Policar PCW02 Lotus 72 No.22 Monza GP 1970, Jochen Rindt

Item no.: PCW02
Scale: 1:32

Policar PCW02 Lotus 72 No.22 Monza GP 1970, Jochen Rindt.

Jochen Rindt, a German-born racer representing Austria, was a key figure in the world of Formula 1 during the 1960s and has left an indelible mark on Formula 1 history. Driving for Lotus, on September 5th 1970, he succumbed to a fatal crash at the Parabolica turn in Monza. Despite this tragic event, he had already secured victories in five out of the first ten races that year, enough to make him the only posthumous World Champion in Formula 1 history.

Numbered Limited Edition of 1600.

The Policar brand developed with Slot.it technology to create exciting 'magnet free' slot car racing for the true enthusiast. High quality finish and body detail throughout the model, including engine detail and full driver with true helmet design.

  • 1/32 scale
  • Ready to race slot car
  • High detail
  • Fitted with quality parts
  • Powered by Policar F1 DFV-25K motor
  • Aluminum rear wheels
  • Limited Edition
  • Presentation box


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  • Model: PCW02
  • Manufactured by: Policar

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