Item no.: 31039
Carrera Digital 132 BMW 320 Turbo Flachbau Team Schnitzer, No.56, DRM 1980.
The BMW 320 Turbo Flachbau 'Team Schnitzer, No.56' DRM 1980 was a role model in the motor racing world in 1980, and at 450 hp set standards for the era. Developments in the motor formula led to a triumphal period for the technology involved, and a few years later led to Formula 1 engines with power outputs of over 1000 hp. In 1980, the main sponsor, the Frenchman Abel Lepitre, remained loyal to Walter Brun, enabling the Swiss entrepreneur to purchase a new flat-build Schnitzer BMW 320 Turbo. Brun raced the car to three podium finishes, one of which being at the race on the Norisring circuit.
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.