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BH Auction has your 2020 historic racing needs sorted

If you haven’t yet found a historic competition car for the 2020 season? Then a new year’s trip to Oyama in Japan for BH Auction’s Super GT Auction might well be in order. Here’s our take on the star-studded catalogue…

From a genuine Autodelta-built Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA Corsa from 1965 to a battle-scarred 2016 Porsche 911 GT3-R, the catalogue for BH Auction’s Super GT Auction, which takes place on 10 January in Oyama, has your every historic motorsport need catered for ahead of the 2020 season – whether you want to tackle the Tour Auto or join 100 other modern endurance legends parading at Le Mans Classic. 

There are some seriously significant racing cars offered, too. Take the BMW 320ST that won the Nürburgring 24 Hours in 1995 and the 24 Hours of Spa in 1996 and 1997. What’s more, it’s never been crashed and remains in its original and evocative Bastos livery. It’s estimated to sell for 22–28m JPY when it crosses the block in the new year. 

Although the Porsche 935 K3/80 was a customer car converted from a 930 Turbo and has no major races on its period résumé, it’s still a genuine Kremer-built example and is finished in arguably the best 935 livery: that for Jägermeister Racing. You can find all the highlights from the catalogue, which also include a gorgeous Group 4-specification Lancia Stratos and a Michelotto-built 2014 Ferrari F430 GTC, listed in the Classic Driver Market

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You can find the entire catalogue for BH Auction’s Super GT Auctions, taking place on 10 January in Oyama, listed in the Classic Driver Market