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Colin Chapman
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Formula One
(Auto racing)
V8 engine
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Jim Clark
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John Surtees
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Dan Gurney
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John Crosthwaite
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Lotus 25

Knowledge Identifier: $Lotus_25

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Lotus 25

Racing car designed by Colin Chapman for the 1962 Formula One season add

Category: Business (14)

Launched in 1962.

Countries: United Kingdom (50%), (40%), United States (10%)

Main connections: Colin Chapman, Formula One, V8 engine

Linked to: British Racing Motors, Cosworth, Maserati, Vanwall

 

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1962

The "'Lotus 25"' was a racing car designed by Colin Chapman for the 1962 Formula One season add something


1963

Lotus 27 - The "'Lotus 27"' was a Formula Junior version of the Lotus 25 Formula One car for the 1963 Formula Junior season

 

Colin Chapman - With Clark driving the legendary Lotus 25, Team Lotus won its first F1 World Championship in 1963


1964

At the final race in Mexico, just as in 1962, the Climax engine developed an oil leak and with literally a lap to run Clark coasted to a halt in sight of world championship victory, this time conceding to John Surtees add something

 

Later, Reg Parnell Racing in 1964 fitted BRM P56s of similar specification to their second-hand 25s add something

 

The 25 was used during the 1964 season, winning a further three races in Clark's hands add something


2008

In 2008/9 Lotus launched a special edition of the Elise supercharged model in the original Lotus 25 racing colours add something

 

In June 2008 Lotus launched a special edition of the Elise supercharged model, the Type 25 Jim Clark, in the Lotus racing colours of green with a yellow stripe add something