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-Ex-Works/Team ORECA
-24 Hours of Le Mans GTS Class Winner (7th Overall)
-12 Hours of Sebring GTS Class Winner (7th Overall)
-Winner of 7 of 10 ALMS Races In The 2000 Season
-2000 American Le Mans Series GTS Class Champion
-Concours Quality Restoration To Exacting Le Mans Specification
-Complete With Numerous Spares & Wendlinger's Le Mans Winning Race Suit

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Following an undefeated 1999 season in the American Le Mans Series (ALMS), and repeat success at the 24hrs of Le Mans and the aforementioned yet staggering overall win at the Rolex 24hrs of Daytona, Viper positioned itself as amongst the most successful production-based American sports cars ever. Built-in February of 1999 and prepared for the 2000 season, we are introduced to the vehicle offered here, chassis GTSR C31. It is one of the final Chrysler Factory Works Team cars and differs significantly over customer cars thanks to specialized skunkworks components. Throughout its tenure, GTSR C31 (C31) ran as both numbers 51 and 91.

Campaigned as vehicle no. 91, C31 was fielded by the 1999 ALMS Driver’s Champion Olivier Beretta alongside ’99 Driver’s Champion Runner-up Karl Wendlinger and Le Mans winner Dominique Dupuy for that year’s ALMS. The schedule was greatly expanded upon from the previous season including an additional four races, three of which held outside the US- the ACO’s 24hrs of Le Mans, bookended by ALMS races 3 and 4. The 12hr endurance race at Sebring on March 18 marked the team’s first pursuit. The result is a class victory for C31, and a 1-2-3 finish for Viper Team ORECA making for a fabulous photo finish in a display of utter dominance by the now legendary team.

The thirteen-mile circuit at the 2000 Grand Prix of Charlotte would be next. C31 would take its class victory, and claim 7th overall.

The third round of the 2000 season is the first ALMS race held outside North America. C31 would once again take a class victory, placing 8th overall.

The ACO’s 24hrs of Le Mans in June 2000 would fit here. Karl Wendlinger, Olivier Beretta, and Dominique Dupuy drive C31 (as car 51) to Viper Team ORECA’s third straight class victory. The 333-lap finish is Viper’s best Le Mans performance to date. Given the serious competition that the Pratt & Miller’ C5R posed, the win is one of the most significant as the pressures to overcome another American-Born racecar deepened the Viper-Corvette rivalry.

The ALMS continued in Europe for Round 4. However, due to it being so close to Le Mans, ORECA would run C35 at this race which took a class win at the 1000km of Nurburgring, placing 8th overall. C31 did not compete here.

C31 breaks its winning streak in Round 5 at Sears Point, albeit marginally. C31 would place 2nd in class and 9th overall behind its sibling ORECA Viper driven by Donohue and Archer.

Round 6 raced Mosport. C31 would take a class win and place 4th overall.

The Corvette takes a class win in Round 7. C31 and ORECA would complete the journey around the Grand Prix of Texas circuit a mere 3 laps below the best Corvette, with a 10th overall placement.

C31 takes the Round 8 class victory at the Rose City Grand Prix in Portland, OR, and places 10th overall.

The 2000 Petit Le Mans took place at Road Atlanta. C31 was in first place and dominated the entire race until an untimely failed battery on the last pit stop caused an unexpected delay resulting in C31 placing 4th in class, and 12th overall.

C31 would claim the title of class victor again and place 8th overall at the 2000 Monterey Sports Car Championship, Round 10 at Laguna Seca Raceway.

The penultimate ALMS race, the Grand Prix of Las Vegas, proved yet again to be a class win for C31 and ORECA, 7th overall.

The 2000 Race of a Thousand Years, an endurance circuit in Australia on New Year’s Eve, was the final of the twelve ALMS races. Uniquely, this is the sole instance of an ALMS race at this circuit. C31 would again take class victory, its ninth instance that season and 3rd overall.

This example was nearly unbeatable winning 7 of 10 ALMS races it entered in the GTS Class. In total, 10 wins throughout the 2000 season for Team ORECA easily gave them ALMS Championship, with 266 total points, capping a three-year win streak. Second place was claimed by the Porsche GT2, 82 points back. More importantly, though, Viper beat its biggest rival, the factory-backed Corvette C5-R, by a staggering 130 points. History was written in dominating fashion but all good things come to an end. 2000 would be the last year of the factory-backed Team Oreca Vipers. C31 is widely regarded as one of the winningest Viper’s in history and is arguably one of the most significant race cars of our generation.

Today, the great masters remain in the highest of institutions. The Simeone Foundation in Philadelphia, PA retains the sole remaining 1921 Duesenberg, which raced the 1921 French Grand Prix, the year of the first international win for an American car. Simeone, too, retains the most original Cobra Daytona Coupe and Le Mans raced GT40 MKii. As younger generations of car enthusiasts grow old, it will be the legendary Viper GTS R of this glorious time period that will be welcomed alongside the aforementioned cars above in commemoration of America’s continued racing success abroad. By 2001, ORECA had as much as three class wins with the Viper at Le Mans and a championship on both sides of the Atlantic.

Now in the 20th Anniversary of its championship, Viper C31 is offered to the public. Of the three Le Mans winning Vipers, Chassis C7, victor of the 1998 Le Mans, is owned and maintained by Chrysler residing in their private collection and will never be sold. Chassis C22, the 1999 victor, is in a private collection overseas and will also likely never be sold. It is this car, GTSR C31 with it’s all original drivetrain, the sole Le Mans winning example in private hands in the United States, regarded as one of the winningest Viper’s in history, that is now available to the public.

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