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.
A great image from the Jim Endruweit archive, captioned by Jim as the 'Indefatigueable Bob Dance (Lotti)'.
A fabulous model of the Lotus type 72 has been scratch-built in solid silver.
From Motorsport December 1956, showing how things were for the nascent Team Lotus, back then.
Classic Team Lotus has enjoyed having two very special Lotus road cars in the Raceshop, recently.
Whilst Tennis and Cricket reached fantastic heights of excitement, Classic Team Lotus enjoyed its own ‘Wonder Weekend’ of sport, with success at the British Grand Prix and the Sommet Des Legendes at Mont Tremblant, Canada.
Lotus steals the shows at concours events in London. June has proved to be a good month for the Lotus marque in London.
This project has been almost five years in the planning and in just six weeks there will be a fantastic new museum open to the public
Racing his Lotus type 97T in the 1985 Portuguese GP Ayrton Senna scored his first ever Grand Prix victory. Autosport magazine’s recent article ‘Ayrton Senna’s 10 greatest Formula 1 races’ selected this extraordinary performance as number 1, out of a predictably stellar Top 10.
Classic Team Lotus has been pleased to support a new initiative by the Instituto Ayrton Senna; Senna 360.
The first Lotus single seater is driven for the first time, 63 years after she was revealed at the 1956 Motor Show.
Autosport is the leading motorsport magazine, covering the World Championship since 1950. The 1,000th World Championship race inspired the editorial team to debate the age old question; which is the greatest F1 car?