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Originally dispatched to Skea Racing International in Perth, Australia, in December 1999, this 996 GT3 R began its racing campaign at the 24 Hours of Daytona on February 6 2000. Piloted by Lloyd Hawkins, Johnny Mowlem, David Murry, and Rohan Skea, it finished in 39th position overall. Mowlem and Murry rejoined forces for the 12 Hours of Sebring in March 2000, clinching 11th overall and an impressive 2nd in the GT class. Subsequent endeavours in the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) unfolded at Charlotte, and the car also competed in the 500 Kilometres of Silverstone, leading up to its entry at Le Mans that summer.

Commencing on 18 June 2000, adorned with race number 82, the 911 was driven by Murry, Mowlem, and Sascha Maassen, in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. After conquering 304 laps, it finished in 2nd place in the GT category and 17th overall. Returning to ALMS action in July, Mowlem and Murry drove to to 2nd place in the GT category at the 1,000 Kilometres of Nürburgring. The ALMS saga continued at various iconic locations, concluding its 2000 campaign with appearances at the Laguna Seca Raceway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, and Adelaide Street Circuit.

Race History:

24 Hours of Daytona - 5/6 February 2000 - 21st IC      
12 Hours of Sebring - 18 March 2000 - 2nd IC        
Grand Prix of Charlotte - 1 April 2000 - 5th - IC   
500 Kilometres of Silverstone - 13 May 2000 – 23rd IC
24 Hours of Le Mans - 17/18 June 2000 - 2nd IC
1,000 Kilometres of Nürburgring - 9 July 2000 - 2nd IC       
Grand Prix of Sears Point - 23 July 2000 - 10th IC
Grand Prix of Mosport - 6 August 2000 - 7th IC
Grand Prix of Texas - September 2000 - 5th IC
Rose City Grand Prix - 10 September 2000 - 5th IC
Petit Le Mans - 30 September 2000 - 16th IC
Monterey Sports Car Championships - 15 October 2000 - 13th IC
Grand Prix of Las Vegas  29 October 2000 - 5th IC
Race of a Thousand Years - 31 December 2000 - 8th IC 
1,000 Kilometres of Estoril - 15 July 2001  - 9th IC
ELMS at Most - 5 August 2001 - DNF                      
The car stayed in secure storage in Australia until 2018, when it was subsequently transported to the UK and went into the care of its owner via Prill Porsche Classics. In March 2023, Gerd Schmid, former Porsche Motorsport Production Manager, confirmed the cars well documented history. The car then underwent meticulous race preparation at BS Motorsport in Aylesbury, including an engine leakdown test, dynamometer run, new alternator installation, component crack testing, and other essential enhancements.

This thrilling 996-generation Porsche GT3 R is highly eligible and ready to race in Masters Endurance Legends or the Peter Auto Endurance Racing Legends series, to continue its racing career. 

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