1992 Lola T92/10 Group C

Another car, from the last hurrah for Group C, from the early 1990s.  This is the Lola T92/10 which utilized a Judd built V10 Formula 1 engine, very similar to the all conquering Peugeot 905 of the same era.  This video is from 19Bozzy92.

It was so special to see this particular Group C prototype stretches its legs around Circuit Paul Ricard during the 2019 Dix Mille Tours racing weekend by Peter Auto. The T92/10 was built in 1992 by Lola Cars and it was designed to look more like a covered Formula car than a prototype. A lot of windtunnel development was done achieving extraordinarily high down-force figures combined with modest drag giving the car a very high lift-to-drag’ ratio. Following the new 3.5-litre Group C rules they opted for the Judd GV10 engine already used in Formula 1 during those years. #LolaT9210 #JuddV10 #GroupCRacing

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International racing fan for over 20 years. I follow Formula One, Indycars, sports cars, touring cars and other varied forms of racing within and outside the U.S. I am a recent college graduate and have been following the world of car racing since childhood.

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