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Ferrari 312B2 Zandvoort 1971 Policar PCCar05a

Item number: Pccar05a

Category: Policar


55,49 €

including 16% VAT. ,

low stock

Shipping time: 2 - 3 workdays



Fahrzeug für Scalextric, Ninco, Carrera Evolution, auf Analogbahnen einsetzbar.
Fahrzeug incl. Magneten zum Betrieb auf allen gängigen 2-Leiter Autorennbahnen im Maßstab 1:32 und 1:24 in Analog
Marken-, Geschmacksmuster- und Urheberrechte werden benutzt mit der Erlaubnis des Inhabers.
Policar Fahrzeug im Maßstab 1:32! Absolut detail- und originalgetreues analoges Policar Fahrzeug, mit realistischem Beschleunigungs- und Bremsverhalten, nicht auf Digitalbahnen einsetzbar.

The Lotus 72, designed by Colin Chapman and Maurice Philippe in 1969 and refined into 1970, is one of the most important and iconic models in F1 history. It was a great technical achievement and was developed and raced until 1976. Like all the cars made by Chapman it set new standards in innovation: inboard brakes, side mounted radiators, torsion bar suspension, motor air intake positioned high beside and then above the driver's head, wedge shaped nose. The chassis featured a stressed engine, as did the Lotus 49, and the whole package was years ahead of the competition. Driven by Jochen Rindt and Emerson Fittipaldi, it helped both conquer the F1 Driver's World Championship, twice, as well as bringing home three F1 World Constructor's titles for Lotus. Official Lotus drivers for 1970 were Jochen Rindt and John Miles. Rindt quickly put his talent to good use and thanks to the Lotus 72 potential quickly won the Dutch, French, British and German GPs, before dying in a qualifying crash in Monza. He was replaced by Emerson Fittipaldi, who won the US Grand Prix thus helping Rindt win, posthumously, the World Championship. Lotus also won its fourth constructors' championship. This model reproduces the Lotus 72 in which Graham Hill raced at Oulton Park in 1970.

racing series: Le Mans
runs on which track: analogue
genre: ready to run
scale: 1/32
lights: with lights
Motor system: Side Winder
car brand: Ferrari
year of pruduction: 1967
Shipping weight: 0,30 Kg
Product weight: 0,30 Kg

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