Classic Team Lotus is pleased to announce a brand new leather holdall that celebrates the iconic Team Lotus identity of the Sixties, created by Jordan Bespoke.
Classic Team Lotus is excited to be licensing Pocher to create a 1/8th scale metal kit of the 1972 British GP winning Lotus 72. How do we go about detailing the exact raceday spec to Pocher? We have all the original design drawings, loads of photos, contact with the mechanics, five 72s at the workshop and the mechanics records for the 1972 season. Easy, we hear you say. Not!
We send you our best wishes for Christmas and 2021. We thought you would be interested to see what we have been up to, so we gathered together a selection of what has been keeping us busy. It was not what we had planned, but we have managed to be as productive as ever.
A special edition of the Lotus 72 print, back printed on acrylic; one for each Grand Prix start by the nine type 72s.
The Classic Team Lotus mechanics have been busy getting 12 cars ready to run at this weekend’s SpeedWeek event.
Emerson Fittipaldi’s most successful Lotus F1 car has been restored by Classic Team Lotus at Hethel.
Autosport has done the Lotus 72 proud, with the front cover and 26 out of 83 pages dedicated to our pride and joy.
This Sunday will be 50 years to the day when Emerson Fittipaldi won the 1970 USGP at Watkins Glen. The race result secured the posthumous World Championship of Drivers for Jochen Rindt.
The 1974 Lotus type 76 chassis number 1 has come on to the Classic Car market.
Classic Team Lotus Team Manager Chris Dinnage was pleased to run Andrew Beaumont in his type 76 for the recent Masters Grand Prix event at the re-modelled Zandvoort circuit.
Classic Team Lotus is remembering Jochen Rindt.
Lockdown was an inspiration for many to undertake projects that would not have happened otherwise.
Greg Thornton scored a brilliant victory in the Masters Historic F1 race at Brands Hatch, racing his Classic Team Lotus prepared type 91.
The Sky TV filming at Silverstone last Friday realised an uplifting tribute to Sir Stirling Moss.
Jenson Button drives Sir Stirling’s Monaco winning Lotus at the 70 Years of Formula One GP.