2002 Dallara SP1LMP900/LMP1 - Judd V10 - Veteran of two Le Mans 24hr
Year of manufacture2002
We are delighted to offer one of the most beautiful sports prototypes of the past 30 years, the Dallara-Judd SP1. This stunning LMP900/LMP1 car has a rich international racing history, is one of the greatest sounding cars on earth thanks to its Judd V10 engine, and is a front-runner in the Endurance Racing Legends series. SP1 chassis 006 has competed at Le Mans twice (2002/2005), leading overall in 2005, and has only ever had two owners, both being the teams that ran it at Le Mans – Oreca and Rollcentre Racing. It also wore one of the great Le Mans liveries of the modern age, the beautiful blue-streaked PlayStation colours of Le Mans 2002.
Founded in 1972, Dallara has been responsible for the design and/or construction of many endurance racing greats, from the Lancia LC1 and LC2, to the Ferrari 333 SP and mythical F50 GT1, to the Toyota TS020 GT-One, Audi R8 LMP and in more recent times Daytona Prototype and DPi cars. The SP1 is one of the great chapters in the company’s history, during a fabulous era in sports-prototype competition, and was a true threat to the factory efforts from Audi, Bentley, Chrysler, Panoz, Cadillac.
Today chassis 006 is still prepared by Martin Short’s original Rollcentre team, who have been running the car since 2004. Whilst it is truly race-ready, the car has remained highly original and unmolested, and has always been powered by the howling Judd GV4 V10. Being a two-owner car, and only ever run by top professional outfits, chassis 006 has always been maintained as if it were still competing at world championship level. It is also equipped with a fabulous spares package, enough to keep the car running for many, many years.
This wonderful carbon-tubbed LMP car is truly the ultimate weapon for Peter Auto’s hugely popular Endurance Racing Legends series, and with its easily serviceable 650bhp Judd V10, and fabulous chassis, will suit professional and gentleman driver alike.
Please contact us for full race history and details.