Chassis no.0060 was built in 2005 and is one of the 16 cars made.
It was bought new by a German racing team called "Zakspeed" and entered in the FIA GT Championship. At that time, the car was driven by Sascha Bert and the Czech Jaroslav Janis and won two races: Brno and Hungaroring.
In 2007, the car was sold to the Belgian team PK-Carsport who entered the car in the 2008 FIA GT Championship. The drivers were Anthony Kumpen and Bert Longin, both from Belgium. The car ended the year by a win is San Luis - Argentina after a long and epic race.
In 2009, the car changed hands and was bought by an Austrian team called "Full Speed Racing".
In 2011, the car passed in the hands of its last owner before we bought it.
He decided to restore it, including an engine rebuild by RS Touring. Parts were supplied by Franz Konrad, one of the top S7 R Specialists. The car returned to the livery it had with Zakspeed in the period.
The car is sold with a spare parts package. It is in operational condition but should naturally be subjected to normal pre-race safety checks and set up.
Eligible for the Masters Endurance Legends, Global endurance Legends ...