Ford GT Race Car “Nº 66”
Cool retro paintwork
Before the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2019, Ford presented a unique series of "Celebration Liveries" for the Ford Chip Ganassi Racing Ford GTs. Each of the four Ford GTs has a livery that reflects the success of the manufacturer in La Sarthe, France celebrates both today and in the 1960s. The number 66 Ford GT was painted black and white like the GT40 in which Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon won the French endurance race in 1966. In 2019, the retro-painted Ford was painted by the trio of drivers Stefan Mücke, Olivier Pla and Billy Johnson finished 25th.
Endurance is also required on the Carrera racetrack
The slot car in black design is now arriving on the Carrera racetrack at a scale of 1:24, where it becomes an absolute eye-catcher. The retro vehicle Ford GT Race Car "No.66" is equipped with front light and rear / brake light and impresses with its faithful processing. The Carrera Auto can be individually coded, controlled digitally, but can also be used in analog mode. The cool retro paintwork causes a sensation on the Carrera race track and invites you to a duel on the long distance. Let's see who wins the local GT battle!
Valid for both analog and digital circuits. Car on 1:24 scale