This extract from Wikipedia; 'The race was originally won by a TWR Jaguar XJ220C driven by John Nielsen, David Brabham and David Coulthard, but the victory was revoked when the XJ220C was disqualified a month later after a steward complained that Jaguar were not running catalytic converters. Although this was within the rules - no other car ran catalytic converters either - and Jaguar won its appeal (supported by the FIA), they were nonetheless disqualified as they had not - according to the Automobile Club de l'Ouest (the organizer of the race) - lodged their appeal in time.'
The above movie (there are 3 other parts if you're a fan) shows the 3 Peugeot 905s running around the track towards the end of the race, the 905 is a STUNNING looking motorcar and LMM have done a great job accurately capturing it in 1:32 scale.
As you would expect from Le Mans Miniatures, details levels are off the planet, this is an insanely turned-out slot car. What you might not expect is that the Peugeot 905 is very impressive on the track. At first I was concerned about driving the slot especially given the precarious rear wing but this slot has been made to be driven and to keep it on the shelf would be criminal.
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