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The 99T was generally regarded as the more bulky of the cars that won a Grand Prix in 1987 with the Williams FW11B, McLaren MP4/3 and Ferrari F1/87 all regarded as better aerodynamically than the Lotus. Despite this, the 99T (especially in Senna's hands) was often among the fastest cars in a straight line.

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Lotus Cars by Numbers Note: Cars up to and including the Eleven are referred to as Mark, thereafter Type. Many racing types had appendages to indicate different uses, they are not all listed. The 99T was generally regarded as the more bulky of the cars that won a Grand Prix in 1987 with the Williams FW11B, McLaren MP4/3 and Ferrari F1/87 all regarded as better aerodynamically than the Lotus. Despite this, the 99T (especially in Senna's hands) was often among the fastest cars in a straight line. Apr 03, 2016 · The first and only twin chassis Formula 1 Car. Passed and then banned by the FIA on the eve of the Silverstone Grand Prix.

Jun 13, 2012 · Equipped with front & rear wings, the 49C bridged the gap between the original wingless design and the new aerodynamic design approach that would kick off with the Lotus 72. 1967 Lotus 51 (Formula Ford car) Based on the Lotus 31 Formula Three car, the Lotus 51 Formula Ford became one of the company’s most successful race cars. Amongst them was Lotus’s innovative 88 model (pictured below) which featured effectively two chassis, one inside the other. The inner chassis was essentially a conventional car independently sprung from the outer bodywork skin, which acted as one large wing that lowered to the ground at speed but returned to a legal height in the pit lane. English: The Formula One cars of Lotus. These may be cars built by either of the following teams: Team Lotus (1958–1994), Lotus Racing/Team Lotus (2010–2011) or Lotus F1 Team (2012–2015). Category:Lotus Formula One cars