Photos by Zach Mayne
When it comes to classic race liveries, one of our all time favorites is the orange Jagermeister colors that have been brightening up race circuits for decades. The alcoholic beverage maker has been associated with European racecars since the 1970s, when it began sponsoring a wide range of predominantly BMW and Porsche competition machines. Over the years, the livery has been splashed on everything from Formula 1 cars to Group C and DTM entries. Patrick Motorsports in Pheonix, Arizona was commissioned by an East Coast vintage racer to build the stunning 914/6 GT pictured here. Powered by a high-revving, 2.5-liter short stroke motor, the machine was built to the exacting standards that Jim Patrick and his team are know for. But don't take our word for it, just have a look at these photos of it, taken at Inde Motorsport Ranch in Wilcox, AZ during one of the Porsche's initial shakedowns before being delivered to its new owner.