We are proud to present the unique opportunity to purchase Ayrton Senna’s first F1 car, a car that allowed him to score his first World Championship points.
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Racing History of TG183B 05.
The Chassis no.5 made its debut at the hands of Ayrton Senna in his very first F1 race – The Grand Premio do Brazil in Rio De Janeiro 25 March 1984, qualifying 17th overall then became the first retirement, suffering Turbo failure less than 10 laps in. Subsequently Senna & Toleman went on to race the car at the first 4 rounds of the 1984 F1 season including Kyalami where he qualified 13th finishing a credible 6th in doing so scored his first world championship point. This was followed by the Belgium GP at Zolder, where Senna qualified 19th finished 7th, later being promoted to 6th due to a disqualification. Senna’s final race in TG183B 05 was at the San Marino GP Imola.
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I’ve spend last weekend 3 hours with a passionate Lotus owner and drove his twincolor Lotus Evora GT430 around Versailles. When arriving in his garage, I saw that special motorbike in a corner… a LOTUS C01.
And it is not just a concept bike as LOTUS produced 100 of them. Whether you’re looking at the styling or the quality of finish, it is stunning, and features the finest carbon-fibre I have ever seen. Every piece of welding and fabrication is breathtakingly good, the carbon-fibre wheels are a work of art, and the overall stance of the bike is so different from the norm it’s hard to know what to think.
“What we’re trying to do is to put the fun back into driving”
Article published in “FAMILY OFFICE MAGAZINE” – Autumn 2020
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