1989 SPICE SE 89C
Winner of the C2 class at the 24 hours of Le Mans of 1990
24 hours of Le Mans in 1990 and 1991
Developed and driven by two legends of Le Mans
Certainly one of the best SPICE SE89 C2
Configuration 100% correct to the current C2 regulation of the Group C serie
Only two owners since new. Kept from 1990 to 2012 by Mr Iacobelli. Since 2012 with the current owner.
Never crashed in period or in modern races
Great racing history with Le Mans in 1990 and 1991. Victory at the 24 Hours of le Mans in 1990 C2 class.
The lightest car on the grid of the Le Mans 1990 at 756 kg
Ok Geoff Richardson Cosworth DFZ V8 3.5L for the Group C2 modern Group C2 series
Owned and developed by a well known professional pilot who participated no less than 10 times to the 24 hours of Le Mans
Maintained and developed by Lucien Monté, a legend of Le Mans who took part to more than 35 editions of Le Mans 24 hours race
6 Speeds Hewland gearbox
Eligible for Group C Serie, Daytona 24 Hours Classic, Sebring Classic, and Le Mans Classic
The Group C Junior category allowed independent manufacturers to compete in what was at the time a hotly contested category. Prototypes with lower approval weights thus emerged. Mainly powered by the famous V8 Cosworth engine from F1, the most successful Group C Junior cars were produced by Gordon Spice. Representative of this category, the SPICE SE89C chassis 09 is offered for sale. It won the Group C Junior Le Mans 24 Hours race in 1990, which was the last race in that category before it merged with Group C.
Price on request
: Aluminum unibody and honeycomb
: Kevlar Carbon Fiber
: Geoff Richardson DFZ Cosworth 3.5 liter
: 540 HP @ 10,200 rpm
: Hewland 6 speeds
: 760 kg