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Lotus was known for it's many revolutionary race car designs. One of the first major design innovations was the monocoque chassis the replaced the standard tube-frame design. The Lotus 25 was the first car using this new technology and it paid off handsomely: Jim Clark scored three wins in 1962, seven wins in 1963 (and won the World Championship), three more wins in 1964 and three more wins in 1965 before the car was replaced mid season (and Clark scored his second World Championship).

1963 wins: Belgium, Holland, France, Great Britain, Italy, Mexico, South Africa. Clark clinched the World Championship in Italy.

 

 

 

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We have accurate resin tires for the Tamiya 1/20 Lotus 25 - replace the kit tires with tires that look right!

1963 Lotus 25

Driver: Jim Clark

Italy


Great Britain                Germany


US/Mexico            South Africa


Monaco                   Belgium


Holland            France

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Decals to replicate the Lotus 25 as driven by Jim Clark in each of the ten races during the 1963 Formula One season, Clark's first World Championship season.

The early season races - Monaco, Belgium, Holland and France, did not have a yellow stripe on the car and thus they are not included if you order one of those races - they will be priced $1.00 less than the indicated price in the scale menu.

If you wish to paint the stripe for Great Britain, Germany, United States/Mexico, Italy or South Africa, we have provided a Masking Template here.

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