Lister Storm

Lister storm

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Lister Storm was a racing car by Lister Cars that was first introduced in 1993. Only four were ever produced due to the very high $350,000 price of the car. Capable of reaching a top speed of 208 mph (335 km/h), the vehicle competed in numerous racing competitions throughout the 1990’s.
During the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Lister Storm GTS debuted. It competed against the likes of Ferrari F40 and Porsche 911 GT2 in the GT1 class. The vehicle experienced numerous issues and failed to complete the race due to gearbox trouble after 40 laps.
The vehicle returned in the 24 Hours of Daytona however once again it failed to finish. It wasn’t until 1996 that the Storm GTS actually finished a race. During the 1996 24 Hours of Le Mans the vehicle managed to finish however it came in the 19th place.
For the rest of the season the Lister Storm failed to finish all the races it entered.
Storm GTL was introduced in 1997. After realising that the GTS was much slower compared to some its bigger competitors, the brand redesigned the vehicle, which is how the GTL was born. The company once again entered a number of racing competitions however it failed to finished most of them due to numerous problems the GTL has experienced. Instead of competing in 1998, Lister once again decided to redesign the vehicle.
In 1999, Storm GT was revealed. The vehicle improved greatly as Lister fixed the numerous issues that were haunting the vehicle since it first emerged. The Storm GT continued racing until 2007, scoring numerous victories throughout that time.
Only three Storms survive today.
Overall, although Lister Storm experienced a lot of issues throughout the years, it still was a rather good vehicle.