That's a shame. It is an exciting car to watch. Always takes me back to the times I've been to Le Mans...admittedly when the GT2s were the mobile chicanes that the prototypes dodged around.
There's no denying that £52k is a lot of capital to have tied up in a car that doesn't get used that much. Seems to have held onto its value though... I'm sure I remember Ian Forrest saying it changed hands for circa £50k on some TV programme or other. I'm sure it'll have fun in its new home...as long as it doesn't end up in a museum.
Perhaps we'll see Tim out again in that nice Ferrari 360 he had for the GT meeting?
Chances are it's gone to fund the continued efforts of that very Ferrari in the team's continued exploits down South in the GTs... shame really cos that Porsche was a better car imho - a nice throwback to far better days of GT racing.
"Bintcliffe's done it again and the car's f**ked." RIP David Leslie.