Lot 158
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50000 - 80000 EUR
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Result : 59 100EUR
Unregistered competition vehicle Car prepared by Kronos Racing with the financial support of the Sochalian firm, having won the 1999 and 2000 editions of the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps! A real race car in one of the most powerful GTI of the time. Presented in its strict original configuration as it crossed the finish line! Still equipped with its original engine, gearbox and custom AMP roll bar. Never been modified since. Please note that the airbox and the entire exhaust system are missing. Developed to meet the requirements of the Belgian Procar Championship, the Peugeot 306 GTI Procar was introduced for the 1998 season with a 2 litre engine prepared by Pipo Moteurs and was driven to the top of the podium the following year with the trio of drivers, Emmanuel Collard, Anthony Beltoise and Frédéric Bouvy, and then in 2000 with the crew Frédéric Bouvy, Kurt Mollenkens and Didier Defourny. Created in 1994, Kronos Racing won its first international title with this car and dominated the category for the next three years before moving on to the World Rally Championship with Sébastien Loeb and Daniel Elena who won their third world title in 2006 in the colours of Kronos Racing! The car was carefully kept at Kronos Racing until the death of its founder Jean-Pierre Mondron. A few years later, it was sold to the owner, who has entrusted it to us for sale. It is important to note that this car was the last touring car to win the 24 Hours of SpaFrancorchamps before the transition to GT. It is therefore an important link in the history of the Belgian circuit, but also for the Sochaux-based firm, which managed to win another major international title with the 306! The racing suit with which Fred Bouvy (double winner of the 24 Hours of SpaFrancorchamps) crossed the finish line will be given to the buyer.
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