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The 911 GT3 R rennsport with a power output of up to 456 kW (620 PS) is based on the new 911 GT3 R of the current 992 generation. 

The limited-edition tracktool is the result of a design-oriented approach and benefits technically from the freedoms that go beyond motorsport regulations. 

One of the special features of this unique collector's item, which is limited to 77 units, is the distinctively designed body.

 The Porsche 911 GT3 R rennsport combines the powerful appearance of a high-performance competition car with modern design elements. 

At the same time, it hails back to the sports car manufacturer's motorsport history without drifting into a retro look. 

Elementary performance factors of the original GT3 model, such as air resistance and aerodynamic downforce remain largely untouched. As a thoroughbred racing car, the form of the 911 GT3 R rennsport continues to follow function – but it does that in an extremely emotional and attractive way.

"The new Porsche 911 GT3 R rennsport offers the experience of driving a nine-eleven-based racing car in what is probably the most primal form," Thomas Laudenbach, Vice President Motorsport, emphasises. "It gives you goose bumps whenever you look at it and it combines the finest motorsport technology with a design language that is typical of Porsche.

 With its exceptional performance, the 911 GT3 R rennsport makes our brand's history both tangible and audible. 

It is only fitting that we will be presenting it to Porsche's large fan community at Rennsport Reunion 7 in Laguna Seca. 

This is an exclusive offer to our customers that really knows only one limit: the limited edition of 77 units."

 This extraordinary sports car was designed by Grant Larson and Thorsten Klein from the Style Porsche team. 

"The 911 GT3 R rennsport will take its place as the logical successor to the modern Porsche 935. 

While the 935 was technically based on the near-standard 911 GT2 RS Clubsport, the 911 GT3 R rennsport uses the current 911 GT3 R of the 992 generation as its basis. 

Beneath the extensively redesigned carbon skin is a thoroughbred racing car," Larson emphasises. 

The American was Director Special Projects at Style Porsche for 14 years. 

Together with Thorsten Klein he is responsible for the individual, one-off vehicles of Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur. 

Thorsten Klein adds: "We have given the limited edition model a little more width and have visually stretched the length, while at the same time it sits very low on beautifully designed wheels. 

This gives it perfect proportions and makes it look even more spectacular."

Distinctive design with powerful charisma and a broad rear end

Generally speaking, only the bonnet and the roof were taken over from the standard GT3 R. 

All other body elements have been changed. 

Larson and his team have adopted most of the aerodynamically optimised geometry of the vehicle's nose, including its cooling air intakes and ducts. 

The designers have also set visual accents in the area around the side fins and flics. 

They are now framed by a side cowl and protected against damage caused by external impact. 

The radically modified shape of the air intake and outlet panels of the front wheel arches underscores the more self-confident appearance. 

Conventional exterior mirrors have been eliminated and replaced by a digital equivalent. 

A system consisting of three cameras integrated into the outer skin of the vehicle and monitors in the cockpit now perform this task.

Modifications to the racing car's rear end have a particularly distinctive character. 

The huge rear wing is the dominant component facing the airflow. 

Its design is reminiscent of that of the legendary Brumos Porsche 935/77, with which the American Peter Gregg, together with the Dutchman Toine Hezemans and the German Rolf Stommelen, took the seventh overall victory for a Porsche at the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1978.

The bold interpretation at the rear end develops a visual impact that is also reflected in the downforce numbers: 

to ensure that the load on the horizontal elements remains within the limits defined in the standard, they have been provided with two additional vertical supports. 

In terms of their function, they are reminiscent of the Porsche 962 Le Mans racing car and thus bridge the gap between past and present. 

A light bar consisting of fine LED strips, which now incorporate illuminated letters of the Porsche lettering, characterise the overall wider rear section. 

One level lower, the largely open rear apron dispenses with grille covers and panelling for weight reasons. 

This provides a clear view of the technical components behind it and therefore also the exhaust system with its centrally positioned twin tailpipes.

The particular design claim of the 911 GT3 R rennsport is also reflected in the slightly modified interior. 

The monitors of the two fender-mounted exterior cameras blend harmoniously into the interior on each side. 

Special graphics for the splash screen of the central display and the limited edition number on the instrument panel have been given the shapes of the racing car, while ambient lighting adopts the theme of the colour-adjustable main headlights for the interior. 

All safety features comply with the applicable FIA standards. The particularly rigid roll cage design permits the installation of the driver's seat only. 

As is the case with the 911 GT3 R in use worldwide, the limited "rennsport" is thus a single-seater racing car.

With their striking look, the 18-inch wheel rims from BBS in their exclusive "racing" design are also an eye-catcher. 

They combine all the technical requirements that a competition wheel with central locking must meet, including a high design standard. 

Porsche Motorsport paints them in Dark Silver Metallic as standard.

New colour concept with extended customisation options

In terms of its colour concept, the 911 GT3 R rennsport is breaking new ground. 

Porsche is offering the new collector's item ex works with a bodyshell painted in Agate Grey Metallic and bodywork in pure carbon. 

The racing car will be available ex works for the first time in seven colours, including Star Ruby and Signal Orange, for example. 

In addition, there are three exclusive paintwork designs available that make further customisation possible. 

Thorsten Klein, Style Porsche Project Manager for the GT3 R rennsport: 

"Porsche has been shaped by its rich history. 

This is especially true in racing. This has subsequently inspired us, of course, but by no means did we want to produce a copy or an obvious retro paint job. 

The three options we selected are new interpretations that are realistic and not some blatant nod to the brand's history."

The "Rennsport Reunion Design" is based on traditional motorsport colours and launches a wave across the amazing contours of the exterior body surfaces. 

It flows in a way that is reminiscent of the legendary Corkscrew corner combination at Laguna Seca, the venue chosen for the world premiere of the 911 GT3 R rennsport.

 This tribute underscores the proportions of the vehicle and its rear wing, which is further accentuated by the still visible carbon surfaces. 

Together with a choice of optional paint schemes, they are generally covered with a semi-gloss clear coat. 

With its red and white colour scheme, the "Flacht Design" features the colours traditionally used by Porsche Motorsport. 

It plays visually with the flared fenders in particular. 

The term "Flacht" is dedicated to the district within the Porsche Development Centre Weissach, where the motorsport department is located. The third option is the "Speed Icon Design"

It is based on different shades of blue, which focus primarily on the pronounced width of the vehicle.

Even more powerful racing engine

In principle, the 911 GT3 R rennsport is based on Porsche's current GT3 racing car. 

Compared with the 911 GT3 R of the 992 generation, however, the limited edition model goes beyond the strict requirements of motorsport homologation or restrictions imposed by a "Balance of Performance" (BoP). 

The development team supporting Dr.-Ing. Andreas Singer has converted these additional freedoms into an even more emotional circuit car with numerous technical refinements. 

It combines more engine power with reduced weight and a spectacular design with an awesome sound similar to that of the 911 RSR. 

The result is probably the hottest track tool Porsche has ever made available as a collector's' item.

The 4.2-litre six-cylinder boxer engine of the 911 GT3 R, a power unit that revs up to 9,400 rpm, benefits in particular from the removal of the restrictions imposed by the regulations: 

it achieves a power peak of up to 456 kW (620 PS). 

This corresponds to a power output of as much as 148 hp per litre of displacement – most probably a record for a naturally aspirated engine of a GT racing car. 

It is thus significantly more powerful than the original power unit, which can develop up to 416 kW (565 PS) in the 911 GT3 R, depending on the BoP rating. 

The water-cooled four-valve engine with direct petrol injection has been designed to run on E25 fuels. 

These include bio-ethanol fuels and so-called reFuel, in addition to regeneratively produced e-fuels, which make almost carbon-neutral operation possible. 

With their lower knocking tendency, they are paving the way for more advanced ignition angles and increased compression in the six combustion chambers. 

The pistons and camshafts developed specifically for the GT3 R rennsport engine deliver increased performance, especially when running on E25 fuels. However, the engine can also run on conventional fuels

The power transmission to the rear wheels, including the sequential six-speed constant-mesh gearbox, originates from the 911 GT3 R with only minor modifications. 

Gear changes are made via steering wheel paddles that control an electronic gearshift actuator. 

The transmission ratio of the fourth, fifth and sixth forward gears corresponds to the Daytona set-up of the GT3 racing car. 

In sixth gear, with an engine speed of 9,000 rpm, it gives the car a top speed that is around 20 kph higher than the shorter FIA homologated gear ratio of the GT3 R.

In the unsilenced version, the racing exhaust system with centrally positioned twin tailpipes offers an authentic and extremely emotional engine sound. 

Two quieter versions fitted with silencers and catalytic converters are available for racing circuits with noise restrictions.

The chassis is also basically identical to that of the GT3 racing car. 

At the front axle, a state-of-the-art double wishbone suspension layout is still used to perform wheel guidance with a multi-link suspension incorporated at the rear. 

The five-way adjustable racing shock absorbers from KW have a blow-off function. 

Porsche Motorsport delivers the 911 GT3 R rennsport with a specific basic set-up. 

Further adjustments to the suspension can be made using shims. Their benefit: 

they enable fine adjustments to be made without the need for time-consuming measurements of the suspension.

Another unique selling point of the car are the racing tyres offered by Michelin exclusively for GT3 R rennsport customers. 

These tyres benefit from a new construction associated with a new compound tread that result in an improved warm-up and drivability compared to the Michelin Pilot Sport M S9 (S9M). 

In addition, the specially developed tyre design on the sidewall of the tyre blends in seamlessly with the appearance of the vehicle.

The aluminium monobloc racing brake system from AP has been given brake pads with titanium backing plates. 

They reduce the total unsprung masses by approximately one kilogram. 

The new FT3.5 safety tank with a capacity of 117 litres is also a weight-saving feature, being one kilogram lighter than the previous version and in future can also be used in the 911 GT3 R for racing events. 

Another weight saving feature is the elimination of the air conditioning system. 

Ventilation for the driver is provided by the 911 GT3 R's seat cooling concept. 

Overall, the developers are aiming to achieve a kerb weight of 1,240 kilograms for the 911 GT3 R rennsport. 

This would be equivalent to a weight-to-power ratio of 2.0 kg/PS.

992 GT3 R 2022


Technical data Porsche 911 GT3 R (992) model year 2023

Concept • 

Single-seater customer race car; homologated for the FIA GTE category; homologation basis: Porsche 911 GT3 (992 series).
• Base weight: ca. 1,250 kg (depending of BoP classification); wheelbase: 2,507 mm.
• Length: 4,619 mm; width: 2,039 mm (front axle) / 2,050 mm (rear axle).
• Water-cooled six-cylinder boxer, rear-mounted; capacity 4,194 cc, stroke 81.5 mm, bore 104.5 mm; max rpm 9,250/min; power: ca. 416 kW (565 PS); four-valve technology; single throttle butterfly system; direct fuel injection; engine control unit Bosch MS 6.6; dry sump lubrication with oil-water heat exchanger; single mass flywheel; race exhaust system with twin tailpipes and DMSB certified catalytic converter; fuel quality: Superplus unleaded to E20 (min. 98 octane).


• Porsche six-speed sequential constant-mesh gearbox; shift paddles on the steering wheel with electronic shift actuator; mechanical limited slip differential with adjustable preload system unit; three-plate carbon race clutch.


• Lightweight body featuring intelligent aluminium-steel composite design; mounting points for lifting device, removable rescue hatch in the roof; welded-in roll cage; approved for co-driver use on circuits; six-bolt carbon racing seat pursuant to FIA 8862-2009; six-point safety harness for use with HANS®; longitudinally adjustable pedal assembly and adjustable steering column with steering angle senor; front cover with integrated quick-release fasteners, cooler exit-air duct and central air intake for cockpit ventilation; widened front bumper with spoiler lip; fenders with extensions; rear trim with integrated rain light in accordance with FIA; doors, carbon-fibre rear lid and rear wing; rear wing with "swan neck" mounts; fully polycarbonate glazing with hard coating; heated windscreen; four-post air jack system; valve mounting points on either side; 117-litre FT3 fuel cell in front of the car.
• Carbon-fibre interior trim, multifunctional carbon-fibre steering wheel with quick release coupling, shift paddles and illuminated push buttons; ergonomic digital touch panel with multi-color backlighting; safety nets (center and driver's side) in accordance with latest FIA safety regulations; integrated CFK side impact protection; drivers' seat with seat ventilation; fire extinguishing system with electronic release unit.


• Forged aluminium control arms and top mounts, stiffness optimised; highy-duty spherical bearings with dust protection; wheel hubs with central locking; five-way adjustable racing shock absorbers, motorsport-specific valve design and blow-off function; suspension adjustment via shims; sword-type anti-roll bars adjustable on both sides; spring travel potentiometer; tyre pressure monitoring system.
Front axle:
• Double wishbone front axle, adjustable ride height, camber and toe.
• Electro-hydraulic power steering.
• Single-piece alloy rims, 12.5J x 18, tyre size 30/68-18.
Rear axle:
• Multilink rear suspension, adjustable ride height, camber and toe.
• Racing driveshaft with tripod flanges.
• Single-piece alloy rims, 13.5J x 18, tyre size 31/71-18.


• Two independent brake circuits incorporating front and rear axle brake pressure sensors, driver adjustable brake-force distribution via brake balance system; racing brake pads; optimised brake ducting; brake temperature sensors; ergonomic brake pedal positioning for left and right foot braking.
• Generation 5 racing ABS from Bosch
• Front axle: Six-piston aluminum monobloc racing brake callipers 'anti knock-back' piston springs; internally vented multi-piece 390 mm x 35.7 mm steel brake discs; aluminium brake disc chamber.
• Rear axle: Four-piston aluminum monobloc racing brake callipers with 'anti knock-back' piston springs; internally ventilated multi-piece 370 mm x 32.1 mm steel brake discs; aluminium brake disc chamber.

Electrical system

• 992 EE Motorsport architecture; new easier-to-use Porsche toolset with more streamlined handling; latest generation Cosworth electronic components; Porsche Logger Unit; Porsche power box; 10.3-inch Porsche colour display with integrated RLU, data recording via USA stick; leak-proof LiFePo4 battery 12V, 40 Ah in the passenger footwell; 210 A alternator; digital touch panel with multi-colour backlighting; single-arm windscreen wiper with direct drive (intermittent and continuous).
• LED headlights with integrated auxiliary lights; LED taillights plus rain light. Attachments for Accident Data Recorder (ADR).


Porsche Motorsport now offers the new 911 GT3 R at a price of 511,000 Euros plus country-specific VAT and optional extras.

 the newest generation of the Porsche 911 GT3 R

The new Porsche 911 GT3 R will be unveiled to the public at this year's 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps. 

From the 2023 season, Porsche customer teams can campaign the new racing vehicle in worldwide motorsport events that adhere to the GT3 regulations. 

The vehicle is based on the latest 992-generation 911. Compared to its predecessor, the new 911 GT3 R features a larger engine producing up to 416 kW (565 PS), a more constant aerodynamic performance and an optimised vehicle balance.

With the latest generation of the 911 GT3 R, Porsche unveils a new customer racing car. 

The new challenger for GT3 series around the world is based on the current 992 generation and will be ready to race at the beginning of the 2023 season. 

Development began in 2019. Priority was given to further improving the driveability for professionals and so-called gentleman drivers, as well as tapping larger performance reserves for different Balance of Performance (BoP) classifications. 

Another focus was on streamlining the handling of the race car for the teams and reducing the running costs.
"The new 911 GT3 R has big shoes to fill," says Michael Dreiser, Sales Director at Porsche Motorsport. 

"Its forerunner has won almost everything there is to win in the GT3 scene in four seasons since 2019. 

Its stand-out successes include overall victories at the 24-hour races at the Nürburgring and also here at Spa-Francorchamps. 

Raced by our customers, the predecessor scored class victories at the 24 Hours of Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring. 

The new model faces a massive workload in the hands of the Porsche customer racing teams." 

After the GT3 class was announced as a professional category in the North American IMSA series, the FIA WEC World Endurance Championship follows suit: 

From 2024, GT3 racing cars such as the new 911 GT3 R will be eligible to take part in the 24 Hours of Le Mans for the first time.

"We hit the bull's eye with the enormously successful predecessor. 

Accordingly, the bar for its successor is high," emphasises Sebastian Golz, 911 GT3 R Project Manager at Porsche Motorsport. "Our task was less about making the new 911 GT3 R even faster – the classification within performance windows set by the BoP quickly cancels out this advantage. 

For us, it was primarily about our customers being able to drive the racing car fast for longer. This requires durability and that's why we focused predominantly on improved driveability. 

This is reflected in the new 4.2-litre engine's broader usable rev band, more stable and constant aerodynamics and lower loads on the rear tyres, which allow their potential to last longer."

Engine based on the 911 generation 992

At the core of the new racing car is the near-standard engine based on the 992-generation 911 power plant. 

Like in the previous model, it is a water-cooled flat-six engine with four-valve technology and direct fuel injection. 

The main new development is the displacement: like the 911 RSR, the capacity of the new 911 GT3 R has increased by a good five per cent from 3,997 to 4,194 cc. 

This has boosted the engine's peak output to around 416 kW (565 PS). First and foremost, however, Porsche has optimised the torque and power curve across the entire rev range. Consequently, the new 4.2-litre six-cylinder is better suited to gentleman drivers.

The high-revving six-cylinder manages without turbocharging and sits in the classic rear position, thus enhancing traction and braking. 

However, it has been tilted forwards by 5.5 degrees, creating more leeway for the underbody diffuser. 

Auxiliary units such as the alternator and the air conditioning compressor were moved a good metre forward and further down into a space in front of the engine and gearbox, which has a positive effect on the weight balance of the 911 GT3 R. The sequential six-speed contest-mesh gearbox is derived from the current 911 GT3 Cup. 

Shift paddles control an electronic shift drum actuator that enables particularly rapid and precise gear changes.

Suspension modified in many details

The new 911 GT3 R's suspension – many details of which have been modified – supports driveability, allows more precise steering, ensures less wear on the rear tyres and reduces the time spent on set-up changes. 

For this, numerous components and technical solutions were taken from the 911 RSR. 

At the front axle, a state-of-the-art double wishbone layout controls the wheels. 

The rear axle sports a multi-link design. The KW shock absorbers were further improved and offer five adjustment settings. 

Set-up modifications are done with so-called shims. These plates enable precision adjustments without the need for the time-consuming re-alignment of the suspension afterwards.

The optimised positioning of the central pivot points at the front axle frees up space for the aerodynamic "race underfloor" concept. 

Like in the 911 RSR, this elevated underbody allows for a clean flow of air to the rear diffuser and reduces the pitch sensitivity of the racing car – i.e. a high rake under braking. The rear wheels have moved a little further back, which extends the wheelbase from 2,459 to 2,507 millimetres. 

This also reduces the load on the rear tyres and improves the consistency of the tyres' performance over longer stints.


Racing brake callipers by the specialist AP

In addition to the aluminium monobloc racing brake callipers, the brake discs on the new 911 GT3 R are now also supplied by the specialist company AP. 

The internally vented and slotted front steel discs measure 390 mm in diameter and are activated by six pistons. 

Fitted at the rear are four-piston callipers and discs measuring 370 mm. A sophisticated software application for the fifth-generation racing ABS reduces wear on the tyres and brakes. 

Porsche's traction control system also received a further development.

The new 911 GT3 R is just the second racing car from Porsche Motorsport to be based on the current 992-generation 911 after the 911 GT3 Cup. Its lightweight body with an intelligent aluminium-steel composite design draws on the production model, albeit with major modifications for use in the 911 GT3 R. 

Almost all body components are made of lightweight carbon, including the front and rear lids, doors, side panels, rear wing and roof. 

The wheel arches are made of aramid fibres.


Lightweight body with an aluminium-steel composite design

In a vehicle like the new 911 GT3 R, functionality stands at the forefront. Nevertheless, Grant Larson from Style Porsche again succeeded in creating particularly stunning and harmonious shapes. 

They accentuate the heritage of the nine-eleven and blend it with sophisticated efficiency. 

Most notably, this is reflected in the aerodynamics. The key points: an elevated underbody at the fore of the front axle, for the first time in conjunction with a smooth undertray, and a rear diffuser. 

This combination improves downforce without a significant increase in drag. 

The rear wing now features a swan-neck mount. This ensures a clean airflow under the wing and thus improves the aerodynamic efficiency of the component.

 In terms of safety, the new 911 GT3 R follows an uncompromising approach. 

The seat has moved closer to the centre of the car. 

This enabled Porsche to optimally adapt the more ergonomic seat position to the improved roll cage and the newly developed FIA side impact protection. 

Like in the forerunner, the steering wheel and pedals can be adjusted longitudinally to suit the driver. 

Porsche specialists took another close look at the six-point safety harness: 

the tongues now slide even faster into the clasp via special ramps – saving about a second during pit stops for driver changes. 

The steering wheel design also received further upgrades on the previous model. It incorporates elements that have proven themselves in the latest generation 911 GT3 Cup and 911 RSR race cars. 

The 10.3-inch display, for example, comes from the successful one-make cup racer, with the multi-switch concept adopted from the Le Mans class winner.

The high-performance LED headlights on the 911 GT3 R rely on so-called collimator technology, which Porsche developed for the new LMDh 963 prototype, among others. 

This device works like a magnifying glass, only in reverse. It illuminates a particularly large area of the racetrack and is a significant improvement on the predecessor model, which was previously regarded as the class leader.  

992 GT3 Cup

Stronger, faster, more spectacular


Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (992) model year 2021

Single-seater customer racing car

Weight / Dimensions :

Total weight: ca. 1,260 kg

Length: 4,585 mm

Width: 1,920 mm (front axle) / 1,902 mm (rear axle)

Wheelbase: 2,459 mm

Engine :

Water-cooled six-cylinder boxer rear engine, displacement 3,996 cm3, stroke 81.5 mm, bore 102 mm, ca. 375 kW (510 hp) at 8,400 rpm max. torque

470 Nm at 6,150 rpm, max. rpm 8,750n four-valve technology, single throttle

butterfly systemn intake manifold with two resonance flaps, engine control unit

Bosch MS 6.6, dry-sump lubrication, single-mass flywheel race exhaust system with DMSB certified catalytic converter

Fuel quality : 

Superplus unleaded, to E20 (min. 98 octane).

Transmission :

Porsche six-speed sequential dog-type gearbox, paddle shift with electronic shift barrel actuator, mechanical limited slip differential, three-plate sintered metal racing clutch.

Body :

Lightweight body featuring intelligent aluminium-steel composite design, mounting points for lifting device, removable rescue hatch in roof, welded-in roll-cage, approved for co-driver use on circuits, seat in accordance with FIA Standard 8862/2009, infinite longitudinal adjustment, two positions for height and inclination; six-point racing safety harness, for use with HANS®, adjustable steering column with steering angle sensor; front cover with integrated quick-release fasteners, cooler exit-air duct and central air intake for cockpit ventilation, widened front bumper with spoiler lip, fenders with extensions, rear bodywork with integrated rain light in accordance with FIA regulations; doors, rear cover and rear wing of CFRP, rear wing with 'swan neck' mounting, adjustable in 11 positions, polycarbonate windows with hard coating; air-jack system with three jacks, valve mounting points on either side of the car; 110-litre FT3 safety fuel cell in the front.

CFRP interior trim panels, multifunctional CFRP motorsport steering wheel with quick-release coupling, shift paddles and illuminated push buttons; ergonomic digital touch panel with multi-colour backlight, safety nets (centre and driver's side) in accordance with latest FIA safety regulations, preparation for seat ventilation, fire extinguisher system with electronic release unit.

Suspension :

Forged aluminium control arms & top mounts, stiffness optimised, heavy-duty spherical bearings with dust protection, wheel hubs with centre-lock wheel nut, shock absorbers with motorsport-specific valve characteristic, double-blade-type adjustable anti-roll bars, tyre pressure monitoring system.

Front axle :

Double wishbone front suspension, adjustable ride-height, camber and toe, Electro-mechanical power steering with manoeuvring function.

Rear axle :

Multi-link rear suspension, adjustable in ride-height, camber and toe, Motor racing drive shafts optimised for reliability and durability.

Brake system :

Two independent brake circuits incorporating front and rear axle brake pressure sensors, driver adjustable brake force distribution via brake balance system, racing brake pads; optimised brake ducts, ergonomic brake pedal positioning.

Front axle : 

Six-piston aluminium monobloc racing brake callipers with 'anti knock-back' piston springs; ventilated 380 mm x 32 mm steel brake discs mounted on aluminium disc bells; aluminium brake disc chamber.

Rear axle : 

Four-piston aluminium monobloc racing brake callipers with 'anti knock-back' piston springs; ventilated 380 mm x 32 mm steel brake discs mounted on aluminium disc bells; aluminium brake disc chamber.

Wheels / Tyres :

Front axle : 

Single-piece centre-lock alloy wheels conforming to Porsche specification and design, 12J x 18, tyre dimension 30/65-18

Rear axle : 

Single-piece centre-lock alloy wheels conforming to Porsche specification and design, 13J x 18, tyre dimension 31/71-18.

Electrical system :

Porsche Logger Unit : 

Porsche Power Box, 10.3 inch Porsche colour display, lightweight, leak-proof LiFePO4 battery 12V, 60 Ah in passenger footwell, 175 A alternator; digital touch panel with multi-colour backlight, single-arm windscreen wiper with direct drive (intermittent and continuous operation), three additional centre console switches for additional power consumers, data connection (data logger, video system).

LED main headlights and daytime running lights, taillights and rain light in LED technology.

Porsche has unveiled the latest generation of the world's top-selling racing car : 

The New Porsche 911 cup : 

992 GT3 CUP

From the start of the 2021 season, the 992 generation racer will be campaigned in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup and several other Carrera Cup Championships around the globe, including North America for the first time. 

The new 992 will make its Australian debut in Porsche PAYCE Carrera Cup in 2022.

The spectacularly styled Cup car is the first racing version based on the current 992 generation and the first makes-cup racer of the sports car manufacturer to feature a wide turbo-spec body. 

Producing around 375 kW / 510 PS* (horsepower), it exceeds the output of its immediate predecessor by 25 horsepower. 

Moreover, the new GT3 Cup can run on synthetic fuels, which significantly lowers CO2 emissions under racing conditions. 

The lap times of the completely new Cup 911 should be slashed by a good one per cent, depending on the track layout.

Porsche presented the very first 911 Cup car in 1990. It was based on the 964 generation and headed into its debut season in the German Porsche Carrera Cup with 260 hp. 

From 1993, it was also raced in the newly established Porsche Supercup, which ran as part of the Formula 1 support programme. 

Over the next years, five more generations of this exceptionally successful racing vehicle followed - of which to date a record number of 4,251 units have been produced.

"The new 911 GT3 Cup will shape the face of our customer sport commitment around the world."Michael Dreiser, Director Sales Porsche Motorsport

"The 911 made history as the baseline model for the Carrera Cups and the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup - no other racing car has found as many satisfied customers since 1990 as the 911," states Michael Dreiser, Director Sales Porsche Motorsport. 

"The new 911 GT3 Cup now starts a new chapter. Our goal is to pass the 5,000 mark in production over the coming years. Like its ancestral lineage, this model will also assist a whole new generation of talented racing drivers on their path to professional motorsport and shape the face of our customer sport commitment around the world."

The groundwork for the latest model was laid in 2018. Concrete development began in early 2019. 

The main development goals of the team led by project manager Jan Feldmann were to further improve performance, achieve a more aggressive design, easier handling and greater durability with less outlay in terms of time and maintenance. The result is reflected in many aspects of the new racing vehicle, which, like its predecessor, rolls off the production line in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen alongside the 911 production models.

"With its improved performance and the optimised cockpit, the new 911 GT3 Cup is the best Cup car that Porsche has ever built." "Jan Feldmann, project manager 911 GT3 Cup

"We wanted to position the new 911 GT3 Cup even more as a professional racing car, while also making it more cost-effective for the teams to run," explains Feldmann. 

"We were particularly successful in achieving this thanks to its striking appearance, the improved suspension and intelligent solutions for electrical details. The handling of the new 911 GT3 Cup is noticeably more precise and even more fun. With its improved performance and the optimised cockpit, it's the best Cup car that Porsche has ever built."

New 911 GT3 Cup impresses with optimised aerodynamics

One of the most striking features of the new 911 GT3 Cup is its optimised aerodynamics and the overall more muscular appearance - it looks even more impressive at first glance. 

This is partly thanks to the wide turbo-spec lightweight body that is being used for the first time in the Cup car. 

Measuring a total of 1,902 millimetres in width, it exceeds the rear width of the previous model by 28 millimetres and is distinguished by its additional cooling air inlets in front of the wheels.

Furthermore, the front axle of the 992 generation of the 911 is also significantly broader. 

Thanks to additional flared fenders, the new 911 GT3 Cup now measures as much as 1,920 millimetres at the front axle. 

This opens the door for a harmonious wheel-tyre combination with 12-inch wide rims on the front and 13-inch wheels at the rear axle. 

This is typical for GT racing and has a positive effect on the handling and driveability of the racing car.

At the same time, the seventh generation of the Cup racer generates noticeably more aerodynamic downforce. 

This is thanks to the combination of the rear spoiler with the larger rear wing and front apron, which was specifically adapted to racing by means of a front lip spoiler and strategically-positioned separation edges. 

The eleven-stage adjustable rear wing with a 'swan neck' mounting ensures uninterrupted under-wing airflow. 

This improved aerodynamic efficiency also ensures more stable handling, especially in fast corners.

The body of the 991.2 generation Cup car consisted of 70 per cent steel and 30 per cent aluminium. The ratio in the successor has been switched. 

The fact that the vehicle still weighs around 35 kilograms more with a dry weight of 1,260 kilograms is due, for example, to extra struts being added to the steel safety cell. 

The removable escape hatch in the roof complies with the latest FIA standards. 

All windows in the GT3 Cup are made of lightweight polycarbonate and have scratch-resistant hard-coat glazing. The doors, engine hood and rear wing are made of carbon-fibre reinforced plastic. 

In contrast, the front hood with its distinctive exit-air duct and central air intake is a prime example of the intelligent use of materials: Like in the 911 Carrera, it is made of aluminium - which lowers repair costs in the case of an accident.

The designers put a lot of thought into the ergonomics specifically for the drivers. In addition to the incline, the new racing seat can now be adjusted in two height settings. 

In conjunction with the adjustable steering column, this ensures an ideal fit for every driver stature. 

A range of padding thicknesses allows the seats to be adapted to the needs of individual drivers. 

The redesigned, open-top, motorsport multifunction steering wheel made of carbon-fibre is yet another development adopted from the 911 GT3 R. Following drivers' feedback, its illuminated buttons have been rearranged.

Control element of the 919 Hybrid integrated in the new 911 GT3 Cup

The so-called Rubber Switch Panel (RSP) with its ten large buttons on the right is reminiscent of a control element in the Porsche 919 Hybrid. 

These buttons are easy to use, even in the heat of the race and are given designated central functions such as lighting and ventilation or to change tyre settings from dry to wet tyres. 

One example of a clever enhancement to details is the adjustment of brake balance: Now, it can be intuitively controlled via a rotary knob switch on the outside right of the RSP in or against the direction of travel - depending on whether the front axle needs more or less brake pressure.

The designers have revamped the centrally-positioned, 10.3-inch colour monitor. 

The screen prioritises the display of key data and information for the driver while racing. 

Displayed alongside the engine revs are water and oil temperatures, the gear currently engaged and error messages or information on important baseline settings, such as "wet" for racing in rain. 

After the readout of the data, the design of both the display and the computer monitors are aligned so that the driver and race engineer see the same information. 

This helps with analyses after each session. 

The electronics are designed to be user-friendly for easier error analyses and specific help in problem-solving. 

Around 700 diagnostic options are available. 

Specific software summarises all information more clearly and comprehensibly. 

Optional vehicle functions such as ABS or traction control are already stored in the system. They can be activated via a digital code. 

In the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup and in most national Carrera Cups, these driving aids are switched off: in these championships, the talent of the drivers alone is what counts

Another example of subtle, sophisticated solutions in the new 911 GT3 Cup can be seen in the arrangement of the electronic components: Motorsport control units and data loggers have been relocated from the passenger footwell to the right rear compartment

As a result, they no longer hinder the installation of a second seat, for instance when 'racing taxi drives' are required.

The chassis of the Cup 911 offers the finest racing technology

While the rear axle essentially remains unchanged compared to the production model, the front wheels are now controlled by double wishbones and Uniball bearings - like in the 911 RSR, Porsche's current top racing model.

 Through this, the dampers are no longer exposed to lateral forces, only axial forces. 

This ensures more precise turn-in behaviour and gives a better feeling for the front axle. 

The shock absorbers have also inherited the cutting-edge valve technology from the 919 Hybrid and 911 RSR. 

Fully electro-mechanical power steering has been introduced into the 911 GT3 Cup for the first time. 

This means that the hydraulic pump and associated hydraulic lines are no longer needed.

In terms of the engine, the 911 GT3 Cup remains true to the naturally aspirated principle. 

In the racing version, the four-litre, water-cooled flat-six engine develops 375 kW (510 hp). 

Its high-revving unit with dry-sump lubrication reaches top performance at 8,400 rpm - up from the previous 7,500 rpm. 

It redlines at 8,750 rpm with maximum torque of 470 Newton metres at 6,150 rpm. 

A single throttle butterfly system with two resonance flaps ensures an even more spontaneous response, and in conjunction with the catalytic converter racing exhaust system, produces an awe-inspiring sound. 

Three different exhaust systems are available to choose from - depending on the racing series, the regulations and the racetrack. 

Bosch supplies the MS 6.6 electronic engine management system.

Like with its immediate predecessor, the six-cylinder only needs a maintenance check after 100 hours of track time

The engine is connected to the sequential, 72-kilogram six-speed dog-type gearbox via a single-mass flywheel and a three-plate sintered metal racing clutch. 

Gear changes are made via a paddle shift on the steering wheel, with a "minor inspection" of the gearbox needed after 60 hours of racing - which corresponds to roughly two years in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup

A major overhaul is due after 120 hours of racing

The shift barrel actuator is operated by an electric servo-motor, replacing the previous pneumatic unit. 

The advantage: even faster gear changes, the option of live diagnoses and a lowered risk of damage, for example in the event of gearshift errors.

The special attention given to detailed improvements is reflected in the 911 GT3 Cup in many other optimisations :

  • Every Cup car from Porsche Motorsport is now delivered with a complete accessory kit, which includes, for example, all special tools and wishbone spacers required for track adjustment. Hence, the ex-works 911 GT3 Cup is ready to race without customer teams having to order these parts individually.
  • In the new model generation, the water radiators remain directly behind the front apron. This positioning was deliberately retained: the risk of damaging the radiators prevents an overly aggressive driving style. At the same time, the placing of a strut ensures that minor nudges go unpunished.
  • Special brake callipers now enable the brake pads to be changed faster.
  • The drive shafts of the rear axle now have a special, more durable motor racing design.
  • Textile loops have been reintroduced as attachment points for tow ropes. These replace the previously used steel swivel tow hooks.
  • A new central nozzle for the fire extinguishing system improves the distribution of the extinguishing agent inside the cockpit.
  • The new positioning of the release unit makes it easier for scrutineers to check from the outside whether the fire extinguisher is working correctly.
  • Adapted safety quick releases for the inside door openers improve the ergonomics when exiting the cockpit as well as safety in the event of an emergency.
  • The onboard electrical system functions without actual plug fuses. This reduces the amount of materials used in the wiring harness and saves weight. The redesign is easier to access thanks to its central positioning.
  • Should the engine stall at the start of the race, the hazard warning lights switch on automatically to warn other competitors of the danger. 
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                              911 GT3 R 2019

550hp to Race !

Seen on several circuits as part of tests and races is several series by Porsche, the new 911 GT3R version 2019 has just been released from the manufacturer Porsche.

Intended for customer competition, this new GT3 replaces the old generation to continue to offer a full range to teams, from the Cayman GT4 to the 911 GT3 Cup to the ultimate Porsche 911 RSR at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

The new Porsche 911 GT3 R has start its career in 2019, and will be eligible in all championships that use the GT3 regulations.

For this 2019 vintage of the Porsche 911 R, we find 550 hp with, of course, an atmospheric flat 6 engine with 4 liters of displacement.

Power is transferred only to the rear, with a 6-speed sequential gearbox. 

Proof of the strong links that exist between racing on the circuit and certain road models, there are many mechanical elements shared with the 911 GT3 RS.

Thus, the direct injection system, but also the variable settings of the valve timing of the intake and exhaust camshafts are common with the production 911 GT3 RS, already extreme, it must be admitted (see the technical sheet of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS type 991).

Porsche indicates that the engine of this 2019 911 GT3 R is easier to handle, and notably offers a greater operating range in revs.

When starting, just like when changing gears, there is no need to look for the clutch pedal.

The steering wheel sequential gear system is associated with an electro-hydraulically controlled clutch.

The 2019 911 GT3 R, is a racehorse

Aesthetically, again, the links with the 911 GT3 RS that we discovered at the Geneva Motor Show are clear.

The aerodynamics are however largely optimized, and it is a complete racing car that we discover, in particular through the use of composite materials for certain elements of the bodywork or even polycarbonate for the windows.

If you still had any doubts about the beauty's bestial character, the 1.9m long and 40cm wide rear wing is here to remind you that the 911 GT3 R is designed to swallow the miles at very, very very lively.

Porsche thinks about power, style ... and also brings innovations in terms of safety and practicality.

Example with the possibility of refueling on the left or the right of the car!

An excellent idea to optimize the time needed during a pit stop to fill the 120-liter tank, and to facilitate the work of the mechanics.

Another innovation in the subject of security, the possibility of quickly removing doors and windows, in particular for a rapid intervention.

The steering position is also optimized, thanks in particular to customer feedback.

The seat, fixed at 6 points, allows you to adjust the center of gravity perfectly.

A safety element, placed in the driver's door, provides protection in the event of a side impact.

It is a kevlar, aluminum and carbon structure, designed to absorb energy in the event of an impact.

On board, the cockpit makes you want to go through the loops of the Nürburgring or to attack the straight line of the Mistral. 

The alignment of some controls has been revised, and air conditioning is introduced.

In fact, the 911 GT3 R was until now without any air conditioning system, which could cause the temperature of the passenger compartment to rise very, very high in sunny weather conditions. 

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911 GT2 RS Clubsport

reserved exclusively for the track

The 911 GT2 RS Clubsport will be produced in a limited edition of 200 and will be exclusively intended for the track and certain car competitions, some of which are at international level.

"We are currently having very productive discussions with the organizer of the SRO race",

said Dr Frank-Steffen Walliser, Vice President of Motorsport and GT Cars.

A model derived from the production 911 GT2 RS

This GT2RS Clubsport was designed on the basis of the production 911 GT2 RS, just like the 935 unveiled by Porsche a few weeks ago. The two sports cars share the same engine as their legal parents: a state-of-the-art 3.8l, 700hp six-cylinder flat engine.

Power from the rear engine is transferred via a seven-speed Porsche Dual Clutch Transmission (PDK) rigidly mounted to the 310-millimeter-wide rear wheels.

911 GT2 RS Clubsport:             specific preparation for racing

As in all other racing versions of the 911, the driver changes gears via ergonomic shift paddles located on the steering wheel.

Positioning the motor behind the rear axle guarantees excellent traction and braking performance.

Six-piston aluminum monoblock racing calipers on the front axle, combined with grooved, internally ventilated steel brake discs with a diameter of 390 millimeters, provide excellent deceleration values ​​on the front axle. 

The rear axle is fitted with four-piston calipers and 380-millimeter discs.

Clubsport version with a weight/power ratio dropping below 2kg/hp

Like the legally homologated 911 GT2 RS, the Clubsport version sees its weight reduced by 80 kg to pass under 1400 kg with 1390 kg and have an impressive weight / power ratio of 1.98 kg / hp.

The 911 GT2 RS Clubsport is equipped with the PSM (Porsche Stability Management) system including traction control as well as an anti-lock braking system (ABS).

Thanks to a switch in the center console, these assistance systems can be adjusted separately or completely deactivated, depending on the driving situation.

The carbon steering wheel and the color display behind it were borrowed from the 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 R.

A massive safety cage combined with a racing bucket seat and six-point safety harness ensure maximum safety.

Air conditioning provides optimum cooling of the interior.

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Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport25


Technical specifications

Engine 6-cylinder aluminum twin-turbo boxer engine in rear position and with rigid suspension

Displacement 3,800 cm³; Stroke 77.5 mm; 102 mm bore

Output 515 kW (700 hp) at 7,000 rpm

Transmission 7-speed PDK transmission with rigid suspension and short shift times

911 GT2 RS Clubsport 25

What distinguishes our partnership? 

Success on the racetrack. 

Records for the history books. 

Now also a very special racing car: 

the new 911 GT2 RS Clubsport 25 is a special model on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Manthey-Racing GmbH. 

Our partner on and off the racetrack. 

The racing car is limited to 30 copies. 

It was developed in close cooperation between Porsche Motorsport and Manthey for track day and circuit use.


Our inspiration? 25 years of success on the world's circuits. 

And yet the proximity to the green hell cannot be denied: the 911 GT2 RS Clubsport 25 emulates its big brother and the overall winner of the Nürburgring - the green and yellow Manthey Porsche 911 GT3 R "Grello". 

As with the modern Porsche 935, the basis for the anniversary model is the 911 GT2 RS - the most powerful street-legal sports car from Weissach.


Our drive? The next victory. 

Because even after 25 years we fight together for the fastest lap in every race. 

The 911 GT2 RS Clubsport 25 will also have to prove itself in this. 

Its prerequisites are ideal: 

its 3.8-liter, 515 kW (700 hp) 6-cylinder boxer engine with twin-turbo charging in the rear lets it go relentlessly on the circuits around the world. 

The untamed power reaches the rear wheels via the motorsport-proven 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK). 

The experience of a winning team, paired with unrestrained performance, gives the anniversary model the direction: 

always further forward.


What keeps us on track !!! 

An overall aerodynamic concept that combines the experience of 25 years of research on the racetrack with the latest technology. 

In focus: 

the center cooler concept. 

Based on the Porsche 911 GT3 R, the concept offers several advantages. 

The always optimal flow ensures that the engine can work in the ideal temperature window for a long period of time. 

The new cooler position protects it better from outside contact on the track. 

The completely redeveloped front apron contributes to the optimal air flow with a central inlet.

Double-decker flicks on the outside are also reminiscent of the "Grello" and increase downforce on the front axle. 

On the newly designed front carbon fiber hood, the outlets, separated by a central bar, direct the hot exhaust air over the roof to the rear wing, as on the 911 GT3 R. 

In addition, the vehicle has a closed underbody. 

The central NACA opening, which was combined with the Porsche crest, provides fresh air in the cockpit.


Our protection !!! 

That we don't just look for top values ​​when it comes to performance.

 Because safety is also the measure of all things: 

the interior, including the welded-in safety cell, complies with the FIA ​​standard of the 911 GT2 RS Clubsport. 

The rain taillight meets the latest regulatory requirements and is also used in the latest generation of the 911 GT3 Cup (992). 

In addition, the limited special edition has a removable escape hatch in the CFRP roof, an extinguishing system, a longitudinally adjustable RECARO racing seat with a customizable padding system, a 6-point seat belt, a 115-liter FT3 safety tank and tow loops at the front and rear ex works.


Our sight !!! 


The independent design of the new 911 GT2 RS Clubsport 25 anticipates future racing cars in individual elements. 

At the same time, targeted color elements are reminiscent of the long-term partnership. 

The colors of the Manthey "Grello" were used by the designers as an accent color to emphasize the bond between the two partners Porsche and Manthey. 

The new 911 GT2 RS Clubsport 25 also bridges the gap between the Porsche 911 model generations 991 and 992. 

Other design elements are reminiscent of past and current racing cars: 

the particularly wide rear spoiler protrudes into the body like the modern 935. The optimized diffuser forms the framework for the newly designed exhaust system, which is a real design highlight.




concept car, 

100% electric of course, gives an overview of future models intended for competition at Porsche.

Porsche is preparing the future, not only for its homologated models for the road, but also for those dedicated to the track. 

At the Munich Motor Show, the German manufacturer presents the Mission R concept which incorporates several innovations that will be found on future production models, but also competition models designed for one-design championships.

With nearly 1,100 horsepower under the hood, the prototype is a foretaste of what motorsport will be like in the years to come, for Porsche initially, but also for many other manufacturers.

Aerodynamic and eco-responsible

The design of the Porsche Mission R has been taken to the extreme, in every sense of the word, while maintaining the new aesthetic identity of the manufacturer from Stuttgart. The LED optics at the front are reminiscent of the Taycan, while the 3D effect rear strip is a tribute to the 911. The design is influenced by the race, with elaborate and aerodynamic surfaces, all punctuated by a huge spoiler.

The Mission R is much more than a "lambda" racing car to which one or more electric motors have been grafted. 

This is an "eco-responsible" model whose components are made from natural fibers, such as linen for example. 

This material is found at the level of the splitter, the diffuser, the side skirts and the seat. The monocoque, meanwhile, is made of carbon fiber to reduce the weight of the machine.

Several power levels available

As you can see from the photos, there is a bit of Taycan in this Mission R concept car, especially on the exterior, but a bit less on the interior. 

The screen in front of the driver transcribes the images of the external cameras installed on the sides and at the rear, while the telemetry is highlighted on the steering wheel. 

In addition, an additional screen can be installed to control the driver's biometric information.

The Mission R's powertrain consists of two new electric blocks. 

One is located at the front and develops 435 horsepower, while the one at the rear is capable of delivering 653 horsepower. 

Total power is claimed by Porsche at 1088 horsepower. 

The 0 to 100 km / h is shot in 2.5 seconds, while the maximum speed is announced at over 300 km / h.

Important thing to know, the 1088 horses are available in the qualifying phase, as a preamble to a "Porsche Mission R Cup" if we take the example of the Porsche Carrera Cup which exists today. 

In race configuration, for obvious reliability reasons, the power peaks at 680 horsepower, like a certain Porsche Taycan Turbo. 

Thanks to its 900-volt architecture and Porsche Turbo Charging technology, the Mission R can go from 5 to 80% in just 15 minutes. Maximum charging power is advertised at 340 kW.

Porsche ensures that the prototype guarantees the same track times as the current 911 GT3 Cup. 

It is therefore not just a question of efficiency and environmental concerns: 

with Mission R, electric mobility is also transforming motorsport and ensuring it a perhaps more virtuous future.

991 cup

GO GO GO GO !!!!


Porsche cup  launched its 911 GT3 Cup model for next year's Carrera Cup championship 

The new car will be exclusively raced in the Porsche Carrera Cup seasons.

Current Carrera Cup drivers and teams will have the first option to purchase the new race-bred 911, followed by GT3 Cup Challenge participants and then other interested parties.

Porsche will also introduce a new class structure with the Elite Class now divided into Professional-Amateur (Pro-Am) and Amateur (Am) in addition to the existing Outright class for professional drivers.

"Carrera Cup is, first and foremost, Porsche customer sport and it's critical we get the right mix of professional and semi-professional racers," said Porsche of Public Relations and Motorsport.

"As well as providing a level playing field for the best professional drivers to showcase their talent we also need to make the series appealing for the semi-pros which form the backbone of Carrera Cup.

"Initial feedback from those racing this car has been extremely positive - from the driving experience through to general maintenance and cost of ownership, which has been a key focus in the development of this next generation GT3 Cup car.

"We are talking some significant figures in the lifecycle of several key components between scheduled maintenance; engine run time is doubled now to 100 hours while gearboxes can run 30 and 60 hours between minor and major services, respectively."

The new 911 GT3 Cup features improvements in all key areas - power, aerodynamics, longevity, safety.

Developed from scratch, the new engine offers even greater power output than before. Engine capacity for the naturally aspirated six-cylinder boxer unit goes up from 3.8 to 4.0 litres with power raised from 338 kW (460 hp) to 357 kW (485 hp) at 7,500 rpm. Drive is transmitted to the rear axle by a racing clutch and a Porsche six speed sequential dog-type transmission. Gears are changed manually by means of paddle shifters with electro-pneumatic assistance.

The addition of a Bosch anti-lock braking system sees the return of the driver aid to Carrera Cup since the 2005 season.

ABS will be used exclusively for Pro-Am and Am competitors.

New front and rear aprons give the 911 GT3 Cup a more angular appearance while providing optimised aerodynamics, while an enlarged roof hatch and proven bodyshell of aluminium and steel hybrid construction ensures this generation 911 GT3 Cup is the safest yet.

Revised software enables vehicle diagnostics to be performed on the steering wheel display. Extra sensors on the car augment the information content of acquired vehicle data, increasing the data evaluation potential.

Technical Specifications

- Single-seater production-based race car
- Base model: 911 GT3

- Aluminium six-cylinder horizontally opposed engine, rear-mounted
- 3,996 cm3; stroke 81.5 mm; bore 102 mm
- Max. power: 357 kW (485 hp) at 7,500 rpm
- Max. torque: 480 Nm at 6,250 rpm

- Porsche six-speed sequential dog-type transmission
- Pneumatic gearshift activation (paddle shift)

- Intelligent lightweight construction in aluminium and steel composite
- Weld-in roll cage, certified compliance with FIA homologation regulations for safety cages

- Two independent brake circuits with brake pressure sensors for front and rear axle, adjustable by the driver via brake balance system
- Bosch ABS system

- COSWORTH colour display ICD with integrated fault diagnostics
- COSWORTH electrical system control unit IPS32
- VBOX Video HD2 in-car camera system


Total weight: ca. 1'200 kg
Total length: 4'564 mm
Total width: 1'980 mm
Total height: 1'246 mm
Wheelbase: 2'456 mm

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