It was the first fully stressed monocoque chassis to appear in Formula One. In the hands of Jim Clark it took 14 World Championship Grand Prix wins and propelled him to his 1963 World Championship title. The 25 was the first F1 car to use a revolutionary fully stressed ‘monocoque’ chassis design which was revolutionary at the time because it abandoned all the existing conventions for building race cars and reinforced Chapman’s reputation as a brilliant engineer. Winning four Formula 1 races in its first year, at the hands of the talented Jim Clark, just missing out on the Championship in the final race. In 1963, with Jim Clark at the wheel of the Type 25, Lotus secured its first Formula One Constructors’ Championship, and the Drivers title, winning seven out of ten races. Learn more.
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