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This #6 car completed the harsh test of Le Mans in ninth place in 2002—an accomplishment in and of itself—behind a trio of wickedly quick Audi R8s. While Cadillac didn’t win the race, they did prove the worth of their LMP design in only its first year of racing. That’s right—in 2002, the Cadillac was new from the ground up, designed entirely on computers and a departure from the previous two years’ Riley & Scott derived chassis. Powered by a 4-liter, twin-turbocharged racing engine related to the Opel DTM and Chevrolet Indycar engine, the LMP-02 is a capable racer that powered itself to podium finishes in many ALMS races during the 2002 season. It’s also one of the nicer-looking open prototype racers, combining angular Cadillac family styling clues with accents in the color of the Cadillac crest over a handsome dark silver.