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 McLaren M7C Jo Bonnier. It was in 1970 that Jo Bonnier drove a McLaren M7C under his own team in the US Grand Prix held at Watkins Glen. It was his first race behind the wheel of the McLaren M7C but he unfortunately had to retire from the race half way through due to a broken water pipe.
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.
Scalextric Legends Brabham BT26A-3 Jacky Ickx. Held at Montjuich Circuit, the 1969 Spanish Grand Prix. A famous race of high attrition and danger due to the rear wings of many of the drivers failing, causing several crashes. This led to the race being the end of the high wing era of Formula 1 racing.