The new innovative checkered Martini Racing livery, perhaps more replicated and famous among the liveries, was born in PubbliMais in Turin.
It was in fact developed and executed in paint for the first time on the car by Vinicio Mais starting from a drawing that was delivered to him in Abarth by Giorgio Rossotto. Subsequently 6 other official cars were made with the same identical graphics: another 4 cars with identical graphics for tests and tests and 2 race cars.
This was the only Lancia Delta in history to run in a Martini livery on a red base. The car with this livery participated only in one world race, Rallye Sanremo 1989, but it also entered history: Biasion / Siviero # 1 graduated world champions in Sanremo in 1989 winning the last race of the world championship with the first Delta 16v of history, an evolution of the 8v.
The Martini livery was done in paint on the hood and sides. This decoration also covered the car's irregular and protruding grilles and details down to the smallest detail. Everything else, including the Lancia Martini lettering on the spoiler, the Lancia, Martini, Sportline logos, the sun visors and the technical sponsors were adhesive decals.
HOW WE MAKE IT NOW
Completely in paint as the original (with only the small sponsors made in adhesive) with the same colors and painting methods of the time that give the car a further authenticity value. The stickers of the Lancia, Martini and original technical sponsor logos are made with high quality conformable vinyls, applied with hot methodology for a very long duration. The measurements and the positioning of the liveries and stickers are extremely accurate and come from our archives obtained from the workings on the cars of the time. The realization of the complete graphics requires the car to be stopped at our Turin headquarters.
This realization is particularly suitable for the graphic makeover and the restoration on original cars of the time, and for ex official cars destined for exhibitions, historical revival and exhibitions at prestigious car showrooms and fairs.
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Faithful reproduction all in adhesive, performed with high quality conformable vinyls, applied with hot method for a very long duration. The measurements and positioning of the liveries and stickers are very accurate and come from surveys carried out on original historic cars..
This realization is particularly suitable for cars that participate in historical rally competitions, for non-original cars that take part in classic car rallies organized by clubs, or for simple enthusiasts.
The possibility of total removal of the livery without affecting the paintwork of the body is guaranteed years later.
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SUPPLY OF THE COMPLETE KIT STICKERS
It is possible to purchase the Complete kit stickers Lancia Delta Integrale red 16v Martini '89 which includes the Lancia, Martini, Sportline logos. Shipment to any address in Europe, USA, Japan.
A BIT OF HISTORY ...
The Lancia Delta Integrale, evolution of the Delta 4WD, was presented in 1987 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The first version, Lancia Delta 8v, immediately began to reap resounding successes especially with Miki Biasion, the only Italian driver in history who managed to win the Drivers' world title. In 1989 the car evolved into the Lancia Delta 16v version, continuing to ring series victories and bringing the Lancia Delta Integrale to be considered one of the most successful cars of all time in the history of the Rally. The Martini livery in the Delta 16v presented initially with the innovative Martini red livery, never replicated in history. At the beginning of the 1990 season, the Lancia decided to return to the white color of the cars and to a more traditional Martini livery. In 1992 the last version of the car, the Lancia Delta Integrale Evoluzione, went on track, winning the Manufacturers 'World Championship but losing the Drivers' one in favor of the Spaniard Carlos Sainz who was hired the following year. In 1991 the Fiat Group unexpectedly announced the withdrawal of the Lancia brand's races, throwing millions of fans into despair. Starting in 1993, the Lancia still took part in several World Championship races and minor championships with the resources of private investors and sponsors, but in fact, without the support of Fiat, the golden season of the legendary Rally victories ended forever.