Lola T70 MKIIIB “Nº 99”
A speedster from the 1960s
Another eye-catcher is the Lola T70 MKIIIb "No.99" with its V8 engine in the Carrera racing team. The Lola T70 was developed in England and the USA in 1965 by the British racing car manufacturer Lola Cars. A total of only 88 of these were produced, which makes the racing car an absolute rarity. He is known from historical racing events and of course from books and films. Whether road approval would still be possible today can only be speculated about, but the officials would certainly be speechless with the 95 cm high sports car. Now you too can drive the classic red Lola T70 MKIIIb "No.99" over your home racetrack.
Unique classic car enjoyment
Screaming colors are "out" - roaring colors are "in" - the Lola T70 MKIIIb is called "No.99". The first variant was the Lola T70 Spyder. In 1966 the Lola T70 Mk II Spyder appeared, which was replaced by the Lola Mk III Spyder in 1967. John Surtees became world champion in the CanAm series on Lola in 1966, but only one race could be won against the McLaren M6A-Chevrolet in the following year. The first closed variant was the Lola Mk III Coupé, which appeared in 1967. It was replaced by the Mk IIIB Coupé, which appeared in 1969 and was only built until 1970. The slot car is equipped with front, rear and brake lights and is recommended from the age of 10. It can also be digitally controlled and individually coded. So step on the gas and drive the fastest lap on the long circuit!
Valid for both analog and digital circuits. Car on 1:24 scale