BTCC 2017 Team Cap
MG MG BTCC Cap, adjustable strap, one size – 100% Cotton
BTCC 2017 Team Cap
A great iconic British sports car for the Scalextric classic car enthusiast. This version is modelled on the team car sent to the USA for the Sebring 12 hour endurance race in 1964.
Drivers: Jim Adams, Merle Brennan and Frank Morell, 1964 Sebring 12 Hours
Sebring in 1964 was one of the world top-tier endurance races, part of the FIA Challenge Mondiale and Prototypes Trophy, along with the Targa Florio, Le Mans, and the Nurburgring 1000 km. Two of British Motor Car Distributors team of red, white and blue MGBs finished the grueling 12 hours, an extraordinary achievement demonstrating the competitiveness of the MGB. The car, the Iris Blue #48, consistently lapped the Sebring course in the low four-minute range to come home fourth in class and 22nd overall. Following the race, the car went on to establish a long and successful SCCA racing history. The Sebring parts were carefully preserved, and were passed along with the car to each new owner. The car has since been meticulously restored to its 1964 Sebring configuration.
Celebrate Jack Goff’s 2015 season in the British Touring Car Championship with this
Scalextric BTCC Triple 8 Racing MG6 GT.
Not suitable for children under 5 years. For use under adult supervision
To be used under the direct supervision of an adult
Scalextric MGB Thoroughbred Sports Car Series No.40 driven by Roy McCarth. Roy McCarthy and his two sons, Russell and Spencer, formed McCarthy Motorsport using Roy’s knowledge and expertise with MGs. Over the years, the family took hundreds of podiums and class wins across many historic racing championship classes.
A great iconic British sports car for the Scalextric classic car enthusiast, the MGB is an iconic car. In celebration of 50 incredible years of MGB and the legacy it imprints within British automotive history, Scalextric presents a tribute to the outright win at the 1966 Marathon de la Route at the Nurburgring for the works MGB roadster, driven by Andrew Hedges and Julien Vernaeve, registration GRX 307D, known as ‘Old Faithful’ – because it never failed. The detailed car includes wire wheels with knock-off spinners, working lights at the front and rear as well as Magnatraction and Scalextric Digital DPR facility.
Celebrating 50 Years of MGB. First launched in May 1962, the MGB became the epitome of the modern British sports car. The affordable MGB spawned many variants along the way; from a car originally intended to be a two-seater replacement for the hugely successful MGA. The GT version was announced in October 1965 and was an overnight success.
The MGB was an all-new car in many respects and was distinguished by its unitary body and chassis structure. The monocoque construction allowed engineers more scope with design and layout of the passenger compartment. The racing pedigree of the MGB swiftly emerged and the success that these, often only moderately tuned, MGBs had in racing, serves as testimony to their balance of performance and reliability.