An estimated 300,000 spectators turned out for the 1914 French Grand Prix,
the last Grand Prix before the hell of WW1 changed the world forever.

The latest Peugeot's were favourites for the race and when they rolled out to
the starting grid were met with rapturous applause from the partisan crowd. In
contrast the Mercedes team were met with silence. Georges Boillot gave all he
had with a magnificent drive and took the lead from Max Sailer's Mercedes
after engine failure saw the fastest lap setters' race end. Boillot kept the lead
until the final lap when a wrecked engine left him devastated and in tears, his
race in tatters powerless to stop a tremendous 1-2-3 for Mercedes led by
Christian Lautenschlager in car No.28.

The Peugeot EX5 was very successful at the Indianapolis 500 winning twice in
1916 and 1919. The 1916 race was shortened to 300 miles and remains the
only Indianapolis 500 intentionally shortened below the 500 miles. When the
race resumed after WW1 in 1919 it was back to 500 miles.

1/32 Wheelbase : 85mm
1914 French GP - DNF - No.5 Georges Boillot
(Scalextric Digital Compatible†)
All cars in the Titan range suit the unique
digital compatible
Titan chassis with working
leaf spring suspension all round and front
wheel steering!
1919 Indianapolis 500 Winner - No.3 Howdy Wilcox
†Scalextric Digital compatible by adding C7005 chip (not included)
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for a step-by-step guide to
building a Titan...
1914 French GP - DNF - No.5 Georges Boillot
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1916/19 Indianapolis 500 Winners - Decals included for both cars
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1916 Indianapolis 500 Winner - No.17 Dario Resta