Today, we celebrate Turbo Thursday with a detailed look at three great turbocharged racers we shot during the Monterey Car Week. The first and rarest of the trio is this Toyota Eagle GTP Mk II raced to five victories in the IMSA Championship. Built by Dan Gurney's All American Racers, the sophisticated machine is powered by a highly tuned Toyota four-cylinder engine. Although successful, it was eclipsed by the even more successful Mk III. The example in action at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca was the most successful of the six built and displayed for many years in the Fangio Museum before being completely restored to full running order by Canepa for the current owner.
The earliest car featured today and one of the first turbocharged GT racers is this Porsche 934. Shown at the Concours on the Avenue in Carmel by the Sea, this example was raced with some success in both Jagermeister and MOMO colours.
Also boasting distinct liveries was this Porsche 962, which started life as Group C car in Skoal Bandit colours and was then raced by Jim Busby as a BF Goodrich liveried GTP car. In this guise, chassis 962-105 won the 1985 Riverside 600 outright and it still wears these colours today.
Lamborghini, meanwhile, revealed an evolution of the Huracan Super Trofeo. Due to hit the tracks in 2018, the 'Evo' features a revised aero package created with the help of Dallara.

Enjoy the links:

2018 Lamborghini Huracn Super Trofeo Evo - Images, Specifications and Information

1984 Porsche 962 - Chassis 962-105 -

1976 Porsche 934 - Chassis 930 670 0167 -

1989 Toyota Eagle GTP Mk II - Images, Specifications and Information