Original Reynard 2KQ Bodywork For Sale
Salter reckons that he knows where virtually all of the Reynard
2KQ chassis currently reside – but did he know that some original,
as-new bodywork lives in Tim Lawrence’s house (in the UK Midlands)?
The bodywork is for sale, through e-bay, and the
REYNARD 2KQ Le Mans racing car bodywork NEW
Starting price: £200.00
Details for item number: 8045638105
Listing URL: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=8045638105&ssPageName=ADME:L:LCA:UK:31
Start date: Thursday, 09 Mar, 2006 18:56:59 GMT
End date: Thursday, 16 Mar, 2006 18:56:59 GMT
Thanks to Kieron Salter, here are the details for
each of the 2KQ chassis – and of course, the story of these
cars isn’t finished yet.
2KQ [9 Chassis Manufactured]
Q is Project
code and 2K was year 2000 manufacture
all 2KQ chassis were updated soon after Daytona to fix development
issues of aerodynamics and chassis stiffness. The evo car was called
2KQ-LM and all the cars below were converted to 2KQ-LM.
001 - Chrysler Oreca LMP900 Mopar V8 [Le Mans]
002 - Robinson Racing LMP900 Judd V10 [Daytona 24/ALMS]
003 - Dyson LMP900 Ford V8 [Daytona 24/ALMS]
004 - Matthews Johansson LMP900 Judd V10 [Daytona 24/ALMS/Le Mans]
005 - Chrysler Oreca LMP900 Mopar V8 [Le Mans]
006 - Doran LMP900 Judd V10 [Daytona 24]
007 - Matthews Johansson LMP900 Judd V10 [ALMS]
008 - ROC VW LMP675 Lehman 4Cyl Turbo [Le Mans/ELMS]
009 - ROC VW LMP675 Lehman 4Cyl Turbo [Le Mans/ELMS]
Conversions to 01Q - Q is Project code and 01 is
year 2001 manufacture (some updates)
004 - 01Q LMP675 Judd V8 - Dick Barbour [ALMS/Le Mans]
007 - 01Q LMP675 Judd V8 - Dick Barbour [ALMS/Le Mans]
006 - 01Q LMP900 Judd V10 - Redman Bright [FIA Sportscar]
004 - 01Q LMP675 Nicholson V8 - Fred Goddard Racing [ALMS]
007 - 01Q LMP675 Nicholson V8 - Fred Goddard Racing [N/A]
006 - 01Q LMP900 Cosworth V8 - Nasamax [Le Mans]
006 - DM139 LMP1 Judd V10 - Nasamax [Le Mans/LMES]
009 – RS06/H LMP1 AER V8 Turbo - ProTran [Le Mans/LMS]
won Le Mans 2001/2002/2003.
LMP675 Judd V8 won ALMS Drivers and Team Championship 2001.
LMP900 Judd V10 pole position Monza 2001.
LMP1 DM139 first ever LMP1 to ACO 2004 Hybrid rules.