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Country of origin:United States
Produced from:1996 - 2005
Numbers built:52
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:April 04, 2012
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Chassis C3 A works car, this Viper was first pressed into service by Viper Team Oreca at the 1997 Daytona 24 Hours. Piloted by Olivier Beretta, Tommy Archer and Dominique Dupuy, it finished 15th overall. The next outing was at Le Mans, where the factory team fielded it for Justin Bell,>>>

Chassis C7 One of the most successful Viper GTS-Rs produced, this chassis was raced by 'Viper Team Oreca' for most of the 1997 and 1998 season. It made the type's victorious debut during the first FIA GT race of 1997 at the Hockenheimring. Its final race was the 1998 24 Hours of Le Man>>>

Chassis C13 Built in 1998, this Viper GTS-R was retained by Oreca. For superstitious reasons, because of its chassis number, it was never raced. It was extensively used for testing and made a rare public appearance during the 2002 Le Mans Test as a Larbre Competition entry. For the race>>>

Chassis C20 Built ahead of the 1999 season, this Viper GTS-R was campaigned by Team Oreca in that year's FIA GT Championship. It was driven to victory in the first two rounds of the season by Jean-Philippe Belloc and Dominique Dupuy. C20 was also victorious at the penultimate round of t>>>

Chassis C21 Built ahead of the 1999 season, chassis C21 was one of the Viper Team Oreca cars for the 1999 season. It was briefly raced in Europe including at Silverstone and Le Mans before it was shipped to the United States to compete in the inaugural American Le Mans Series. Repainted>>>

Chassis C23 Chassis C23 was part of the Viper Team Oreca squad during the 1999 season. Marc Duez, Tommy Archer and Justin Bell placed it 12th outright and second in class behind a sister car in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. This Viper GTS-R was subsequently campaigned by Karl Wendlinger and >>>

Chassis C25 French racer Paul Belmondo acquired this Viper new and his team campaigned the car from 2000 through the 2005 season. During its first year, the car was raced in an all-yellow livery in the FIA GT championship, winning a race at the Hungaroring. Belmondo raced the car again >>>

Chassis C26 French racer Fran├žois Lafon acquired this Viper ahead of the 2000 season to replace the Porsche 911 GT2 he had used in the previous couple of seasons. As with the 911, Lafon commissioned an artist to create the car's paint-scheme. This time the painter of choice was Frenchm>>>

Chassis C27 Completed in 2000, this Viper GTS-R was one of the Viper Team Oreca factory cars campaigned during that season. It was raced only a handful of times, including appearances in all major North American Endurance races. Chassis C27's best result was a fifth in the Daytona 24 Ho>>>

Chassis C31 One of the final team cars produced, chassis C31 was raced by Viper Team Oreca throughout the 2000 season. In the hands of Karl Wendlinger, Olivier Beretta and Dominique Dupuy, it was driven to the Viper's third and final Le Mans class win. Wendlinger and Beretta also used t>>>

Chassis C37 Although presumably built in 2000, this Viper was not pressed into service until 2002 when it was raced by owner Peter Cook in a variety of championships including the FIA GT and British GT Championships. Cook raced the car through to the 2004 season and it was then acquired>>>

Chassis C39 This Viper GTS-R was completed by Oreca ahead of the 2001 season and sold to Belgian racer Bernard Winderickx. Entered by Silver Racing, it was campaigned in select events of the FIA GT championship by Winderickx and his compatriot Eric de Doncker. For the Spa 24 Hours, they>>>

Chassis C44 Acquired new by David Hallyday in the summer of 2002, this Viper served to replace the Ferrari 550 raced previously by the French singer in the FIA GT championship. He raced the car together with ex-Formula 1 racer Philippe Alliot in the FIA GT and the FFSA GT series through>>>

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