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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced in:1971
Numbers built:22
Designed by:Eric Broadley
Predecessor:Lola T210 Cosworth
Successor:Lola T290 Cosworth
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:June 04, 2015
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Chassis HU18 One of a pair of Lola T212s sold through the British manufacturer's European agent Jo Bonnier to Scuderia Filipinetti, chassis HU18 was raced by Bonnier himself. Sharing with Richard Attwood, he finished third overall and first in class in the 1971 Targa Florio. At the end o>>>

Chassis HU22 Karl von Wendt acquired two T212s, one for himself and this one for the highly talented Helmut Marko. He first raced it at Paul Ricard for the season's opening round and went on to score a debut victory. At the next round, his home race at the Salzburgring, Marko qualified o>>>

Chassis HU23 The second of a pair of T212s acquired by Karl von Wendt racing, this car was initially raced by Von Wendt himself. It was also driven by Jean-Pierre Jabouille and Gijs van Lennep before it was handed to Helmut Marko after he had damaged the sister car. On his way to the cha>>>

Chassis HU26 Sold new to Guy Edwards, this T212 was raced during extensively during the 1971 season. Wins were scored at Crystal Palace and Nogaro by Edwards. For the 24 Hours of Le Mans, he was joined by Roger Enever. The only T212 ever raced at Le Mans, it started 23rd but failed to fi>>>

Chassis HU34 One of the very last T212s built, this car was sold to Baker Racing through Lola's North American representative Carl Haas. Baker Racing fielded three T212s and this one is understood to have been raced by Tom Fraser. At the end of the 1971 season, it was sold to Louis Donol>>>

Chassis HU35 American distributor Carl Haas ordered six T212s for North American customers. Of these six examples, chassis HU35 was one of three that was run by the Baker Motor Co., which was later renamed Rinzler Racing. This one was raced by Bobby Rinzler himself and first appeared at >>>

  Article Image gallery (246) Chassis (6) Specifications