Scalextric Lotus-Renault GP R31 Bruno Senna Limited Edition. Fitted with a high performance 20,000rpm motor, hardened rear axles and enhanced decoration detail to the helmet. Individually numbered limited edition of 1500 models.
Scalextric Legends Team Lotus Type 49b. 1:32 scale replica model of the winning No.9 car as driven by Graham Hill at the 1968 Monaco Grand Prix. Limited Edition of 3500 with each box allocated a unique number.
Scalextric Legends Team Lotus 72 JPS. 1:32 scale replica model of the No.2 car as driven by Ronnie Peterson at the 1973 French Grand Prix. Limited Edition of 5000 with each box allocated a unique number.
The Scalextric Legends Lotus 72 No.29 Gunston 1974 as driven by Ian Scheckter. Team Gunston was a name used by Rhodesian racing driver John Love to enter his own cars in Formula One and sports car racing in South Africa between 1962 and 1975.