Classic Team Lotus


Team Lotus F1 World Champions 1963, 1965, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1978

Classic Team Lotus Works Tour

An invitation to visit the workshops of one of the greatest Formula One teams.

Classic Team Lotus is the Works historic motor sport activity in the Lotus group of companies.

The Team Lotus mechanics that supported Champions such as Ayrton Senna, Nigel Mansell, Mario Andretti, Emerson Fittipaldi, Graham Hill and Jim Clark continue to care for the World Championship winning Lotus F1 cars that won 77 Grand Prix.

Classic Team Lotus is pleased to offer the opportunity for a privileged insight of everything that went into creating the Team Lotus Legend.

This will include:
Film presentation of a slice of Team Lotus history
Tour of the Classic Team Lotus race shop
History and technical significance of cars displayed
The Team Lotus archive
Photo opportunities with an F1 car

Visitors will also be provided with a Complimentary Classic Team Lotus print presenting all of the Team Lotus single seat racing cars.

Cost: £55 per person
Tour Time: approx. 2.5 hours
Maximum 22 per tour
Refreshments available on arrival

Please Note: We reserve the right to reschedule tours with less than 10 bookings up to two weeks prior to the event. All persons booked on any such tours will be offered alternative dates or a full refund.




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Group bookings
Large Group, Corporate, Individual, and Car Club bookings:
The personal interaction during the Workshop Tour is such that the recommended group size is between 15 and 20. However, if you wish to enquire about a larger group, car club, bespoke corporate or private individual booking, please contact: with your requirements.


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