BMW M3 E36 S54 Twice Kumho Champ winner. ex G Whittaker
Massive Spec. The car has had the best of everything fitted to it. It is light at around 1125kg wet.
Butler Motorsport S54 engine with Airbox, cams, vanos delete, OMEX710 ECU. 5 Speed. Weld in cage tied to front uprights. Moton dampers. AP brakes with Bosch Motorsport ABS (which is amazing). Pagid pads, Titlton Pedal box. RaceTechnology Digital Dash. Sparco XL seat new in 2018. Extinguisher is out of date though, I expect belts are too. Total of 8 Team dynamics wheels. 4 with new AR1s, plus 4 new AR1s with the car. Comes with some running spares inc spare sets of new Pagid 29 pads
Race ready, or makes a great trackday toy. Nothing overtakes you
Not road legal, no V5C
Built in something like 2007 from a genuine M3 shell for Ian Hill. Bought in around 2009 by Garrie Whittaker. Garrie won the BMW Kumho Championship in 2011 in this car. He went and raced the car elsewhere in 2012. In 2013 he came back to the BMW Kumho Championship and won it again. He retired from racing in the middle of the 2014 season. I am told Garrie won something like 65 races in the car. I think the car was run by G-Sport at this time.
Garrie has subsequently come out of retirement and built a clone of this car in which he is now dominating Kumho Cup
It was sold for the 2016 season and was bought by Peter Currey, who ran it a couple of times. Lee Frost was building a 1 series V8 for Kumho cup in 2017 but the car wasn’t finished so Lee bought this car and ran it in Kumho Cup and with CSCC. He managed to do something like 55 races in the season. The car had most of the serious prep work done by Terry Wilson at Butler Motorsport. At the end of the 2017 season I bought the car as Lee went off to do the BTCC support race in a Ginetta. I ran it once at Silverstone in a handicap event in 2018, getting the fastest lap. I then did 2 or 3 track days in it. Other than that it has sat unused. I have ended up with too many projects and something has to go and I am not using this