Nigel Mansell signed Lotus 91, 1982 Monaco GP, 1:18 Tecnomodel.
Nigel Mansell signed Lotus 91, #12, 4th Monaco GP formula 1 1982, 1:18 Tecnomodel.
The Lotus 91 was a car used by Team Lotus in the 1982 Formula One season, designed by Colin Chapman, Martin Ogilvie and Tony Rudd. Colin Chapman went back to basics and designed the Lotus 91, powered by the Ford Cosworth DFV and using a standard Hewland gearbox, the 91 was uncomplicated and easy to maintain.
During the 1982 season, Chapman extended Mansell’s contract to the end of the 1984 season in a deal that made him a millionaire. The 1982 Monaco Grand Prix included pre-qualifying as there were too many cars entered to take the grid, in a challenging race, Mansell qualified 11th and finished 4th, the car sporting its full John Player Special livery.
Superb 1/18 replica by Technomodel, official Classic Team Lotus limited edition with full factory livery, includes alcantara base, and Mansell hand signed plaque with COA.