MERCEDES 190E
DTM 1992

MERCEDES 190E

DTM 1992 - 1st Hockenheim / #5 - Ellen Lohr

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The Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo II made a triumphant debut, winning all the first three places, in 1992, in the very popular German tourism championship “DTM” – Deutsche Touren Wagen Meisterschaft. The car was developed by AMG starting from a “road” car base, and was built in about 500 units as required by the regulation. Compared to the EVO version the power was increased by 40 Hp. Engine hood, boot lid and spoiler were made of special plastic material. The Evo II raceing debut took place in the northern ring of the Nürburgring in the DTM race on the 16th of June 1990. In the final championship race, on the Hockenheim track, a new car was supplied to all teams. This model reproduces the car with which Ellen Lohr won in 1992 at Hockenheim.

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ALFA ROMEO 155 V6Ti
DTM 1994

ALFA ROMEO 155 V6Ti

DTM 1994 - Zolder / #18 - Kris Nissen

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Alfa Romeo introduced an upgraded 155 for the 1994 DTM Championship, in order to fight for the driver’s title again. The title was entirely within reach but slipped due to a notorious accident that involved Nannini and a lapped driver. During the season, a few private Teams received semi-official cars. Among those, Team Schübel Engineering, sponsored by the German TV Channel RTL. Car was driven by Kris Nissen.

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MERCEDES 190E
DTM 1992

MERCEDES 190E

DTM 1992 - Zolder / #18 - Kurt Thiim

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The Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo II made a triumphant debut, winning all the first three places, in 1992, in the very popular German tourism championship “DTM” – Deutsche TourenWagen Meisterschaft. The car was developed by AMG starting from a “road” car base, and was built in about 500 units as required by the regulation. Compared to the EVO version the power was increased by 40 Hp. Engine hood, boot lid and spoiler were made of special plastic material. The Evo II raceing debut took place in the northern ring of the Nürburgring in the DTM race on the 16th of June 1990. In the final championship race, on the Hockenheim track, a new car was supplied to all teams. This model reproduces the car with which Kurt Thiim ran in 1992, finishing overall second in the championship behind Klaus Ludwig and ahead of Bernd Scheneider.

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ALFA ROMEO 155 V6 Ti
DMT 1994

ALFA ROMEO 155 V6Ti

DMT 1994 - Norisring / #27 - Michael Bartels

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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). The rules mandated cars with an engine displacement of 2.5 liters and 6 cylinders at most, derived from approved models and produced in no less than 25,000 units. The rules allowed deep changes to the car, provided that the external lines were maintained. When Alfa Romeo introduced its 420 bhp, four-wheel drive 155, the more conventional rear-wheel drive Mercedes 190 couldn’t matche Alfa’s performance. In 1993, the Italian car dominated the category, winning 12 races out of 20 with its the two factory drivers, thus winning both drivers and constructors titles. To date, the Alfa Romeo 155 is the only non-German car to have won a DTM championship. This Slot.it model reproduces the works No.27 racing on the 1994 DTM championschip for the Schubel Team, driven by Michael Bartels.

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MERCEDES 190E
DTM 1992

MERCEDES 190E

DTM 1992 - Zolder / #12 - Jörg van Ommen

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The Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo II made a triumphant debut, winning all the first three places, in 1992, in the very popular German tourism championship “DTM” – Deutsche TourenWagen Meisterschaft. The car was developed by AMG starting from a “road” car base, and was built in about 500 units as required by the regulation. Compared to the EVO version the power was increased by 40 Hp. Engine hood, boot lid and spoiler were made of special plastic material. The Evo II raceing debut took place in the northern ring of the Nürburgring in the DTM race on the 16th of June 1990. In the final championship race, on the Hockenheim track, a new car was supplied to all teams. This model reproduces the car with which Jörg van Ommen ran in 1992 at Zolder.

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ALFA ROMEO 155 V6 Ti
DMT 1993

ALFA ROMEO 155 V6Ti

DMT Winner 1993 / #8 - Nicola Larini

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Alfa Romeo introduced its 155 DTM model with 420 bhp and four-wheel drive in 1993, immediately outpacing the more conventional rear-wheel drive Mercedes 190E.
This model celebrates the 1993 DTM Championship victory of Alfa Romeo and its factory driver Nicola Larini. To date, the Alfa Romeo 155 is the only non-German car to win a DTM championship.

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ALFA ROMEO 155 V6Ti
ITC 1996

ALFA ROMEO 155 V6Ti

ITC 1996 - Mugello / #18 - Gabriele Tarquini

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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 V6
ITC Mugello 1996

OPEL CALIBRA V6

ITC Mugello 1996 / #8 - Oliver Gavin

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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.8 with which Oliver Gavin raced at Mugello in 1996.

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MERCEDES 190E
DTM 1991

MERCEDES 190E

DTM 1991 - Kyalami / #3 - Roland Asch

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The Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo II made a triumphant debut, winning all the first three places, in 1992, in the very popular German tourism championship “DTM” – Deutsche Touren Wagen Meisterschaft. The car was developed by AMG starting from a “road” car base, and was built in about 500 units as required by the regulation. Compared to the EVO version the power was increased by 40 Hp. Engine hood, boot lid and spoiler were made of special plastic material. The Evo II raceing debut took place in the northern ring of the Nürburgring in the DTM race on the 16th of June 1990. In the final championship race, on the Hockenheim track, a new car was supplied to all teams. This model reproduces the car with which Roland Asch raced the Yellow Page 200 at Kyalami in the 1991.

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