SRT/Riley

GTS-R and GT3-R

2011-2016

Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

GTS-R returned to competition with an SRT factory backed effort in 2012. Riley Technologies in Mooresville, North Carolina was selected to construct the cars which were based on the Generation 5 production Viper. Roush Industries was tapped to build the heavily restricted, though highly developed 8.0L V10 engine. SRT Motorsports would only compete through the 2014 season, but secured both the Team and Driver's (Kuno Wittmer with support for the bulk of the season from Jonathan Bomarito) Championships before disbanding. Ben Keating would take GTS-R to its final appearance at Le Mans in 2015 as a privateer effort in the GTE-AM class. Ben's interest would also help motivate Riley Technologies to introduce the Viper GT3-R for competition beginning in 2014. This GT3 homolgated variant utilized much of the GTS-R bodwork, but was powered by a nearly production standard 8.4L V10 engine built by Arrow Racing. Under the skin the car did without some of GTS-R's advanced electronics and suspension equipment. It had a sequential transmission mounted to the engine where as GTS-R utilized a rear mounted transaxle. GT3-R would go on to bring home Viper's final class victory (GTD) at the Rolex 24 at Daytona in 2015 along with numerous event wins in both North America and Europe. Two Supercar Challenge Championships were won in Europe while an IMSA North American Endurance Cup was earned in the US. While the bulk of competition for these cars occurred in North America in 2014-2016, two cars have continued to make professional outings in Europe through the 2019 racing season.

-Shawn Romig

Thank you GTS-R/GT3-R team members!

The following were kind enough to be interviewed and in some way contributed to the success of the GTS-R/GT3-R program: Ben Keating, Bill Riley, Cameron Lawrence, Dick Winkles, Dominik Fahrnbacher, Frank Resciniti, Gary Johnson, Jeff Glover, Jeroen Bleekemolen, Kuno Wittmer, Lee Carducci, Marc Miller, Matt Bejnarowicz, Tom Francis.

Photo by Maurice Liang

Photo by Maurice Liang

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Photo by Maurice Liang

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Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

1B3JZ69Z9GTSR2C00

Original Engine: Chrysler 8.3L V10 - Slightly modified Gen III production engine

Year of Manufacture: 2011/2012

Original Run Group/Class: Show Car

First owner: SRT

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: Conner Avenue Assembly Plant (*2017)

Chassis History/Notes: ***This car was not an actual GTS-R.***

This car was used at the April 2012 New York Auto Show unveiling of the 2013 Gen V Viper in a joint announcement for the return of GTS-R. Although it wears GTS-R bodywork and a number of race components, Riley Technologies has never referred to this car as one of the true race chassis they produced. It is included here just to prevent confusion when viewed with the other cars. If memory serves it was built around an old Competition Coupe chassis yet it was given an identification number which begins similarly to a standard production car. The car has a sequential shift lever which supports this.

The show car had a full carbon fiber dash which the actual race chassis would not have. You'll also notice on original pictures from 2012, red shift paddles behind the steering wheel and red accents around the central shift lever. These no longer remain in the car today (2019). Other differences relative to the actual GTS-R can be seen throughout. The car was next used to unveil the GT3-R program at Le Mans in 2013. Here it wore a white SRT livery with dual blue GTS stripes outlined in red pin stripes. The bodywork was tweaked to more closely resemble what would come on the production GT3 race car though some parts like the wing stanchions were purely for show.

The car was displayed in this configuration at the 2014 Consumer Electronics show before being featured at the center of the SRT display at the 2014 Rolex 24 at Daytona. It went on to appear at others events in 2014 before being converted back to its original GTS-R show configuration. The car remains in this configuration in FCA's ownership as of 2019.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

None

Photo by FCA

Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

GTSR2-C01

Original Engine: Roush built, SRT 8.0L V10 - Race

Year of Manufacture: 2012

Original Run Group/Class: ALMS GT

First owner: Riley Motorsports- SRT Team

Next owners (year): Sold to private collection through Viper Exchange (June 2016)

Current owner: Available for sale at BJ Motors, Texas (*Summer 2019)

Chassis History/Notes: The first actual race car produced by Riley Technologies on the program, it appeared in competition as #91 car in blue/silver with Forza Motorsport sponsorship in American Le Mans Series events. It wore #53 car in blue/silver at Le Mans in 2013 contending the GTE PRO class. This sadly would be the only factory outing for the program at Le Mans. This car secured the first win for the Gen V GTS-R at Road America in 2013.

Once retired from competition, Chrysler apparently said this car cannot be sold privately in running condition so fluids were drained and batteries removed before sale to a private owner. The car is nearly complete otherwise and has been serviced by Riley Motorsports while in storage. Today it remains in its 2013 #91 silver and blue SRT Motorsports livery. It's unclear as of 2022 if the original stipulations set forth by Chrysler for private ownership remain in effect.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall):

ALMS, GTLM

2012 Mid Ohio - 10 (23)

2012 Road America - 9 (22)

2012 Baltimore - Did Not Start

2012 Petit Le Mans - 8 (20)

2013 Sebring - 5 (19)

2013 Long Beach - 3 (10)

2013 Laguna Seca - 5 (15)

2013 24H Le Mans - 8 (24) GTE PRO

2013 Lime Rock - 11 (33) DNF

2013 Mosport - 2 (12)

2013 Baltimore - 5 (9)

2013 Road America - 1 (14) First win for Gen V GTS-R, #91 Dodge/Pennzoil, M. Goossens / D. Farnbacher

2013 COTA - 5 (17)

2013 VIR - 7 (15)

END

Photo by FCA

Photo by FCA

Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

GTSR2-C02

Original Engine: Roush built, SRT 8.0L V10 - Race

Year of Manufacture: 2012

Original Run Group/Class: ALMS GT

First owner: Riley Motorsports – SRT Team

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: Chrysler storage area, Auburn Hills, Michigan (*2017)

Chassis History/Notes: This car debuted in competition as #93 in a yellow/silver livery with Pennzoil sponsorship in the American Le Mans Series. It would act as the second entry for SRT at Le Mans in 2013 contending the GTE PRO class. This would be the only factory effort at Le Mans for this program. It competed in IMSA still wearing #93 on the original yellow/silver in the GTLM class in early 2014. Per Riley crew member, this car did not appear as #93 in the red livery with white GTS stripes at Watkins Glen 2014 as some other sources have listed. This chassis contributed points to what would become a 2014 Drivers and Team Championship for Kuno Wittmer and the #93 team. Last seen in a Chrysler storage area wearing its yellow/silver 2013 Le Mans GTE Pro #93 livery, but it is said to not be in complete running condition. (2017)

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall):

ALMS, GTLM

2012 Mid Ohio - 12 (25)

2012 Road America - 13 (34) DNF

2012 Baltimore - 11 (17) DNF

2012 Petit Le Mans - 13 (39) DNF

2013 Sebring - 10 (34)

2013 24H Le Mans - 9 (31) GTE PRO

2013 Long Beach - 8 (15)

2013 Laguna Seca - 11 (36) DNF

2013 Lime Rock - 5 (17)

2013 Mosport - 3 (13)

2013 Road America - 6 (19)

2013 COTA - 2 (14)

2013 Baltimore - 6 (11)

2013 VIR - 9 (17) DNF

2013 Petit Le Mans - 5 (13)

IMSA, GTLM

2014 24H Daytona - 6 (27)

2014 Sebring - 2 (13) Winning Porsche escaped penalty via IMSA misidentification

2014 Long Beach - 10 (18) DNF

2014 Laguna Seca - 7 (14)

END

Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

GTSR2-C03

Original Engine: Roush built, SRT 8.0L V10 - Race

Year of Manufacture: 2012

Original Run Group/Class: ALMS GT

First owner: Riley Motorsports – SRT Team

Next owners (year): Ben Keating (2015)

Current owner: Ben Keating (*2015)

Chassis History/Notes: The third Riley GTS-R would debut in 2013 at what would be the final race for the American Le Mans Series as it merged with Gran Am for 2014. The car wore #91 car on a blue/silver SRT Motorsports livery racing in the GT class. For 2014 in the new IMSA GTLM class it wore the iconic Dodge Motorsports red livery with white GTS stripes carrying #91. At the Indianapolis race it maintained #91, but wore a one-off white livery with blue/green accents with support from TI Automotive.

It entered private ownership following the conclusion of the factory program at the end of 2014. Ben Keating would take the car to Le Mans in 2015 to contend the GTE AM class with Viper Exchange as #53 in White/Blue & Red stripe livery. This would be Viper's final trip to Le Mans. The team ran a unique high wing configuration and appropriately adorned the end plates with Plymouth Superbird decals. The car led all of GT overall at one point in the race and set the quickest lap for its class. Unfortunately a late gearbox failure stole a podium finish from the team. This lone outing in 2015 would be the end of the car's competition career. It remains in the 2015 Le Mans livery in Ben Keating's personal collection (2017).

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall):

ALMS, GT

2013 Petit Le Mans - 7 (15)

IMSA, GTLM

2014 24H Daytona - 3 (12)

2014 Sebring - 7 (18)

2014 Long Beach - 7 (14)

2014 Laguna Seca - 6 (13)

2014 Watkins Glen - 2 (12)

2014 Mosport - 3 (9)

2014 Road America - 4 (19)

2014 Indy - 6 (24)

2014 VIR - 6 (6)

2014 COTA - 2 (13)

2014 Petit Le Mans - 3 (11)

2015 24H Le Mans - 10 (DNF - Gearbox) GTE AM

END

Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

Photo by Robert Mochernuk

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

GTSR2-C04

Original Engine: Roush built, SRT 8.0L V10 - Race

Year of Manufacture: 2013

Original Run Group/Class: IMSA GTLM

First owner: Riley Motorsports – SRT Team

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: Displayed at Conner Avenue Viper Assembly Plant (*2016)

Chassis History/Notes: The final GTS-R produced first appeared as #93 car in the iconic Dodge Motorsports red/white livery with a mid season debut in 2014 IMSA GTLM class competition. Per Riley crew member, this car debuted at Watkins Glen, not Mosport as some other sources listed. It was the winner of the GTLM class at the Indianapolis and Circuit of Americas races in 2014. The car helped secured both IMSA GTLM Team and Drivers Championship car that same year.

With the conclusion of the factory program at the end of 2014 it would be displayed at the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant where production Vipers were constructed through 2017. It remains today in the manufacturer's ownership as a complete and running car never having been cleaned after Petit Le Mans in 2014.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall):

IMSA, GTLM

2014 Watkins Glen - 3 (13)

2014 Mosport - 2 (7)

2014 Indianapolis - 1 (14), #93 Dodge/SRT, K. Wittmer / J. Bomarito

2014 Road America - 3 (16)

2014 VIR - 5 (5)

2014 COTA - 1 (12), Viper 1/2 in GTLM and 1 in GTD, #93 Dodge/SRT, K. Wittmer / J. Bomarito

2014 Petit Le Mans - 6 (14), 2014 GTLM Team and Driver Champion (Kuno Wittmer)

END


Photo by Tom Francis

Photo by Tom Francis

Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

The TI Automotive #33 Dodge Viper GT3-R on the track at Daytona International Speedway on Jan. 8, 2015 (PRNewsFoto/TI Automotive)

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Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

Photo by Shawn Romig

GT3R-C001

Original Engine: Arrow built 8.4L SRT V10, Production based

Year of Manufacture: 2013

Original Run Group/Class: IMSA GTD

First owner: Riley Motorsports – Viper Exchange/Ben Keating

Next owners (year): Chris Mealey, Texas (2015/2016)

Current owner: Chris Mealey , Texas (*2015/2016)

Chassis History/Notes: Appeared as #33 Viper Exchange mostly white livery with blue roof and wing in IMSA GTD 2014. There was a bad fuel fire at Sebring 2014. The car was repaired and appeared first at the Roar before the 24 Daytona test in 2015 wearing a Ricky Bobby Talledega Nights parody livery with #33. It then appeared as the #33 TI Automotive car in IMSA GTD 2015 with a white livery and bright green/blue central stripe over the entire car with similar colors on the door. This chassis dominated Sebring 2015 and retired from the lead with 4 minutes remaining due to engine overheating, damaged radiator.

Later in 2015 the car appeared as the #33 but with Viper Exchange as the primary sponsor livery similar to that which was run at Le Mans in 2015 with their GTS-R, white with central blue/red stripe over the entire car. The car's final race was the 2016 24H of Daytona where it wore the #33 as the Gas Monkey Energy lime green/white/black livery. Today this cars wears the bodywork and livery that chassis C004 wore while finishing third at the 2016 24H of Daytona, the #93 Don't Mess with Texas paint scheme (2017).

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall):

IMSA, GTD

2014 24H Daytona - 19 (40)

2014 Sebring - DNF - Bad fuel fire on track

2015 24H Daytona - DNF, listed as 9 (21)

2015 Sebring - 10 (26), leading with few laps to go when rock damaged radiator, car overheated

2015 Laguna Seca - 11 (32)

2015 Detroit - DNF, Crash

2015 Watkins Glen - 6 (21)

2015 Lime Rock - 2 (8)

2015 Road America - 1 (22) B. Keating / J. Bleekemolen

2015 VIR - 7 (15)

2015 Circuit of the Americas - 1 (22) B. Keating / J. Bleekemolen

2015 Petit Le Mans -12 (29)

2016 24H Daytona - 9 (23)

END


Photo by Team RaceArt

Photo by Team RaceArt

Photo by Robin Phillipps

Photo by Zakspeed

Photo by Frank List

Photo by Zakspeed

Photo by 24 Hour Series

GT3R-C002

Original Engine: Arrow built 8.4L SRT V10, Production based

Year of Manufacture: 2014

Original Run Group/Class: Super GT

First owner: Team RaceArt, Maastricht, Netherlands

Next owners (year): Zakspeed, Germany (March 2019)

Current owner: Private owner, USA (*July 2022)

Chassis History/Notes: Multiple victories in European Supercar Challenge Super GT division across 2014-2015 seasons with Team RaceArt. In 2014 Roger Grouwels, Arjan van der Zwaan and Robert de Graaf won the SGT class and overall Supercar Challenge Championships. In 2015 Roger Grouwels and Kelvin Snoeks again secured the SGT Championship. The car wore #117 during the 2014 season and #101 during the 2015 season with black/orange w/blue/green stripes livery.

It then seemingly remained off the track for a few years until being acquired by Zakspeed Racing of Germany. The team had planned to return to the famed Nürburgring 24 hour race with Viper to celebrate their many successes with the platform from 1999-2008. They unveiled the car at a pre-season VLN test at the Nürburgring in bare carbon on 3/16/2019. They participated with the car in the first race of the VLN season wearing #13. The car remained in a black livery, but with yellow accents and Sneaky Pete logos along with Zakspeed Viper decals.

At the final round of the 2019 VLN season, the car returned to the Ring with a new livery still featuring race number 13, but in silver and black accents with traditional Zakspeed yellow highlights with primary sponsorship from Spedition Klumpen and support from Dunlop and KW. The car was running in third position at the 2 hour halfway mark, but did not finish after experiencing differential trouble shortly thereafter.

Sadly, the Coronavirus pandemic cancelled the team's plans to contend the 24 hour race in 2020. As of December 2020 the car had been updated to wear a livery reminiscent of the 2005 N24 Dodge livery worn by the team's primary GTS-R entry that year. The car was red with dual white GTS style stripes and was entered in the 2021 24 Hours of Dubai. Unfortunately the car suffered a gearbox failure relatively early in the race. The car was listed for sale in January 2022 after a change in the direction of the team was announced.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall):

Super GT - results provided by Mike van Thiel, Machines with a Mission

2014 Zandvoort - Race 1: 3, Race 2: 7

2014 Nürburgring - Race 1: 1 R. Grouwels, Race 2: 2 R. Grouwels

2014 Spa Rd1 - Race 1: DNF, Race 2: 11

2014 Zolder - Race 1: 2, Race 2: 5

2014 Assen Rd1 - Race 1: 2, Race 2: 4

2014 Brands Hatch - Race 1: 2, Race 2: 3

2014 Spa Rd 2 - Race 1: 2, Race 2: 4

2014 Assen Rd2 - Race 1: 1 R. de Graaf, Race 2: 4 A. van der Zwaan

2014 Super GT Championship Winner

2015 Zolder Rd1 - Race 1: 1 R. Grouwels, Race 2: DNF R. Grouwels

2015 Spa Rd1 - Race 1: 1 R. Grouwels, Race 2: 2 K. Snoeks

2015 Zolder Rd2 - Race 1: 2, Race 2: 2

2015 Zandvoort Rd1 - Race 1: 2, Race 2: 2

2015 Assen Rd1 - Race 1: 4, Race 2: 4

2015 Brands Hatch - Race 1: 3, Race 2: 13

2015 Spa Rd. 2 - Race 1: 3, Race 2: 2

2015 Assen Rd. 2 - Race 1: 4, Race 2: 5.

2015 Super GT Championship Winner

2019 Nürburgring 1 (VLN) SP9 Pro: 17 (21)

2019 Nürburgring 2 (VLN) SP9 Pro: Race stopped on lap 4 due to weather

2019 Nürburgring 9 (VLN) SP9 Pro: DNF - differential

2021 24H Dubai (Creventic) GT3-AM: DNF- gearbox

END


Photo by Tom Francis

Photo by Tom Francis

Photo by Tom Francis


GT3R-C003

Original Engine: Arrow built 8.4L SRT V10, Production based

Year of Manufacture: 2014

Original Run Group/Class: GTD/PWC GTA

First owner: Lone Star Racing – Dan Knox

Next owners (year): Chris Mealey, Texas (2017)

Current owner: Chris Mealey, Texas (*2017)

Chassis History/Notes: Raced in IMSA GTD and PWC GTA at various races across 2014-2016 seasons as the #80 Lone Star Racing car backed by ACS manufacturing in a light blue livery with yellow highlights throughout. Second place at PWC SprintX at Laguna Seca. One known considerable wreck at the end of the 2016 PWC season. Purchased by Chris Mealey in late 2017 still wearing its original LSR/ACS Manufacturing livery.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall):

PWC, GT Amateur

*2014 - TBD*

2015 COTA - Race 1: 9, Race 2: 14

2015 St. Petersburg - Race 1: 10, Race 2: DNF

2015 Long Beach - 6

2015 Barber - Race 1: 6, Race 2: 11

2015 Mosport - Race 1: 7, Race 2: 8

2015 Detroit - 4

2015 Road America - Race 1: 5, Race 2: 5, Race 3: 5

2015 Mid Ohio - Entered, but withdrawn

PWC, Sprint X, GT Pro

2016 Laguna Seca - Race 1: 2, Race 2: DNF - Crash

IMSA, GTD

2015 COTA - 7 (28)

2016 Laguna Seca - 14 (21)

2016 Road America- 10 (30)

2016 VIR - 10 (16)

2016 COTA - 8 (29)

END


Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

Video by Viper Exchange

Video by Ben Keating

Photo by Gregg Morgan

Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Video by Shawn Romig

GT3R-C004

Original Engine: Arrow built 8.4L SRT V10, Production based

Year of Manufacture: 2014

Original Run Group/Class: GTD

First owner: Riley Motorsports – Viper Exchange/Ben Keating

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: Ben Keating (*2017)

Chassis History/Notes: Appeared as #33 Viper Exchange in white/blue/red livery in 2014, #93 TI Automotive white/neon green/blue livery and Mosing Motorcars (Laguna Seca) white base with red and gold livery in 2015. Appeared as # 93 Viper Exchange Don't Mess with Texas livery at 2016 24H Daytona. Then, appeared as the #33 white with neon green and black Gas Monkey energy drink livery for the remainder of 2016. 2014 IMSA GTD wins at Mosport and COTA. Winner GTD 2015 24 Hrs of Daytona, 6 hours of Watkins Glen, Tequila Patron Endurance Cup, both 2014 and 2015 Grassroots Motorsports Magazine Ultimate Track Car Challenges, 2016 IMSA GTD wins at Detroit and Road America.

Car was rewrapped in it's 2015 Rolex 24 Hour of Daytona winning TI Automotive #93 livery in 2017. The car returned to the track at the 2021 Viper Days Reunion held at Road America. There Ben Keating swept both races which primarily featured Viper factory race cars scoring a best lap time of 2:04.3 running in unrestricted trim. This is nearly 4 seconds quicker than the car ran competing in IMSA in 2016.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall):

IMSA, GTD

2014 Laguna Seca - 16 (23)

2014 Detroit - 11 (17)

2014 Watkins Glen - DNF, listed 17 (49)

2014 Mosport - 1 (17), First with in IMSA for GT3-R, #33 Viper Exchange, B. Keating / J. Bleekemolen

2014 Indianapolis - 3 (27)

2014 Road America - 4 (29)

2014 VIR - 13 (21)

2014 COTA - 1 (28), #33 Viper Exchange, B. Keating / J. Bleekemolen

2014 Petit Le Mans - DNF, listed 17 (49)

2015 24H Daytona - 1 (11), #93 TI Automotive, B. Keating / A. Carter / C. Lawrence / K. Wittmer / D. Farnbacher

2015 Sebring - 4 (19)

2015 Laguna Seca - 8 (29)

2015 Watkins Glen - 1 (16), #93 TI Automotive, C. Lawrence / A. Carter / M. Goossens

2015 Petit Le Mans - 3 (19), #93 Winner of Tequila Patron Endurance Cup (Points from Daytona/Sebring/WG/Petit)

2016 24H Daytona - 3 (16)

2016 Sebring - 13 (35)

2016 Laguna Seca - 6 (13)

2016 Detroit - 1 (10), #33 Gas Monkey, B.Keating / J. Bleekemolen

2016 Watkins Glen, 4 (25)

2016 Mosport - 11 (33), leading race and with few laps remaining damage from Lambo damaged radiator

2016 Lime Rock - 3 (13)

2016 Road America - 1 (21), #33 Gas Monkey, B. Keating / J. Bleekemolen

Other

2021 Road America (Viper Days Reunion), Race group - R1: 1, R2: 1, B. Keating

END


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GT3R-C005

Original Engine: Arrow built 8.4L SRT V10, Production based

Year of Manufacture: 2014

Original Run Group/Class: PWC GTA

First owner: Riley Motorsports - Dodge

Next owners (year): Black Swan Racing - Tim Pappas (2015) > McCann Racing, Ohio (2016) > Michel Pilon, Canada (2018)

Current owner: Martin Fedko, Illinois (*October 2021)

Chassis History/Notes: Raced by Dodge with Kuno Wittmer at PWC Toronto in 2014 taking a first and a second place as the #92 Dodge Motorsports iconic red with white GTS stripes livery. Sold to Black Swan Racing in 2015. Competed in 9 PWC races taking 4 third place finishes with no crash damage in a limelight green AAR Cuda throwback livery.

Sold to McCann Racing, Ohio in 2016. Raced in Pirelli World Challenge 2016 at Road America, Mid Ohio and Laguna Seca as the #82 Yeti backed car with white base and black GTS stripe livery. Heavy nose impact with the outside wall on opening lap, start straight of PWC race at Road America 2016. Car was repaired. Listed for sale via race cars direct still wearing its McCann Racing / YETI white livery with large spares package available. (2/2/2018). It was sold to an owner in Canada. The car returned to the US with a new owner in fall of 2021 and is planned to return to the race track.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall):

PWC, GT Pro

2014 Toronto - Race 1: 2, Race 2: 1, Only GT3-R win in PWC (Kuno Wittmer - Dodge/Riley)

PWC, GT Amateur

2015 Long Beach - 12

2015 Barber - Race 1: 3, Race 2: 3

2015 Mosport - Race 1: DNF, Race 2: 12

2015 Detroit - 6

2015 Road America - Race 1: 4, Race 2: 3, Race 3: 3

2015 Mid Ohio - Entered, but withdrawn

2015 Laguna Seca - 5

2016 COTA - Entered, but withdrawn

2016 Long Beach - 2

2016 Road America - Race 1: 4, Race 2: DNF - Crash

2016 Mid Ohio - Race 1: DNF - Crash, Race 2: 3

2016 Laguna Seca - Entered, but withdrawn

END


Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

Photo by Shawn Romig

GT3R-C006

Original Engine: Arrow built 8.4L SRT V10, Production based

Year of Manufacture: 2015

Original Run Group/Class: GT3

First owner: Appeared in 3/2015 in new condition still for sale via Riley. 2/9/2016 appears with Latesso ANTeam, Switzerland.

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: Swiss Viper Museum, Switzerland (*2016)

Chassis History/Notes: Raced in VdeV Endurance Series by Frederic Yerly, Edwin and Bruno Stucky in 2016 season with Latesso sponsorship on a black livery with white and gold highlights. Today the car is complete and resides in the Swiss Viper Museum collection (2018).

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall):

*TBD*

Raced in multiple seasons of the VdeV series in Europe.


Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

Photo by Kurt Wadsworth

Photo by Chris Mealey

GT3R-C007

Original Engine: Arrow built 8.4L SRT V10, Production based

Year of Manufacture: 2015

Original Run Group/Class: GTD

First owner: Riley Motorsports – Viper Exchange/Ben Keating

Next owners (year): Chris Mealey, Texas (*2016)

Current owner: Chris Mealey, Texas (*2016)

Chassis History/Notes: This is the final of the 11 factory race cars produced during the Riley/SRT Viper project. It first appeared as Gas Monkey #33 with white, bright green and black livery in later part of 2016 IMSA season. Winner of the pole and the race at Petit Le Mans – final Viper race in IMSA. Remains in Gas Monkey #33 livery today (2017).

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall):

IMSA, GTD

2016 VIR - 6 (14)

2016 COTA - 13 (34)

2016 Petit Le Mans - 1 (17) Final Viper win in IMSA, B. Keating / J. Bleekemolen / M. Miller

END