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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1983 - 1986
Numbers built:9
Designed by:Gianpaulo Dallara
Predecessor:Lancia LC1
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:December 28, 2015
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Chassis 0001 The very first LC2 built, this car was entered for the 1983 season opening Monza 1000 km. Unfortunately, the car was crashed in practice by Piercarlo Ghinzani and was not raced. Repaired, it was entered for the 24 Hours of Le Mans later in the year. Driven by Alessandro Nann>>>

Chassis 0002 The second LC2 built, chassis 0002 was raced extensively by the Martini backed factory team throughout the 1983 season with a victory in the Imola 1000 km as the highlight of the year. It was briefly pressed back into service during 1985 when it qualified on pole twice but c>>>

Chassis 0003/B This car started life in 1983 as chassis 0003 and as such was campaigned extensively by the Martini works team and also loaned to privateer Jolly Club. Highlight in its racing career was a victory in the 1985 Spa 1000 km. While run by the Sponsor Gest Team, it was heavily cr>>>

Chassis 0005 Constructed ahead of the 1984 season, chassis 0005 was campaigned for the better part of two seasons in the World Championship. Following its debut at Monza, Bob Wollek qualified the car on pole at Le Mans and it lead the race until dropping down the order with gearbox issue>>>

Chassis 0006 First raced at the 1984 Monza 1000 km race, this LC2 served throughout that year's World Championship. At its debut, Mauro Baldi and Paoia Barilla finished third overall. For Le Mans, it was finished in the colours of a French sponsor and raced with little luck by Beppe Gabb>>>

Chassis 0007 Completed in 1985, this was the last LC2 built for the factory Lancia Martini Racing team. It was pressed into service late in the year and was immediately driven to third at Brands Hatch by Bob Wollek, Andrea de Cesaris and Mauro Baldi. Its next outing was at the Monza 360 >>>

Chassis 0008 Italian entrant Gianni Mussato commissioned Dallara to build him an additional LC2 ahead of the 1989 season. Although built without factory support, it is identical to the earlier cars. Fielded by Mussato Action Car, it was raced extensively during the 1989 season by >>>

Chassis 0009 Following the accident with his first car at Le Mans, Musatto had Dallara built another LC2. Chassis 0009 was first raced under the Veneto Equipe banner at the Suzuka World Sports Car Championship race. It crashed out, and did again at the subsequent Monza round. It was then>>>

  Article Image gallery (151) Chassis (8) Specifications