All News: Lotus 79 CTC
Moreira Wins at Watkins!
July 17th, 2014 by JaimeB
Week 11 of the Classic Lotus Grand Prix 2014 Series ran at venerable Watkins Glen International this weekend. For those of you that are interested in what the track looked like in 1973, please review this YouTube slide show. Six warm-up races were held leading up to the main Sunday online race. Antti Lepistö (Brabham), … Read the Rest »
Moreira Masters Oulton Park
July 10th, 2014 by JaimeB
Week 10 of the Classic Lotus Grand Prix 2014 Series ran at historic Oulton Park in Cheshire, England this weekend. Bumpy, narrow, windy, and very curvy: the track was a real challenge to sim-racers and their cars. New setups had to be created from the last time the series raced there in 2013. Five warm-up … Read the Rest »
Dudognon Wins at Suzuka as Moreira Gains Series Lead
July 2nd, 2014 by JaimeB
Japan’s Suzuka Circuit was the scene for Week Nine of the Classic Lotus Grand Prix 2014 Series. This fast track usually sees some amazing driving, while remaining a relatively safe course for most. The wind and temperature combined to slow most of the drivers in qualifying, compared to last season. Nonetheless, we saw some great … Read the Rest »
Moreira Edges Fritsche in Zandvoort Nailbiter!
June 25th, 2014 by JaimeB
The Classic Lotus Grand Prix Series travelled to the Netherlands’ Circuit Park Zandvoort for its eighth race week of 2014 Season 2. A favourite of many drivers, the Grand Prix configuration of this race track features a testing blend of straights, tight, medium and high-speed turns that thrill spectators and drivers alike. Zandvoort is a … Read the Rest »
Gernot Fritsche Tames Interlagos in Lotus 79!
June 18th, 2014 by JaimeB
Week 7 of the 2014s2 Classic Lotus Grand Prix Series was held at the famous Autódromo José Carlos Pace (Interlagos) track in Brazil. Conditions were warm and not very humid, with a very slight breeze. The fans were stoked by the World Cup soccer tournament, the history of Ayrton Senna (and the aforementioned Carlos Pace) … Read the Rest »