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Scalextric C3693A Touring Car Legends Twinpack - Ford Sierra RS500 and BMW E30

Product code: CB8454
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Digital Plug Ready Easy Change Pick-Ups High Detail Magnatraction Pro Chassis Ready (PCR) Working Rear Lights Xenon Effect Headlights Specification BMW E30 M3 Motor: 18k ff rpm Gear ratio: 9:27 Chassis: Inline Magnet: Bar 1.5 Overall length: 136mm Wheelbase: 81mm Axle width: F 59.6mm, R 61.3mm Tyre diameter: 20mm Weight: 74g Scale: 1/32 Ford Sierra RS500 Motor: 18k ff rpm Gear ratio: 9:27 Chassis: Inline Magnet: Bar 1.5 Overall length: 136mm Wheelbase: 82mm Axle width: F 52mm, R 53.5mm Tyre diameter: 20mm Weight: 72g Race: British Touring Car Championship 1990 Drivers: Rouse & Sytner No:1 ICS & No.55 BMW Finance Box contents: • 2 x Cars • 4 x Spare Braid Plates • 1 x Limited Edition Plinth Andy Rouse is regarded by many people as one of the most successful drivers ever to appear in the BSCC. His 60 overall wins in the category was the highest total by any driver for many years, until being overhauled by Jason Plato at Brands Hatch in the opening round of the 2011 season. The BTCC underwent a revised structure for the 1990 season and catered for GpA-specification cars in two classes; up to 2000cc and over 2000cc. Rouse finished 3rd overall and 2nd in class in the 1990 British Touring Car Championship. Frank Sytner's BTCC career started in 1982 when he started racing a Rover 3500S for Team Sanyo Racing, after a season of mixed results Frank naturally gravitated towards BMW and started to race for Grace International Racing. Solely driving BMW's from then on, Frank achieved his first overall BTCC win in 1988 and became British Touring Car Champion – a title he would earn again in 1990 in the up to 2000cc division with the BMW M3s enjoying a 27 race/class-winning sequence. Frank Sytner took the class honours, with five wins in the division in total.
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