tecno Formel 4 Ducati 250 — 1965

Renovated and fun vintage Formula 4 car in ready-to-drive and nice condition.

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"A small racing car with a lot of small-scale engineering joy of the period."

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Peter Sundfeldt
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Rebecca R Bengtsson
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"A small racing car with a lot of small-scale engineering joy of the period."


Unusual formula car from a late sixties successful Italian formula car brand, Techno. In the mid-sixties, Formula 4 equipped with motorcycle engines was intended to be a step in the borderland for drivers between go-karts and Formula 3. At the same time, Formula Ford and Formula Vee were introduced, both of which developed into large entry-level classes. The competition became too great and Formula 4 never really got hold of Sweden. The Tecno brand, on the other hand, was of great importance to the future international Swedish racing stars Ronnie Peterson and Reine Wisell, who won many races in Formula 3 with precisely the Tecno cars in the late sixties. The car comes with extensive documentation. Among other things, the importer Connys Motors ads from when it started can be seen there. Conny Holmberg, who owned the agency, is still with us today and can tell us a lot about those days, including how it happened when he, Ronnie and Reine went down to Italy to pick up the Tecno Formula 3 chassis from the factory. Both Ronnie and Reine tested the Tecno 4 cars on Swedish tracks.

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  • Mechanical condition:

    Refurbished chassis with new and refurbished parts along with a refurbished Ducati 250cc engine. The car does not fit into any historic racing class in Sweden, but can be used on private track days.

  • Interior condition:

    To the extent that an interior can be found on a spartan formula car, it is clean and tidy with a freshly dressed plastic seat and a nice original steering wheel together with a correct pedal rack. Instruments are missing in these cars.

  • Exterior condition:

    Newly painted plastic body, as well as wheels with newer tyres fitted.

  • General condition:

    Fun, unusual and uncomplicated historic formula car in a well-renovated, ready-to-drive condition.

Facts about the model

Formed as 'Tecnokart' by brothers Luciano and Gianfranco Pederzani in 1962, the Italian firm built karts at first before diversifying into larger types of open-wheel racing cars and eventually Formula 1. Tecno arrived on the international stage in 1966 as a manufacturer of Formula 3 cars, which were characterised by a short wheelbase and forward driving position. Within a couple of years the Tecno was the car to beat in Formula 3, achieving 32 victories out of 65 major international races in 1968, while in 1969 Ronnie Peterson, driving a Novamotor-engined example, won 14 races including the prestigious support race at the Monaco Grand Prix.

Tecno's first move away from karts was with a car for Formula 4. The latter was one of the many low-cost formulae dreamt up in the mid-1960s, and catered for cars powered by 250cc production motorcycle engines. Tecno's effort, the K250, usually came with a 250cc Ducati engine installed.

Location and viewing Information

Location: Älngelholm

For viewing the vehicle, contact the valuator/depot:

Peter Sundfeldt
+46 0705-38 80 22

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Collection must take place before: 2022-11-24.

NOTE! Payment (deposit to our account) must be made within 5 days and before collection.

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