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Lotus Story Vols 1-4 Box Set
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Catalogue No. 3927 , Release Date: 23 January 2012
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DVD (240 minutes)
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  • "Tremendous value for four hours of mega archive footage" Autosport

Lotus Story Vols 1-4 Box Set - Description

The Lotus Story Vol. 1 features the extraordinary story of Lotus began in 1948 and founder Colin Chapman and his cars became synonymous with GP racing. This comprehensive four hour DVD features interviews, archive action footage, racing greats and is a superlative record of Lotus' GP history.

The Lotus Story Vol. 2 explores all the major races and personalities of the era are featured, including Moss and Surtees at the 1960 GP de Monaco, the 1960 Le Mans 24hr race and the 1962 Goodwood Easter meeting. Throughout the programme you can also hear from major players of the era.

In the Lotus Story Vol. 3 we continue the full and fascinating story of one of Britain’s best-loved motor racing teams. We feature Clark’s battle against the surprising Brabham resurgence and the strengthening of the link between Lotus and Ford with the Mark 1 Lotus Cortina.

The Lotus Story Vol. 4 details the development of the Type 72 - the most successful GP car of all time until 1986, the Lotus 78, which showed the way ahead in producing a true ‘grounds-effect’ car and the ‘Black Beauty’ Lotus 79.

"This four-disc boxset charts the history of Lotus, from the early forays in the late 1940s, through the world-beating F1 days of Jim Clark, Mario Andretti and Ayrton Senna, to the final death throes of the 1990s. Tremendous value for four hours of mega archive footage and interviews with many keys players" Autosport