This unique factory car competed in the 2001, 2002, and 2003 FIA GT.
Made by Lister Cars, a low volume British automaker, the Lister Storm was a homologated GT racing car that kicked off in 1993. Enlisted a massive engine, the Lister Storm got the largest V12 engine to be put into a car since a World War II wear Jaguar with 7.0-liter engine. The Storm would go on to be developed for motorsports in different configurations, with this one being the GT. You have a unique opportunity to this 2001 Lister Storm GT From The Guikas Collection, thanks to RM Sotheby’s.
This particular example of the Lister Storm GT is chassis number GTM0005, and was built in 2001. It was entered by Lister Racing in FIA GT Championships as a factory car, scoring five podium finishes and finishing 2nd Silverstone and the same at the Spa 24 Hours in 2002. It gained a first place finish at Anderstorp and second at Monza in 2003.
After this, in 2004, the Lister was sold by Lister Racing to Fournier Laroque of French team Red Racing. The driver would go on to bring the car into the winner’s circle with Lister factory backing in the FFSA GT Championship during 2005 and 2006. It was crashed and rebuilt to the configuration it sported in 2003. In 2008, under new ownership, it was invited to attend Goodwood Festival of Speed, and it was one of the most recent appearances.
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