The Team Lotus type 62 is a Group 6 sports prototype from 1969. Designed by Martin Waide, from the outside it looks like a type 47 on steroids, while on the inside it actually is, with a space frame chassis, 220bhp and a ZF gearbox. Vroom!
Classic Team Lotus customers have had a great weekend at the Monterey Pre-Reunion at Laguna Seca.
Classic Team Lotus is back in the USA to enjoy the Californian sun for a double weekend of events at Laguna Seca.
This weekend Classic Team Lotus went down to Silverstone to take part in the Silverstone Classic three day event.
Now and again at Classic Team Lotus there is the special moment of starting Ayrton’s Estoril 1985 winning car; the type 97T chassis number 2.
Classic Team Lotus will be taking six customer cars to Silverstone this year: Lotus 18 – 912, Lotus 18 – 915, Lotus 18 – 907, Lotus 22 – 35, Lotus 22 – 796 and the Jaguar E-Type 1965.
We are proud to be partnering with both The Jim Clark Trust and The Signature Store to produce this authorised, limited edition replica in half-scale. A donation from the sale of every helmet goes directly to The Jim Clark Trust to support the Jim Clark Museum and Trail.
A successful Masters USA season opener at the historic Watkins Glen circuit.
The unique gas turbine powered F1 Lotus type 56B ran at Hethel recently, for the first time since 1971.
The Lotus 72/5 will be featuring on the television programme Three Men Four Wheels on Quest on the 1st of July 2021 at 21.00 BST.
Classic Team Lotus has been preparing 72E/5 for owner John Inglessis to test at Monza this weekend.
38/8S fired up for the first time in 50 years.
Rupert Manwaring is joining Classic Team Lotus, in the role of Business Manager. He will be working alongside Chris Dinnage and Clive Chapman.
Recently the Chapman Family was delighted to welcome 78/2 back to Hethel, after forty years away in various places (ultimately on display in the reception of the corporate HQ of Imperial Brands).