JPS Lotus Keychain

The John Player Special Lotus Formula One Team’s exploits are now inscribed in history as one of the great, golden eras in the long and storied saga of grand prix motor racing. The black and gold colouring of the original cars became so well-known that even decades later when the Lotus name was revived in…

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1979 Renault Estafette Ferrari Team Van

This beautiful 1979 Renault Estafette was bought by the production team for the upcoming Formula One film “Rush” and reworked into a flawless replica of an original Renault Estafette van, used by the Ferrari team during the reign of Niki Lauda. Before being turned into every F1 fans perfect campervan, the Estafette had been used…

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Honda F1 Gear Paperweight

When it comes to gifts for gearheads, you’ll be hard pressed to find something cooler than this – it’s a gear from the transmission of a 2006 Honda Formula One car. It’s listed as a paperweight but if we’re honest, you’re more likely to just spend hours just rolling it across your desk and making…

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Monaco, Race Of Kings – Full Documentary

With Formula One on its weeks long summer siesta it’s easy to become a little despondent waiting for it to return. I like to keep myself busy watching old races and documentaries about racing in the “good old days” and so it was with much interest that I stumbled across this film, titled ‘Monaco, Race Of Kings’.

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1965 BRM P261 Formula One Car

It isn’t everyday that we find a vintage Formula One car for sale with a heritage like thisĀ 1965 BRM P261, it’s an ex-Jackie Stewart car that was used to cement the young driver’s place in the world of Formula One as one of the most promising drivers to come along in the 1960s.

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Lotus Goes Turbo – Full Film

Lotus Goes Turbo is a 30 minute documentary covering the Lotus Formula One teams switch from naturally aspirated to turbo V6 engines in the 1983 season. It’s a fantastic little piece of history, seeing engineers designing a Formula One car on a drafting table with a pencil and slide rule is a reminder of just how brilliant these guys actually were.

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Hans Herrmann

The life of Hans Herrmann reads like the script of a film from the golden age of cinema, he was born in 1928 and is a baker by trade, in the 1950s he started racing with the Mercedes-Benz factory team where his talent quickly led to him being hired to race at some of the most iconic motor sport events of the era.

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