2000 | Lister Storm GT

 

Price on request

 

Lister Storm GT

Lister Storm GT

Lister Storm GT

Lister Storm GT

Lister Storm GT

Lister Storm GT

Lister Storm GT

Lister Storm GT

Lister Storm GT

Lister Storm GT

Lister Storm GT

Lister Storm GT

Lister Storm GT
Lister Storm GT
Lister Storm GT
Lister Storm GT
Lister Storm GT
Lister Storm GT
Lister Storm GT
Lister Storm GT
Lister Storm GT
Lister Storm GT
Lister Storm GT
Lister Storm GT
2000 | Lister Storm GT

Price on request

 

United Kingdom

 
Racing car
402/546 kw/hp
Gregor Fisken

Fiskens

  • Vehicle details

    Vehicle data
    Make Lister
    Model Storm
    Model name Storm GT
    Year of manufacture 2000
    Technical details
    Body style Racing car
    Body detail Racing car
    Power (kw/hp) 402/546
    Cubic capacity (ccm) 6,996
    Cylinders 12
    Doors 2
    Steering Right (RHD)
    Transmission Manual
    Drive Rear
    Front Brake Disc
    Rear Brake Disc
    Fuel Petrol
    Individual configuration
    Exterior colour Black
    Interior colour Black
    Interior material Alcantara

Description

  • FIA GT Drivers’ Championship winner 2000, with Jamie Campbell- Walter and Julian Bailey
  • With Lister Racing from 2000-2002, also securing 2000 Team Championship, later with British privateers Création Autosportif in FIA GT and other events
  • Extensive race history, including 4th place in 2003 GT Championship with Verdon-Roe, and 2004 appearance in Spa 24 hours
  • 7-litre V-12 derived from Le Mans-winning sports prototype Jaguar-TWR XJR-9 Group C
  • Carbon fibre body, over aluminium honeycomb chassis
  • Race ready today, offered direct from her period driver

This FIA GT Championship winning Lister Storm offers the opportunity to acquire an all- British homologated GT racer, direct from period driver Bobby Verdon-Roe. Ready for historic racing, this front-engine competion GT remains a superbly capable, and ever so-British weapon.

The idea for the Lister Storm competition model was sparked in 1994, with the GT class about to return. Laurence Pearce, the man behind the rebirth of the legendary sports cars of Brian Lister, had found a limited market for his Jaguar-engined Lister Storm road car. With just four produced, including the first for the Sultan of Brunei, Pearce decided to take the Storm racing.

The Storm GT1 made its debut in the 1995 Le Mans, with a TWR engine sourced from the Group C Jaguar. A genuine race-bred GTS appeared in 1996, 200 kg lighter with a carbon fibre body. Eighteen of several types were made over the next ten years, for the works and privateers. After winning the 1999 British GT Championship (GT1 and GT2), the next year Campbell-Walter and Baily clinched the Drivers’ and Team Champion- ships for Lister—we are offering that championship-winning car.

After another season with the works, GTM002 was acquired by Création Autosportif, a partnership of Group C racer Mike Jankowski and ex-Lister crew chief Ian Bickerton. With Bobby Verdon-Roe, Peter Snowdon, and later Jamie Campbell-Walter driving (among others), GTM002 was actively campaigned until 2006. With Verdon-Roe the car ran to 4th place in the 2003 GT Championship, including a best finish of 2nd that season.

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Fiskens Fine Historic Automobiles

14 QUEENS GATE PLACE MEWS

SW7 5BQ London

+44 20 7584 3503

Gregor Fisken

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United Kingdom SW7 5BQ London
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14 QUEENS GATE PLACE MEWS
United Kingdom SW7 5BQ London
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Gregor Fisken
14 QUEENS GATE PLACE MEWS
United Kingdom SW7 5BQ London
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14 QUEENS GATE PLACE MEWS
United Kingdom SW7 5BQ London
Gregor Fisken
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