Transform your garden or balcony into a mini racetrack with a classic race car windmill!
Recreate Monza 1961 with the Ferrari 156 race car, featuring driver Phil Hill, as a sleek windmill. Watch as the rims sparkle at breakneck speed and enjoy the captivating driving maneuvers when this 1960s-inspired windmill car catches the wind in your personal space.
Introducing the Lotus 25 with driver Jim Clark from 1963 – this Formula 1 race car undoubtedly carved its name in racing history, which makes it an obvious choice as a wind spinner car in their latest product line. Notably, it’s the first Formula 1 car designed with a monocoque-like structure, now a standard in contemporary racing for safety reasons. Instead of the common space frame, Lotus employed a riveted aluminum box frame with a non-load-bearing body, yielding superior torsional rigidity at a reduced weight.
Another highlight in this fresh series of wind turbine cars is the illustrious Mercedes-Benz W 25 “Silberpfeil” with driver Rudolf Caracciola. This pairing of man and machine is a notable combination in the realm of racing.