Originally built by 24 Hours of Le Mans class winner and Daytona Rolex 24hrs overall/Daytona Prototype winner Jim Bell/Bell Motorsports with all the tricks of the trade. Multiple race wins and podiums with Terry Bocheller and Forest Barber in Grand Am Cup GSII class. Uprated later to run in German VLN Nurburgring, Nurburgring 24hrs, and Bahrain 24hrs with Ralf Kelleners and Kelleners Sport. Last raced in '07. Refit by Kelleners Sport after '07 Bahrain event with fresh 3.2 Euro spec engine, Shrick Camshafts, runs on premium pump gas. 2700lbs. Numerous spares. Endurance fuel cell installed. Sprint cell with multiple pumps included. Is fitted with light weight doors and hood. Idle since Kelleners' refit. Cleaned up, and track tested March 2010. Please note: This car was wrecked in mid season with Barber/Borchellor and re-tubbed with another chassis by Aasco, and then rebuilt by Bell Motorsports back to original and upgraded GSII spec - going on to more podiums and wins with Barber/Borchellor.
Recent Competition History
Race wins at Daytona Motor Speedway, Mosport, Mont Tremblant, California Motor Speedway, and others. Car was featured in Roundel, January 2003 "Staying Power", and September 2006 "Yank at the 'Ring"
Class: GSII, VLN 6
Weight: 2700 lbs
Engine Builder: Kelleners Motorsport
Type: 6 cylinder
Fuel Type: Premium pump fuel 93 octane
Type: 5 speed
Differential: (1) 4:10, (2) 3:64
Shocks: JRZ '07, some Moton's as spares
Wheels: 36 total.
Color/Finish: Silver, red, white
Fire System: yes
Steering Wheel: Momo
36 wheels total. Several sets of mounted tires, slicks and rains.