Imsa-derived Audi S4 GTO turns heads with Worcestershire outing
An Audi IMSA S4 GTO, never before been seen on British soil, ran at Shelsley Walsh during the Classic Nostalgia weekend.
Now owned by Audi enthusiast John Hanlon, the car only arrived in the UK from America four weeks ago, and was driven by Hans-joachim Stuck for the first time since 1992.
The car was a rework of the 1990 IMSA GTO destined for South Africa for the Wesbank Modified Race Series.
The car was named the IMSA S4 GTO and chassis number 001, which ran at Shelsley, was the first of only two cars built.
Stuck drove the car to two wins at Killarney in late 1992. It later won the 1993 title before being retired when the series rules were changed for 1995. American Steve Zlotkin bought the project and took it to the US where it remained until his death last year.