the images are purely indicative, the final graphics will be agreed in detail with the customer
The graphics on the car were made by Pubbli Auto in paint with regard to the Martini livery, the side sponsors, the race number and the front Lancia logo. This decoration also covered the car's irregular and protruding grilles and details down to the smallest detail.
Everything else, including Martini stickers, were adhesive decals.
HOW WE MAKE IT TODAY
The realization of the complete graphics requires the delivery of the car at our headquarters in Turin and can be performed in the following way:
- livery completely in paint like the original with the same coded colors and the painting methods of the time that confer a further value of authenticity to the car.
Adhesives of the Lancia, Martini and original technical sponsor logos, made with high quality conformable vinyls, applied with hot methodology for very long life. The measurements and positioning of the liveries and stickers are extremely accurate and come from our archives obtained from the workings on the cars of the time.
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A BIT OF HISTORY ...
The Lancia LC1 was designed by the Dallara engineer to replace the Lancia Berta Montecarlo Turbo and to participate in the Gr. 6 Sport Prototype World Championship under the guidance of Cesare Fiorio, responsible for the Lancia Racing Team.
The development and development of the car took place in very short times but gratifying and unexpected technical results were equally obtained. Only 4 specimens were produced and the pilots who took turns in the 1982 season were Michele Laboreto, Piercarlo Ghinzani, Teo Fabi and Riccardo Patrese. The colors were those of Martini Racing and the main cigarette sponsor was the MS cigarette brand.
The main opponent of that one season was the powerful Porsche 956 which won the title but the Lancia LC1 won 3 of the 8 races scheduled for the season.