Ford GT40 Le Mans 1966(フォードGT40ルマン1966年)No7










メーカー: SCALEXTRIC (スケーレックストリック)
スケール:1/32 SCALE SLOT CAR
品名:Ford GT40 Le Mans 1966(フォードGT40ルマン1966年)No7

2WD(リアー)サイドワインダー マグネット付  替えブラシ2個付き

The Scalextric model
Chassis XGT-2, a MKII GT40, was driven by one of the most famous F1 and sports car drivers of the era – Graham Hill. This model of the car pays tribute to the driving ace with a driver figure likeness of the man himself – complete with his trademark moustache.

For the 1966 Le Mans 24hr race, no less than 13 GT40s were entered, eight of which were 7 litre MkII's. The black and silver car from the Alan Mann team was driven by F1 ace Graham Hill & Brian Muir.
At the end of the race, only three GT40s remained, occupying the first three places. After an attempt by the Ford hierarchy to stage a photo finish with all three cars crossing the finish line side-by-side, the winner was declared to be car number 2, the MkII driven by Chris Amon and Bruce McLaren, thus robbing Ken Miles of the achievement of winning the three major endurance races, Le Mans, Daytona and Sebring, in the same year.55 cars started and 15 finished. Fastest lap was set by Dan Gurney with an average speed of 142.979 mph.
Graham Hill was one of many famous drivers to race the GT40 cars around Le Man in 1966. Amongst the others racing luminaries were Denny Hulme, Chris Amon, Bruce McLaren, Dan Gurney, Mark Donohue, Mario Andretti, Frank Gardner, Innes Ireland, Jochen Rindt, Guy Ligier, Peter Revson, Jacky Ickx in the GT40 cars - not to mention the other marques.

Features *
Quick-change Braid. Fast replacement of braid. No tools required.
Magnatraction Adjustable down-force positions
Head Lights
High detail decoration
Interior detail.
Small parts decoration.
Etched metal parts.
Mabuchi SP
18k rpm
Gear ratio 11:36
Rear Mounted Motor
Side Winder
2 wheel drive
Rectangular 2.5 mm
Down-force 208 gm
Overall length
133 mm
76 mm
Axle/Hub width
54 mm Front
56 mm Rear
Tyre diameter
21(ext), 14(int), 8 mm Front
22(ext), 14(int), 10 mm Rear
Car 78 gm
Case 156gm
Scale = 1/32