Photos of Cyril Prunet's cars

FFSA GT Championship Magny-Cours29.4.2001
22 - Chrysler Viper GTS-R #C16 - Racing Team HollandChrysler Viper GTS-R #C16 - Chrysler V10/90° 2v OHV 7986 cc N/AInter
Racing Team Holland (NL)Closed bodywork
Front-engined
Driven by: Hans Hugenholtz (NL)/Cyril PrunetResult: Race 1: 3rd ; Race 2: 7th
Grid: race 1: 2nd (1:41.461), race 2: 12th (1:59.077)
Colours: orange
Tyres: Pirelli
Photo updated: 30/10/2022Photo by courtesy of: Hans Hugenholtz
FFSA GT Championship Val de Vienne9.9.2001
22 - Chrysler Viper GTS-R #C16 - DDOChrysler Viper GTS-R #C16 - Chrysler V10/90° 2v OHV 7986 cc N/AInter
DDOClosed bodywork
Front-engined
Driven by: Hans Hugenholtz (NL)/Cyril PrunetResult: Race 1: 3rd ; Race 2: 5th
Grid: race 1: 3rd (1:43.490), race 2: 2nd (1:42.120)
Colours: orange
Tyres: Pirelli
Photo updated: 30/10/2022Photo by courtesy of: Hans Hugenholtz
FFSA GT Championship Lédenon7.10.2001
22 - Chrysler Viper GTS-R #C16 - Racing Team HollandChrysler Viper GTS-R #C16 - Chrysler V10/90° 2v OHV 7986 cc N/AInter
Racing Team Holland (NL)Closed bodywork
Front-engined
Driven by: Hans Hugenholtz (NL)/Cyril PrunetResult: 7th
Grid: 4th (1:26.731)
Colours: orange
Tyres: Pirelli
Photo updated: 30/10/2022Photo by courtesy of: Hans Hugenholtz
FFSA GT Championship Nogaro28.3.2005
4040 - Porsche 996 GT3-RS #WP0ZZZ99Z2S692079 - D D OPorsche 996 GT3-RS #WP0ZZZ99Z2S692079 - Porsche F6 4v DOHC 3598 cc N/AGT2
D D OClosed bodywork
Rear-engined
Driven by: Eric Mouez (F)/Cyril PrunetResult: Race 1: 29th ; Race 2: 24th
Grid: race 1: 33rd (1:38.503), race 2: 34th (1:32.723)
Colours: unknown
Tyres: Pirelli
Photo updated: 24/04/2012Photo by courtesy of: Jean-François Delahalle
FFSA GT Championship Le Mans15.10.2006
3838 - Porsche 996 GT3-RS - ProtekPorsche 996 GT3-RS # - Porsche GT2
ProtekClosed bodywork
Rear-engined
Driven by: Eric Mouez (F)/Cyril PrunetResult: Race 1: 21st ; Race 2: 21st
Grid: race 1: 25th (1:46.624), race 2: 23rd (1:41.853)
Colours: unknown
Tyres: Pirelli
Photo updated: 22/05/2012Photo by courtesy of: Jean-François Delahalle