When Walter Brun became a car-constructor
A unique prototype first unveiled at Le Mans
At the beginning of the 90s, after a highly successful period of fine victories with Porsche, the driver and team manager Walter Brun was faced with a dilemma. The choice was either to resign himself to giving up motor sport because private teams were no longer welcome, or to himself become a constructor of his own cars. Stubborn as he was – he made his fortune in the slot-machine industry – the Swiss decided to embark on the creation of the C91-Judd. At a time when works cars dominated racing, it was a car created by one man’s will, produced in a single copy, with the dream of shaking the domination of the all-powerful Mercedes cars. Ascott Collection is proud to offer this unique car for sale for the first time in 25 years.