On the auction block over at Ebay is this badass Lola B2K/10. Newly renovated to museum and/or race condition, this ultra rare prototype car was made for the famous American team “Champion Racing”. The car has the powerful and reliable Porsche GT1-evo engine (+1000Hp without restrictors) and Porsche GT-1 evo sequential gearbox. Also in the car: TAG 300, F1 standard control system; fully carbon fibre monocoque; and Öhlins dampers. Included with the car, the seller has extensive documentation including correspondence between the subcontractors at Pankl, TAG and Porsche motorsport (Norbert Singer). Also included are test reports from Andy Wallace and setup sheets, as well as the car’s illustrious race history that included Hurley Haywood, Bob Wollek, Lucas Luhr, Andy Wallace, Sascha Maassen, and other top racers. There are also rims, bodywork, gears, a big race package, and a slew of parts and spares-many items brand new-in bags. The Lola B2K/10 was a Le Mans Prototype developed in 2000 by Lola Cars International for use in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, American Le Mans Series, Grand American Road Racing Championship, and Sports Racing World Cup. It was a replacement for the previous Lola B98/10 and shared some elements with its smaller variant, the Lola B2K/40. In total, only six were built, with Champion Racing receiving the only Porsche-powered chassis. The reserve has not yet been met and the buy it now cost is $350,000. Full payment is required within 7 days of auction close, and the buyer is responsible for vehicle pickup or shipping (it’s currently in Sweden).