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1999 Renault Laguna Super Tourer #99-04 – Ready to race
This last ever built Nescafe liveried Renault Laguna was driven Jean-Christophe Bouillon in the British Touring Car Championship to race alongside multiple champion, Jason Plato for the 1999 season.
This car, chassis no.99/04, was the last ever chassis built by Williams Grand Prix Engineering and was prepared for ex F1 driver, Jean-Christophe Bouillon, to race alongside multiple champion, Jason Plato for the 1999 season.
Nescafe were the main sponsors, and the cars were both distinctive and quick. Jason Plato secured an outright win for them during the '99 season. This car was a consistent top-ten finisher with a seasons best of third place in the hands of Bouillon. However,
Renault had decided to switch their focus back to Formula One and consequently pulled out at the end of the year.
Currently, this car is a highly maintained competitive entrant in the HSCC Super Touring Car championship and runs against similar period cars from Vauxhall, Peugeot, Nissan and Ford. Scoring regular podium finishes in 2014/15.
The car is offered ready to race, some guidance in running the car will be freely available along with a small spares package consisting of 2 front wishbones, 8 wheels, numerous gear ratios, 4 front and 2 rear brake discs, 2 front splitter skid plates, various steering rack shims and a ballast tray.
This is a significant and rare car to own and race today.