1973 Lola T292

One of two Barclays International sponsored Lola T292s raced in the 1973 European 2-Liter Championship season for sports prototypes by Jim Busby and Guy Edwards as a semi-Lola works backed effort. After coming to the USA, it won the SCCA Southern Pacific Division BSR title. Also owned and raced by Joe Buzzetta, a 1960s Porsche Factory Team driver. In addition, it was raced by Bobby Rahal at the 1977 Road America Can-Am round. The ownership history is known and well documented. It has been with the present owner since 2011.

Year: 1973
Make: Lola
Model: T292
Dealer: Grand Prix Classics
Grand Prix Classics
Vendor:Grand Prix Classics
Grand Prix Classics specializes in the buying, selling and consignment of historic sports cars and racing cars. Located in La Jolla, California, with a beautiful showroom and workshop, the business is run by its founder, Mark Leonard, who is truly passionate about his work. He has assembled a team of dedicated professionals who each contribute with specific talents ranging from buying and selling to an international market, researching automotive history, to running the workshop. There are always 15-20 cars in inventory as well as a collection of rare automotive posters, a large library of books, magazines, videos and other memorabilia.
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