Dan Collins’s Lotus type 21 and Teifion Salisbury’s type 18 will be supporting the tribute.
Recently Classic Team Lotus had the honour of welcoming Team Lotus Legends to look around the new workshop.
Classic Team Lotus customers have had a fabulous weekend at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, from start to finish.
A selection of the truly great cars in the Classic Team Lotus collection is available for display and even demonstration at special and corporate events.
Recently Classic Team Lotus was pleased to help Lotus Cars to realise a Team Lotus type 99T tribute livery.
The fabulous Magneto magazine (Autumn 2021 edition) carries an interview with the Duke of Richmond.
Classic Team Lotus is pleased to present the Lotus type 49 leather holdall. This stylish holdall was created by Jordan Bespoke in close collaboration with Clive Chapman, Managing Director of Classic Team Lotus, and son of Colin Chapman.
Classic Team Lotus was pleased to invite Andrew Beaumont to drive 77/1 at the Festival of Speed. (77/1 was invited as Festival Guest of Honour Mario Andretti had nominated his 1976 Japanese victory as his greatest ever drive.)
Philip Walker has done it again; another extraordinary sculpture, this time of his Lotus Eleven LM150. After the impressive result with the sculpture of his Lotus 16, Philip commissioned Dadey Metal Art to use the remaining materials to clad an unused spare Eleven based chassis frame.
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.