Wolf-Ford WR3, Theodore Racing: Grand Prix Germany 1978, Keke Rosberg
Tamiya / Studio 27 1/12 scale
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Austrian-born Canadian, Walter Wolf came into Grand Prix racing when he backed the struggling Williams team from late in 1975. He acquired the equipment of the dissolved Hesketh team for use in 1976, when the cars carried Williams designations and were sometimes referred to, as “Wolf-Williams”. Wolf took over 60 percent of the Williams company. By 1977, Wolf set up a powerful team, with Harvey Postlethwaite to design a new car, Peter Warr persuaded to leave Lotus to manage affairs, and just one driver –Scheckter- who won three Grand Prix.
Teddy Yip (Theodore Racing)
Teddy Yip, one of the more colorful Formula 1 team owners in the 1970s, was born in the Dutch colony of Sumatra in 1907. Yip was sent to Holland to study, but afterwards went into business. He moved to Hong Kong in the 1940s, and began to build up his business empire which included travel agencies, hotels, casinos and trading companies.
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