Item no.: 31038
Carrera Digital 132 BMW 320 Turbo Flachbau Kraus-Team Schnitzer, No.55, DRM 1980.
The DIGITAL 132 BMW 320 Turbo Flachbau 'Team Schnitzer, No.55' DRM 1980 made racing history. In 1980 Hans Joachim Stuck quit driving Formula 1 cars to focus on the German Motor Racing Championship (DRM). He found the perfect partner in the BMW 320 Turbo flat-build version. Nine of these cars with 1.4-litre turbo engines and around 450 hp dominated races, defeating the classic induction engine cars. Back in 1980, the smaller car division race at the Norisring was a major event. That year, on lap 6 Hans Heyer's Lancia Beta Montecarlo broke its brake discs, turned over many times and ended up in pieces. Stuck drove this BMW to an overall 2nd place at the end of the season.
Individually codable and digitally controlled with realistic acceleration and braking action. The cars are high-detailed models with nicely finished, tampo-printed liveries and generally feature a "pan" interior representing the driver from mid-torso up, allowing more space inside the car for the chip and reducing weight. The cars come with 9:27 gearing and an inline E200 motor, double traction magnets and a double-braid for improved connectivity.
Front, rear and brake lights. Ready to Run (RTR) on both Evolution and Digital 132 Track.