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Jochen Rindt

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Jochen Rindt was born on April 18th, 1942 in Mainz in but he is brought up by his Austrian grandparents in Graz where he makes friends with a certain Helmut Marko. They begin together in competitions of touring cars.

Between 1963 and 1965 he ventures on several automotive categories. He participates for example LeMans 24 Hours for the second time in 1965 and wins the race with the Ferrari 250LM car number 21. He makes his first F1 season in 1966 by Cooper who is bound with Maserati and finishes third in the World championship. He integrates Lotus team in 1969 and turns out to be deserving successor of Jim Clark, died the year before on the Hockenheim track.

Despite some disagreements with Colin Chapman Jochen Rindt continues by Lotus in 1970 and is even announced as favorite. On the 10 races he participates this year, he takes three times the pole positions and wins 5 times. He was killed during the practices of the Italy GP in Monza on September 5th at the age of 28. Jochen Rindt was far ahead and he would have been able to end the season in a masterful way. He is until now the only one driver to have been posthumously titled.

We chose to reproduce Jochen Rindt according to the posture he had on a Rainer W. Schlegermich's famous picture. Sat in a campsite seat, a cigarette in the hand and the bottle of soda which waits at his feet, he is talking to Colin Chapman, Team Manager Lotus.

Scale1 / 18

BrandLE MANS miniatures


RaceGrand Prix of Italy, Monza


DriverJochen Rindt



Supplied withthe campsite seat and soda bottle

Datasheet figurine Jochen Rindt 1:18 scale

Documentation Jochen Rindt


Jochen Rindt
Jochen Rindt, global viewJochen Rindt, with cigaretteJochen Rindt, soda at his feetJochen Rindt, 3/4 rightJochen Rindt, right profileJochen Rindt, front viewJochen Rindt, original picture

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