One of my favourite makes, although I always say that, love the challenge of doing bespoke flowers💛 sadly this was made for my friends partner Aaron, he was absolutely car mad so wanted a Lamborghini 💛
Who else is antsy to get back in a race car?? 🙋♂️🙋♂️ We're still two weeks away from Round 4 of the Michelin Pilot Challenge. Sharing some of our favorite photos from Mid-Ohio to hold us over! What events are you looking forward to this Summer?!?
The Chevrolet Corvette GTP was an American Grand Touring Prototype-class sports prototype racing car which successfully participated in the IMSA Camel GT from 1984 until 1989. The car was professionally fielded in competition as General Motors' Chevrolet Corvette C4 official factory team effort in the IMSA GTP class. Prior to 1984, Chevrolet naturally aspirated V8s and Buick turbocharged V6s were popular engines in the GTP class for privateer teams. However General Motors (GM) saw the opportunity to enter the IMSA GT Championship for themselves in the 1984 season in competing against Jaguar, Porsche, Nissan, and Mazda, but more importantly to expand and explore the limits of the V8 and V6 engine programs. General Motors' Chevrolet Corvette C4 race engineering team developed the car partnering with Lola Cars International, who had previous experience building cars for Mazda, to build their own chassis dubbed the Corvette GTP. Following testing on an older Lola T600 equipped with a Chevrolet V8, an all new car was built, identified as the T710. The first chassis was delivered to General Motors in 1984 and outfitted with a 3.4-litre turbocharged V6 built by Ryan Falconer, a destroked version of the 4.3-liter Chevrolet V6. A second chassis, known as T711 used a Chevrolet Corvette C4-derived 5.7-liter naturally aspirated V8 developing 800 hp, and was campaigned by Lee Racing. The cars featured bodywork similar to a Chevrolet Corvette C4 at the front, with a long pontoon-style tail featuring Corvette tail lights. Large side intakes would feed the radiators while the V6 turbocharged chassis had a snorkel built into the top of the fender to feed the turbocharger. Body evolution over the next few years included a change to the side intake and exploring a short tail layout and dual element rear wing. #vintageracing#vintage#classicracing#classic#history#racing#racer#oldschool#olddays#oldtimes#oldstyle#oneofakind#respect#legend#passion#champion#winner