Team Polizei Racing at Laguna Seca

Rene Villeneuve and Henri Richard get behind the wheel of 144P, Team Polizei's Porsche GT3 entry in the 2009 Grand-Am Rolex Series. The story starts at Laguna Seca, the proving ground for sports car racing in North America. - Garage419

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