Porsche dominated Group C racing in the 1970s and 1980s. Two models that tasted the most success were the 917 followed by the 956/962. Despite not competing in top-flight endurance racing for the better part of two decades, the German marque still holds the record for most number of wins at the famed 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Back in the 1980s, Porsche would sell you a turn-key 956 for owners to drive on the road, but usually to race in endurance events. Follow the tale of this unnamed Japanese business man who has had a love affair with the 965/962 since the ’80s, in this beautifully shot video of his street-legal Rothmans liveried Group C road car. It may be slightly long but it’s definitely worth a watch.