ALFA ROMEO 155 V6Ti
ITC 1996

ALFA ROMEO 155 V6Ti

ITC 1996 - Silverstone / #19 - Jason Watt

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The Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI is a racing car built to race in the DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft) series in 1993. At that time the German Touring Car Championship was the peak of technology for touring car racing, and it reserved for cars of Class 1 (first division or D1).
In 1995, alongside DTM, the so called ITC – International Touring Car Championship – was also raced. The two series shared the same set of rules.
For the 1995 racing season, Alfa Romeo’s 155 was turned into a more radical car, but to the expense of its reliability.
In 1996, a second more reliable evolution allowed the official driver Nannini to finish third in the Drivers Championship and second in the Manufacturers Championship.

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OPEL CALIBRA
ITC 1996

OPEL CALIBRA

ITC 1996 - Diepholz / #25 - Alexander Wurz

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The Opel Calibra V6 is a racing car designed to take part in the German DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft), the German Tourism Car Championship that at the time was the technical pinnacle for touring cars. Racing was restricted to Class 1 (first division or D1) cars. The regulation mandated a maximum capacity of 2,5 liters and a maximum of 6 cylinders, derived from approved models and produced in at least 25,000 specimens. Rules also allowed dramatic changes to the car’s motor and chassis, provided that the body shape was maintained. Opel entered the last race of 1993 as a test for the real début, which took place the following year with a car which was ready to compete against Alfa Romeo and Mercedes. In 1996, when the championship had already changed its name to ITC, Opel managed to win both the driver’s and the constructor’s championship titles. This model is decorated after No.25 with which Alex Wurz raced at Diepholz in 1996. This peculiar livery, which Wurz used throughout the 2nd half of the ITC Championship, is directly inspired by the driver’s helmet’s decoration.

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OPEL CALIBRA V6
DTM/ITC winner 1996

OPEL CALIBRA V6

DTM/ITC winner 1996 / #7 - Manuel Reuter

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The Opel Calibra V6 is a racing car designed to take part in the German DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft), the German Tourism Car Championship that at the time was the technical pinnacle for touring cars. Racing was restricted to Class 1 (first division or D1) cars. The regulation mandated a maximum capacity of 2,5 liters and a maximum of 6 cylinders, derived from approved models and produced in at least 25,000 specimens. Rules also allowed dramatic changes to the car’s motor and chassis, provided that the body shape was maintained. Opel entered the last race of 1993 as a test for the real début, which took place the following year with a car which was ready to compete against Alfa Romeo and Mercedes. In 1996, when the championship had already changed its name to ITC, Opel managed to win both the driver’s and the constructor’s championship titles. This model is decorated after No.7 with which Manuel Reuter won the championship DTM/ITC 1996.

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OPEL CALIBRA
DMT/ITC 1995

OPEL CALIBRA

DMT/ITC 1995 - Hockenheimring / #9 - Manuel Reuter

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The Opel Calibra V6 is a racing car designed to take part in the German DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft), the German Tourism Car Championship that at the time was the technical pinnacle for touring cars. Racing was restricted to Class 1 (first division or D1) cars. The regulation mandated a maximum capacity of 2,5 liters and a maximum of 6 cylinders, derived from approved models and produced in at least 25,000 specimens. Rules also allowed dramatic changes to the car’s motor and chassis, provided that the body shape was maintained.
Opel entered the last race of 1993 as a test for the real début, which took place the following year with a car which was ready to compete against Alfa Romeo and Mercedes. In 1996, when the championship had already changed its name to ITC, Opel managed to win both the driver’s and the constructor’s championship titles. This car reproduces the official number 9 car with which Manuel Reuter raced the Hockenheimring race in 1995.

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NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R
1993

NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R

1993 - 1st JTC #12 - K. Hoshiro, M. Kageyama

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The GT-R name, used between the 1960s and 1970s, was taken up by Nissan in 1989 for the R-32 model. Powered by a 2,586 cc inline 6-cylinder engine, with four-wheel drive and steering, the R-32 proved monstrously effective on the circuits, so much so that it deserved the nickname of ‘Godzilla’, with good reasons: the model was practically unbeatable in four consecutive editions of the All Japan Touring Cars championship and in the Australian one for three, including two Bathurst 1000 editions (’91 and ’92). It was only a change of regulations which caused the end of its racing career.
The Nissan R-32 raced and won often in Gr.3 configuration. Driven by Masahiro Hasemi, it dominated the Guia Race in Macau in 1990, ahead of the BMW M3 and Sierra Cosworth. In 1991 the R-32 was penalized by a mandatory ballast of 150kg, while European cars were allowed to race in DTM configuration, with more powerful engines and wider tires.

This model reproduces the car with which the Japanese drivers K. Hoshino – M. Kageyama won the Japanese Touring Car Championship in 1993.

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NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R
1992

NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R

1992 - 1st Balthurst 1000 #1 - M. Skaufe, J. Richards

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ALFA ROMEO 155 V6Ti
DTM/ITC 1995

ALFA ROMEO 155 V6Ti

DTM/ITC 1995 - Avusring / #8 - Nicola Larini

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The Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI is a racing car built to race in the DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft) series in 1993. At that time the German Touring Car Championship was the peak of technology for touring car racing, and it reserved for cars of Class 1 (first division or D1). In 1995, alongside DTM, the so called ITC – International Touring Car Championship – was also raced. The two series shared the same set of rules. For the 1995 racing season, Alfa Romeo’s 155 was turned into a more radical car, but to the expense of its reliability. Despite their best effort, Alfa Romeo’s works 155 only took one ITC victory and a few podiums. Private teams scored overall three wins in the DTM championship, respectively thanks to Euroteam and Schuebel Engineering. This car reproduces the works team’s number 8 as it raced on the city ‘Avus Ring’ circuit of Berlin, driven by former Formula 1 driver and DTM world champion Nicola Larini.

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ALFA ROMEO 155 V6Ti
ITC 1995

ALFA ROMEO 155 V6Ti

ITC 1995 - Helsinki #27 - Markku Alén

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In 1995, alongside DTM, the so called ITC – International Touring Car Championship – was also raced. The two series shared the same set of rules. For the 1995 racing season, Alfa Romeo’s 155 was turned into a more radical car, but to the expense of its reliability. Despite their best effort, Alfa Romeo’s works 155 only took one ITC victory and a few podiums. Private teams scored overall three wins in the DTM championship, respectively thanks to Euroteam (2) and Schuebel Engineering (1). This car reproduces the Alfa Corse 2 satellite team’s number 27 as it raced on the city of Helsinki, driven by former rally driver Markku Alén, only this apparition in the 1995 championship.

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NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R
1990

NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R

1990 - 1st Macau #23 - Masahiro Hasemi

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The GT-R name, used between the 1960s and 1970s, was taken up by Nissan in 1989 for the R-32 model. Powered by a 2,586 cc inline 6-cylinder engine, with four-wheel drive and steering, the R-32 proved monstrously effective on the circuits, so much so that it deserved the nickname of ‘Godzilla’, with good reasons: the model was practically unbeatable in four consecutive editions of the All Japan Touring Cars championship and in the Australian one for three, including two Bathurst 1000 editions (‘91 and ‘92). It was only a change of regulations which caused the end of its racing career. The Nissan R-32 raced and won often in Gr.3 configuration. Driven by Masahiro Hasemi, it dominated the Guia Race in Macau in 1990, ahead of the BMW M3 and Sierra Cosworth. In 1991 the R-32 was penalized by a mandatory ballast of 150kg, while European cars were allowed to race in DTM configuration, with more powerful engines and wider tires. The R-32 never appeared in the Fast and Furious series. This model reproduces the car with which the Japanese driver Masahiro Hasemi won the Guia race in the streets of  Macau in 1990.

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OPEL CALIBRA
DMT/ITC 1995

OPEL CALIBRA

DMT/ITC 1995 - Avus Ring / #2 - Keke Rosberg

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The Opel Calibra V6 is a racing car designed to take part in the German DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft), the German Tourism Car Championship that at the time was the technical pinnacle for touring cars. Racing was restricted to Class 1 (first division or D1) cars. The regulation mandated a maximum capacity of 2,5 liters and a maximum of 6 cylinders, derived from approved models and produced in at least 25,000 specimens. Rules also allowed dramatic changes to the car’s motor and chassis, provided that the body shape was maintained.
Opel entered the last race of 1993 as a test for the real début, which took place the following year with a car which was ready to compete against Alfa Romeo and Mercedes. In 1996, when the championship had already changed its name to ITC, Opel managed to win both the driver’s and the constructor’s championship titles. This car reproduces the Team Rosberg number 2 car with which Keke Rosberg raced in Berlin the Avous Ring race in 1995.

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