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1999: Dams #25
1999: Kremer #27
1999: RfH #26
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The Lola B98/10 was the first serious second generation customer prototype.
It was a bold attempt to create a car that was capable of running up front but affordable for the privateer to run.
In some ways it was too ambitious. In others it became the building block for further developments of the Lola customer LMPs such as the B2K/10.
Even the current Lola-MG EX257 can trace its lineage to the B98/10.
Several B98/10's were raced at Le Mans , one special case is the 99 Motorola Dams car, that was pulled out of retirement in 2002 to star as the Valliant in Luc Besson's race pic.

B98/10 data: Lenght: 4640 mm, Width: 2000 mm, Wheelbase: 2800 mm, Tyres: Dunlop, Wheels: BBS
Models for Lola B98/10
Manufacturer Model Scale Dimensions (LxWxH) Wheelbase Front spur Rear spur
Scale Production LM 99 Dams Judd V10 1/24 99.9x84.0x46.0 99.9 82.0 83.0

Kremer #27 Kremer Racing (D) 1999
Participated in:
Le Mans 24 hrs, Le Mans

Chassis: Lola B98/10 #HU07
Engine:Ford /Roush V8/90° 6000cc
Class: LMP, Open bodywork, Mid-engined
Colors: white (+red/orange)
Tyres: Goodyear
Sponsors: REPSOL/vodacom/FATurbo-EXPRESS

Driven by: Didier de Radigues (B)/Tomas Saldana (E)/Grant Orbell (ZA)

Result: did not finish (Gearbox) - 146 laps
Grid: 21st(3:42.906)

Photo by: Paul Kooyman
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