le immagini sono puramente indicative, la grafica finale sarà concordata nei dettagli con il cliente
The graphics on the car were made in patent leather as regards the Martini livery on the hood, sides and trunk. This decoration also covered the car's irregular and protruding grilles and details down to the smallest detail.
All the rest, including the large Lancia Martini writings on the spoiler and the Lancia logos, the technical sponsors 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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DO YOU WANT SPONSORS ONLY?
SUPPLY OF THE COMPLETE SPONSOR KIT
It is possible to purchase the Kit Sponsor Lancia Beta Montecarlo Turbo Martini Racing. The livery is of course not included but all the writings and logos are available in the adhesive version. Shipping to any address in Italian territory or with pick up at our headquarters.
N.B. MARTINI & ROSSI version also available.
UN PO' DI STORIA ...
Born in 1978, the Lancia Beta Montecarlo Turbo was designed to compete in the World Sports Prototype Championship and derives from the small Beta Montecarlo road coupe. The car, managed in competitions by Cesare Fiorio, was immediately a winner by winning the Manufacturers world title in 1979 in the category up to 2 liters, defeating BMW and Ford. In 1980 and 1981 (the year in which he adopted the Martini Racing livery) he became absolute champion in the Marche World Championship defeating Porsche and going down in history as one of the great racing cars of the Lancia. In 1982, due to the new regulation, the Lancia LC1 took the place of the Lancia Beta Montecarlo in the Sportprototipi Championship.