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As of 1/20/22 car has 29.2 hours on engine, gear box and all work done in 2019
2014 Porsche Cup 991.1
Raced in SCCA 2019 Runoffs @ VIR.
All work below done in 2019.
• 3.8 Engine rebuilt by Autometrics
• Rebuilt gearbox- Copans
• All 4 SACHS dampers rebuilt
• New SACHS slave cylinder
• Axles rebuilt
• New PMNA steering rack
• 2 New set Forgeline red powder coat wheels
• New starter
• Fire bottle serviced
• New windshield tear offs
• Shifttec serviced compressor and cylinder for paddle shift
• New battery 700 CCA 875 CA GT3
• Fuel cell foam replace 6/21
• New fuel pumps replaced 6/21
• ABS installed 2021
• Chillout system 2021
• Garmin Catalyst installed 2021
1999 Twin Turbo Jennifer Fund 993
This is the last air cooled Porsche to podium at the 24 Hours of Daytona! The Twin Turbo Jennifer Fund 993 has been completely rebuilt with a modern AIM engine management system. The car is available to be purchased if you want to own not only a major piece of Porsche history, but one of the fastest 993 Twin Turbos on the market.
This is the last car that Champion ran as an S1 entry, with the composite floor and CR-001 stamped on the chassis. It ran one race like this (Stuck/Adam) at Sebring 3hr before Danny Marshall bought it, then once again in the same configuration later that year in the fall at Sebring again (Law/Marshall finished 2nd in GT1 class between 2 Panoz cars) in a more plain white and blue livery.
The car was then converted to RSR and was 2nd at the Daytona 24 the following Feb in the same white/blue trim (Law, Murry, Marshall) before having an accident at Road Atlanta that led to the tub replacement (same GT2 Motorsports tub that Champion used and transferred the parts over, still have the damaged original tub too) and subsequent all blue livery for the foundation in Steve Marshall's daughters name.
It finished 2nd at Mid-Ohio (Law, Wagner) in the first outing after the tub replacement with the all "Jennifer Fund" blue livery (USRRC '99 GT), and ran some more races that season, then 3rd in GTU Daytona 24 in 2000. It was the last air-cooled Porsche on the podium at Daytona.
In 2001 the car was back to the Turbo engine and won the GTS Grand Am Championship. Porsche Motorsports adapted the EVO engine to the GTS rules of the day, Brian Copans did the gearbox work.
The car is just finishing a refresh-Paul Willison completed the engine and the chassis has been gone through, repainted and everything is back together again. It has been on the chassis dyno and sorted. It is ready to use.
The engine has a modern (and very serviceable) new Vi-PEC V88 Engine Management System featuring an AIM MXL Pista Dash and electronic boost control, all installed by Apex Speed Technology May 2011 with a very conservative (dyno tuned) 510 hp map in the car and it still has the Grand AM spec inlet restrictors installed. It should easily be good for over 700 without the restrictors.