Find of the Day: New German Performance 2001 Audi B5 S4 Racecar

words: Bill, photos: New German Performance

If you’ve ever been at a track day with the Audi Club Potomac-Chesapeake or Waterfest or H2Oi or etc etc, you’ve probably seen the big trailer of New German Performance (NGP)…it’s kind of hard to miss. And with that trailer providing track-side support for the participants, you’ve probably seen a silver B5 S4 with blue/grey/black vertical strips snarling its way around the track and wished it was yours. Well, here’s your chance…NGP’s S4 is for sale.

NGP has a couple of TCR cars in their fleet and sadly, the S4 doesn’t get to see much action. NGP wants to put it in the hands of an enthusiast who will put it through its paces. Here’ the ad:

Offering a well sorted car for anyone looking to upgrade or get into a solid car. Far too many parts to list here but the basics of the build are:

  • 3.0L Stroker motor
    • Brand new 3.0L crankshaft
    • Brand new 2.8L cylinder heads with stainless valves, IE springs and retainers
    • IE Connecting rods
    • JE Forged pistons
    • Fresh Tial 605.2 turbo’s
    • Pro MAF with EPL tune
  • Piper Motorsport cage
  • Ohlins ILX/TTX 36 coilovers
  • Forgeline GA3R custom 18×10” wheels
  • Brembo 350mm front and 328mm rear race brake kit
  • JHM Center and Wavetrac rear differentials
  • 034 Motorsport exhaust, solid subframe bushings, rear diff mount, engine mounts, swaybars, toe links, swaybar endlinks
  • APR Performance GT-250 carbon fiber rear wing (not shown in some pictures)
  • Custom front splitter
  • 2Bennett Carbon sunroof delete

Many more upgrades and parts on this build. Well over $70k in parts. Will provide full list if requested.
Please feel free to contact [email protected] or 703-454-3000

Price is $25,000, willing to coordinate transport for the right deal

The guys at NGP are top notch and you won’t find a better turnkey track car for this price. So if you are looking for an upgrade or just want a solid car, you can find the ad HERE.

Oh and I just found a video of it in action (from 2015):