Morris Mini 1966 Australian Touring Car Championship, Bob Holden
Product Code: C3302
Australian racing driver, Robin (Bob) Holden raced small-engined touring cars throughout his career, racing Peugeots in the early 1960s, establishing a reputation for himself which saw him become a regular part of BMC Australia’s racing program for Minis which culminated with a victory in the 1966 Bathurst 500 co-driving with Rauno Aaltonen.
The 1966 Australian Touring Car Championship was contested over a single 75 mile race staged at the Mount Panorama Circuit near Bathurst in New South Wales, on 11th April 1966. It was the seventh Australian Touring Car Championship. From 17th on the grid, Bob finished 8th overall.
Warning! This product is not suitable for children under 3 years because of small parts which can present a choking hazard.
Motor - Mabuchi FF; 18k rpm; Gear ratio 9:21
Chassis - Rear Mounted In-line Motor; Rear 2 wheel drive
Magnet - Rectangular 2.5 mm; Downforce 198 gm
Overall length - 97 mm
Wheelbase - 63 mm
Axle/Hub width - 50 mm Front; 50 mm Rear
Tyre diameter/width - 16(ext), 9(int) x 5 mm Front; 16(ext), 9(int) x 5 mm Rear
Weight - Car 66 gm; Case 156 gm
Scale - 1/32