When Anthony Serra was ready to resurrect his racing career after a seven-year hiatus, he wasn’t going to skimp on a new chariot. No stranger to the podium, with a decade-long stint as a club and pro driver in the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge, Serra could’ve called any number of tuners, builders or sellers to find choice wheels. Yet he turned to AutoTechnic Racing, a modest division of an independent repair facility in New Milford, Connecticut. Serra delivered a 2000 E46. Two years later, AutoTechnic delivered him a world-class racecar that won the first time it hit tarmac. Here’s the genesis of Anthony Serra’s dream car.