The revolutionary Lotus 72 was unveiled at Hethel by Colin Chapman on Monday 6th April 1970.
Sir Stirling Moss was a Great Briton, who led such an extraordinary life and achieved so much. One of his outstanding achievements was winning the Monaco GP in 1960 and 1961, racing the Lotus 18 of Patron Rob Walker to defeat the more powerful Works Ferraris.
Classic Team Lotus is deeply saddened by the news that Mike Anthony has passed away, aged 91, after a period of declining health.
As the Jim Clark Motorsport Museum in Duns, Scottish Borders, opens to the public for the new season, the partners who collaborated on the project celebrate 5-Star status awarded by VisitScotland.
Lovely Team Lotus team picture unearthed, courtesy of one K.Szymanski Esquire.
The Classic Team Lotus Special Projects Department – Prop. R. Dance Esq. – has completed a very special restoration; the Austin Seven last driven by Colin Chapman in 1981, when daughter Jane was married.
Classic Team Lotus is delighted to congratulate Andrew Beaumont on last weekend’s victory in the ultimate race of the Passion for Speed series, held in South Africa, at the Killarney International Raceway.
Classic Team Lotus spent five years restoring 72/5; happily Emerson’s reunion with this special Lotus is on film.
A Lotus 33 is being modelled in solid silver.
Jim Clark’s 1967 Lotus 38 has won the Royal Automobile Club Restoration Award 2019.
Nick Fennell’s Lotus type 38 is in the final three for the RAC Historic Awards Restoration of the Year.
Classic Team Lotus is proud to have run the 1985 Portuguese GP winning Lotus type 97T/2 at last weekend’s Ayrton Senna tribute in Sao Paulo.
Jochen Rindt, the posthumous 1970 F1 World Champion with Team Lotus, was a national hero of Austria.
A special Lotus Eleven – especially for George Barber – has been restored to its period specification when it was a front cover car, back in the Fifties.
Classic Team Lotus customers made the Goodwood Revival as busy as ever, with seven cars across three races.