The job took over a year and something like five thousand hours of work were invested in the project. The vehicle was completed and presented at a dinner that counted over 300 people, including journalists from the specialized press of the city of Rosario, entrepreneurs, technicians and fanatics of the races.
The Pagani F2 was finally a reality and seemed born under a lucky star. Finding a pilot for the new Pagani F2 was not a problem. With Augustín Beamonte, F2 champion, it was love at first sight. They signed a verbal agreement and informed the sports press.
The Pagani F2 made its debut, with number 1, in March 1979 at the Las Parejas Autodrome.