EB Motorsport Porsche 911s delivered strong performances in qualifying sessions for the 2.0L Cup and Classic Endurance Racing series at Dijon Grand Prix.
In a field of 36 cars, the 1974 911 RSR repeated its excellent practice performance and set the second quickest qualifying time for a 911 in Peter Auto’s CER 1. A best lap of 1:31.118 compares favourably to the quickest RSR time of 1:30.683, set by regular Le Mans 24 Hour driver, Raymond Narac.
In the 2.0L Cup, our 1965 911 set a time of 1:42.4 and will also start second on the grid. The fastest 2-litre of Historika’s Andrew Smith and Olly Bryant was 1.1 seconds ahead of the rest of the field, with second to sixth positions split by the same 1.1 seconds. Twenty-six cars have entered the race and it should be an exciting battle.