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For the 1968 season, Forumla One finally allowed cars to sport primary sponsorhip and matching liveries. Team Lotus was the first to take advantage of this, changing their traditional green and yellow paint scheme to red, white and gold. The team ran the first race at South Africa with their traditional livery - a race won by Jim Clark in what would be his last F1 race before his untimely death at Hockenhiem in April. It was up to Graham Hill to hold the team together in light of the tragedy, and he did, going on to win the World Championship. Mario Andretti made his F1 debut at Watkins Glen, putting the Gold Leaf car on pole.

 

 

 

 

 

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1968 Lotus 49 - Spanish GP

Driver: Graham Hill

1968 Gold Leaf Navy Cut Decals

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Designed for use with the 1/12 scale Tamiya Lotus 49 kit and the 1/20 scale Ebbro Lotus (the green and yellow car from 1967). If you have the Lotus 49B kit you need to go to the Lotus 49B page. This sheet replicates the "Navy Cut" sponsorship used at the 1968 Spanish Grand Prix. Available in a variety of different scales. Click here for a 1/20 scale masking template.

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