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Country of origin:Italy
Produced in:1982
Numbers built:4
Predecessor:Lancia Beta Montecarlo Turbo
Successor:Lancia LC2
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:July 26, 2012
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Chassis: 0002
The second Lancia LC1 built, chassis 0002 was used for six of the eight World Endurance Championship rounds. Its best result was the outright victory at the Nürburgring and a class win at Brands Hatch. The LC1 was subsequently part of Sivama's 1983 effort as a coupe. It was returned to Lancia and rebuilt as a Spider. It was then sold to an Italian enthusiast and eventually restored to full running order. Following a spell in the collection of a French historic racer, it was sold during the second half the 2010s through Mike Sheehan to American John Campion. In his stable, it formed part of a formidable collection of Martini liveried Lancia road racers and rally cars. Early in 2020, the entire Campion Martini collection was offered by British dealer Girardo.

Chassis details
Manufactured in 1982
First owner Lancia Martini Racing
Major wins
1982 Nurburgring 1000 km (Michele Alboreto / Teo Fabi / Riccardo Patrese)
Last known location American Private Collection

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  Article Image gallery (42) Chassis (4) 0002 Specifications