Nearly 35 yrs later on, the 962 C was reunited with its authentic driver, Hans-Joachim Caught, as perfectly as race engineer Norbert Singer and Rob Powell, who designed the car’s hanging black, yellow and pink livery. Coincidentally, a further Porsche 962 racer was not long ago produced street legal, but this illustration was restored to its authentic racing specification.

With Hans-Joachim Caught powering the wheel, the Porsche 962 C won Germany’s ADAC Wurth Supercup in 1987. At the time, the 962 C was used to take a look at Porsche’s now-ubiquitous dual-clutch transmission presented in street cars and trucks like the new Porsche 911 GT3. After its racing victory, the 962 C was used as a take a look at auto for aerodynamics at Weissach. Restoring the 962 C again to its former glory proved hard as lots of elements required to be rebuilt.g