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Porsche 962C #82

Estoril Classic 2020; 1990 Porsche 962C.
Drivers: Michel LECOURT / Raymond NARAC
With the 962/72 B6 configuration, this is a 3.0 bi-turbo 4V DOCH engine. This Chassis number 962-170, its one of the very last 962 built. This chassis its ordered new to Japanese Trust Racing Team. Was only used for testing and not entered in a single race.

Jaguar XJR 10 #61 I

Estoril Classic 2020, Jaguar XJR 10 1989, Group C/IMSA Racing.
Drivers: Zak Brown and Dario Franchitti. In 1989 TWR made this XR10 with V6 3.0L bi-turbo engine for racing in IMSA and the XJR11 with V6 3.5L bi-turbo to racing in 1989 WSC (Wolrd Sports Car Championship).

Spice SE89C #104

Estoril Classic 2020, 1989 Spice SE89C.
Drivers: Peter FISCHER and Benjamin MONNAY.
Design and constructed by Spice Engineering. With a Ford Cosworth DFZ V8 3.5L naturally aspirated and Hewland DCB 5 speed Manual gearbox. This particular car has the chassis number 2.

Spice SE92 #10

Estoril Classic 2020, 1992 Spice SE92 V8 Chevrolet.
Drivers: Michiel CAMPAGNE and Allard KALF
Design and constructed by Spice Engineering, With a Katech/Chevrolet V8 6.5L naturally aspirated and Hewland 5 speed manual gearbox. This is the very last complete car built by Spice Engineering. Due for the IMSA GTP championship, it featured a slightly narrower windshield and a two-tier rear wing to improve aerodynamic efficiency and increase downforce.

Porsche 962C #82 II Featured

Porsche 962C #82 II

Estoril Classic 2020; 1990 Porsche 962C.
Drivers: Michel LECOURT / Raymond NARAC
With the 962/72 B6 configuration, this is a 3.0 bi-turbo 4V DOCH engine. This Chassis number 962-170, its one of the very last 962 built. This chassis its ordered new to Japanese Trust Racing Team. Was only used for testing and not entered in a single race.

Jaguar XJR 10 #61 II

Estoril Classic 2020, Jaguar XJR 10 1989, Group C/IMSA Racing.
Drivers: Zak Brown and Dario Franchitti. In 1989 TWR made this XR10 with V6 3.0L bi-turbo engine for racing in IMSA and the XJR11 with V6 3.5L bi-turbo to racing in 1989 WSC (Wolrd Sports Car Championship).

ADA 02B #105

Estoril Classic 2020, 1987 ADA 02B Cosworth
Driven by: John Sheldon (GB)/Jerry Mahony (GB)/Ian Harrower (GB) at Le Mans 24 Hours. Built by ADA Engineering, has a Ford Cosworth DFL V8 4V DOHC 3.3L engine. Did not finish the race due to a suspension problem.

Olmas GLT 200 #181

Estoril Classic 2020, 1988 Olmas GLT 200 Cosworth.
Drivers: Bertrand ROUCHAUD and Elie ROUCHAUD.
A unique chassis (001) entered in only three races has group C. It was later modified for use as a hill climb car and raced by Kabibo. In the original configuration it was a Ford Cosworth DFL V8 3.2L4V DOCH engine with a Hewland DGB 5 speed manual gearbox.

Spice SE92 #10

Estoril Classic 2020, 1992 Spice SE92 V8 Chevrolet.
Drivers: Michiel CAMPAGNE and Allard KALF
Design and constructed by Spice Engineering. With a Katech/Chevrolet V8 6.5L naturally aspirated and Hewland 5 speed manual gearbox. This is the very last complete car built by Spice Engineering. Due for the IMSA GTP championship, it featured a slightly narrower windshield and a two-tier rear wing to improve aerodynamic efficiency and increase downforce.

Porsche 962C #82 III

Estoril Classic 2020; 1990 Porsche 962C.
Drivers: Michel LECOURT / Raymond NARAC
With the 962/72 B6 configuration, this is a 3.0 bi-turbo 4V DOCH engine. This Chassis number 962-170, its one of the very last 962 built. This chassis its ordered new to Japanese Trust Racing Team. Was only used for testing and not entered in a single race.

Nissan R90 CK #20

Estoril Classic 2020, 1990 Nissan R90 CK
Drivers: Pierre-Alain France and Erwin France
Designed by Lola for Nissan, the R90CK its powered by the VRH35Z 90º V8. It is a 3.5L 4v DOCH twin turbo with 800BHP in race configuration. This car (photo) is the chassis R90C/6, fielded for Julian Bailey and Mark Blundell, was raced five times in 1990 with two second place finishes as the best result.

Jaguar XJR 10 #61 III

Estoril Classic 2020, Jaguar XJR 10 1989, Group C/IMSA Racing.
Drivers: Zak Brown and Dario Franchitti. In 1989 TWR made this XR10 with V6 3.0L bi-turbo engine for racing in IMSA and the XJR11 with V6 3.5L bi-turbo to racing in 1989 WSC (Wolrd Sports Car Championship).

Porsche 962C #82

Estoril Classic 2020; 1990 Porsche 962C.
Drivers: Michel LECOURT / Raymond NARAC
With the 962/72 B6 configuration, this is a 3.0 bi-turbo 4V DOCH engine. This Chassis number 962-170, its one of the very last 962 built. This chassis its ordered new to Japanese Trust Racing Team. Was only used for testing and not entered in a single race.

Porsche 962C #51

Estoril Classic 2020, 1991 Porsche 962C
Driver: Hans-Jürg Hübner
Porsche 962 CK6 (Chassis number CK6/05-2) raced by Kramer Racing, was powered by Porsche F6 4xOCH 3.0L Twin-turbo engine and driven by Bernd Schneider, Hideki Okada, Manuel Reuter, Harri Toivonen and JJ Letho.

Spice SE89C #104 II

Estoril Classic 2020, 1989 Spice SE89C.
Drivers: Peter FISCHER and Benjamin MONNAY.
Design and constructed by Spice Engineering. With a Ford Cosworth DFZ V8 3.5L naturally aspirated and Hewland DCB 5 speed Manual gearbox. This particular car has the chassis number 2.

Tiga GC288 #129

Estoril Classic 2020, 1988 Tiga GC288 Cosworth.
Run in the WSC group C with a Ford Cosworth DFL V8 3.2L. Chassis number 366, this Tiga was one of two Group C2 specification delivered to the Italian Kelmar Racing Team.

Porsche 962C #82

Estoril Classic 2020; 1990 Porsche 962C.
Drivers: Michel LECOURT / Raymond NARAC
With the 962/72 B6 configuration, this is a 3.0 bi-turbo 4V DOCH engine. This Chassis number 962-170, its one of the very last 962 built. This chassis its ordered new to Japanese Trust Racing Team. Was only used for testing and not entered in a single race.

ADA 02B #105

Estoril Classic 2020, 1987 ADA 02B Cosworth
Driven by: John Sheldon (GB)/Jerry Mahony (GB)/Ian Harrower (GB) at Le Mans 24 Hours. Built by ADA Engineering, has a Ford Cosworth DFL V8 4V DOHC 3.3L engine. Did not finish the race due to a suspension problem.

Jaguar SJR 10 #61 IV

Estoril Classic 2020, Jaguar XJR 10 1989, Group C/IMSA Racing.
Drivers: Zak Brown and Dario Franchitti. In 1989 TWR made this XR10 with V6 3.0L bi-turbo engine for racing in IMSA and the XJR11 with V6 3.5L bi-turbo to racing in 1989 WSC (Wolrd Sports Car Championship).

Jaguar SJR 10 #61 V

Estoril Classic 2020, Jaguar XJR 10 1989, Group C/IMSA Racing.
Drivers: Zak Brown and Dario Franchitti. In 1989 TWR made this XR10 with V6 3.0L bi-turbo engine for racing in IMSA and the XJR11 with V6 3.5L bi-turbo to racing in 1989 WSC (Wolrd Sports Car Championship).

Porsche 962C #51 Featured

Porsche 962C #51

Estoril Classic 2020, 1991 Porsche 962C
Driver: Hans-Jürg Hübner
Estoril Classic 2020, 1991 Porsche 962C
Driver: Hans-Jürg Hübner
Porsche 962 CK6 (Chassis number CK6/05-2) raced by Kramer Racing, was powered by Porsche F6 4xOCH 3.0L Twin-turbo engine and driven by Bernd Schneider, Hideki Okada, Manuel Reuter, Harri Toivonen and JJ Letho.

Tiga GC288 #129

Estoril Classic 2020, 1988 Tiga GC288 Cosworth.
Run in the WSC group C with a Ford Cosworth DFL V8 3.2L. Chassis number 366, this Tiga was one of two Group C2 specification delivered to the Italian Kelmar Racing Team.

ADA 02B #105

Estoril Classic 2020, 1987 ADA 02B Cosworth
Driven by: John Sheldon (GB)/Jerry Mahony (GB)/Ian Harrower (GB) at Le Mans 24 Hours. Built by ADA Engineering, has a Ford Cosworth DFL V8 4V DOHC 3.3L engine. Did not finish the race due to a suspension problem.

Spice SE89C #104 III

Estoril Classic 2020, 1989 Spice SE89C.
Drivers: Peter FISCHER and Benjamin MONNAY.
Design and constructed by Spice Engineering. With a Ford Cosworth DFZ V8 3.5L naturally aspirated and Hewland DCB 5 speed Manual gearbox. This particular car has the chassis number 2.