For the 1972 Season team Williams Motul ran a March 711. This car was drvien by Henri Pescarolo.

Model shown is a Scalextric March 721

Printd using thermal technology

March 711 as driven in the 71 season by Ronnie Peterson. This livery and number appeared in the italian and American GP's only

Model shown is a Scalextric March 721

Printed using thermal technology


March 731 as driven by David Purley during the 1973 GP Season. At Zandavoort in this year David famously tried to rescue Roger Williamson from his burning car.

Model shown is a 1/32 scale resin slot car. Photos kindly donated by Darrin Worth

March 751-brambilla

Another team using the march 751 was the Lavazza team. This set shows the car driven by Lella Lombardi

The March 751 was designed for the 1975 GP season and served both the manufacturer team and customer teams as well. This set depicts the car driven by Vittorio Brambilla for the Beta Team

This set is design for the DNQ resin body

Printed using thermal technology

March 751-lombardi
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March 240. This car never actually raced but was tested extensively in 1976 by Howden Ganley. This is the livery it used at Silverstone.

Model shown is a Scalextric March 240

Also in the 76 Season is this livery driven by Vittorio Brambilla

Model shown is a modified Scalextric March 240


March 761 as driven by Hans Stuck in the 1976 German GP.

Model shown is a modifed Scalextric March 240

Another Hans Stuck Livery, again from 1976, this time with sponsorship from John Day

Model shown is a modified Scalextric March 240

March 821- Rizla
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821 Rizla

For the rest of the season, the car ran in a Rothmans livery, although this did change sponsor logos quite regularly throught the season. This decal set has several different options available to allow the car to be represented at different periods thought the season

Inspired by the Williams FW07, the 821 was built for the 1982 season for RAM Racing, even though they continued to use the March name. Driven by Jochen Mass and Raul Boesel. It ran under a number of liveries - this one used for the seaon opener in South Africa

March 821-Rothmans
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The first car designed by Adrian Newey and raced in the 1988 GP Season by March with Leyton House sponsorship.

Model shown is a modifed Scalextric Williams FW15c with a few minor body mods.

Last Picture shows this livery on an NSR 86-89

Also fits Scaleauto F1