There was a lot to see at the recent Retromobile show in Paris. Today, we have picked out two GT racers that particularly captured our attention. First up is the Nissan R390 GT1, which raced at Le Mans in 1998. One of just eight built, chassis R8 is unique in that it is the only example in private hands. Of a slightly earlier vintage is this Porsche 935/81 'Moby Dick'. The first of two, it was built by Joest Racing using Porsche-supplied drawings of the legendary 935/78 'Moby Dick'. Chassis JR-001 was raced in period by Joest Racing and also by Gianpiero Moretti. Honouring the latter history, it has now been completely restored to the instantly recognisable MOMO colours used when Moretti raced it.
Among the most highly anticipated cars due to debut in Geneva next week is the Czinger 21C. The California-based start-up have now released the full details of the hybrid hypercar. It packs a 1,232 bhp punch thanks to the combination of a mid-mounted twin-turbo V8 engine and a pair of electric motors connected to the front wheels. The 21C's production methods are also cutting edge and many components are created using 3d-printing.

Enjoy the links:

2020 Automobili Pininfarina Battista Anniversario

2020 Czinger 21C

1998 Nissan R390 GT1 (R8)

1981 Porsche 935/81 'Moby Dick' (JR-001)