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1989 SPICE SE89C C2


Victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1990 in C2

Only two owners

24 hours of Le Mans in 1990 and  1991 - C2 victory in 1990

Prepared,   maintained and driven by legends of Le Mans

  • Definitely one of the best SPICE SE89 C2

  • 100% compliant with C2 regulations of the modern Group C series

  • Only two owners. Kept from 1990 to 2012 by Olindo Iacobelli who piloted it. Then by its current owner

  • Never damaged at the time or in modern races

  • Superb history with two  participations in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and in particular a victory in category C2 at the 24 Hours of  Mans in  1990 

  • Last car to win a race in category C2

  • The lightest car in the 1990 24 Hours of Le Mans weighing weighing only 756 kg

  • Motorized by a motor  Cosworth DFZ V8 3.5 L prepared by Geoff Richardson which is the best configuration for  modern races in category C2

  • Developed and piloted by its current owner who is a former French professional pilot with extensive experience including no less than 10 participations  at the 24 hours of Le Mans

  • Maintained and prepared by Lucien Monté, a legend of Le Mans having  more than 35 participations in the 24 hours of Le Mans 

  • a  particularly well-known and documented history. Since its acquisition in 2012, a series of articles retraces  all the steps necessary to get it back on track as well as its participation in Group C races

  • Victory of the C2 category at Le Mans Legend 2012

  • 6-speed Hewland gearbox

  • Eligible for Group C Serie, Daytona 24 Hours Classic, Sebring Classic, and Le Mans Classic races


The Group C Junior category allowed independent manufacturers to compete in a highly contested category at the time. Prototypes benefiting from lower homologation weights have thus emerged. Mainly powered by the famous Cosworth V8 engine from F1, the most successful Group C Junior were produced by Gordon Spice. Representative of the category, the SPICE SE89 chassis 09 is offered for sale and offers the opportunity to buy the best C2. It won the Group C Junior category at the 1990 24 Hours of Le Mans, which was the last race in the category before it merged with Group C.


Technical characteristics




Chassis No.








: SE 89C

: 1989

: 09

: Aluminum monocoque and honeycomb

: Kevlar Carbon  

: COSWORTH V8 DFZ  3.5 liters

: 540  ch. @ 10  000 rpm

: Hewland 6  speeds

: 760 kg

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