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2011 Lola B1143 IMSA Race CarPosted by WindingRoad about 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Originally fitted with a Honda HPD HR28TT V6/60 deg. 4v 2799cc twin turbo engine
Lola HT six-speed sequential gearbox
Carbon fiber monocoque
Double wishbone, pushrod actuated coil spring suspension
LMP2 Class Winner at the 2011 Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring (17th overall)
10th overall at the 2011 6 Ore di Imola
LMP2 Class Winner at the 2011 Time Warner Cable Road Race Showcase - Road America
Penned by Lola designer Julian Sole, the open-cockpit Lola B1140 chassis was the first car to be designed for the then-new “low cost” LMP2 formula as created by the Automobile Club de l’Quest. Available with BMW, Ford, Honda Performance Development, Jaguar, Nissan and Toyota powerplant options, the B1140 enabled almost any privateer race team access to the cost-capped world of LMP2 on racing’s biggest stages.
This formerly HPD-powered example offers race-proven performance, having won the LMP2 class at Sebring in 2011 and again at Road America that same year. This car, along with the ARX-03s also for sale, carried Level 5 Motorsports to the 2011 ALMS LMP2 Team Championship as well as the 2011 LMP2 Drivers’ Championship.
Please note this vehicle is being sold on Bill of Sale only
This car is part of the Level 5 Motorsports auction to be held by Auctions America on May 11-13 in Auburn, Indiana. Level 5 was a prominent sports car team, running in IMSA and at the club level until Scott Tucker, the money behind the team, got in trouble with the federal government for his payday loan business operations. Level 5 had a partnership with Kelly-Moss, so the cars were maintained and operated at a high level.Contact Seller »