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Porsche – 911 RSR (2013)


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Porsche developed a new GT race car for the World Endurance Championship (WEC) and the Le Mans 24 Hours in 2013. The new 911 RSR based on the seventh generation of the iconic 911 sports car. A new development from Porsche Motorsport was the particularly lightweight racing gearbox. The six gears were selected via paddles on the steering wheel. The new 911 RSR was characterised by consequent lightweight design with numerous components made of carbon fibre and sophisticated aerodynamics. The quick-change concept of the body parts was specially adapted for endurance racing, allowing shorter repair times. The front end, front lid and rear panel were fitted with quick release systems and could be replaced within seconds. The look of the new 911 RSR was dominated by the flared mudguards and the deep cooling air intakes at the front. The livery honoured a special anniversary: From a bird’s eye perspective, the numbers 50 and 911 were visible. These stood for 50 years of the Porsche 911. At the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Porsche achieved a double victory in the GT class straightaway: Driving the 911 RSR with starting number 92 Porsche works drivers Marc Lieb, Richard Lietz and Romain Dumas took the class, followed by the second 911 RSR with starting number 91. 

Technical Data
Model Year 2013
Engine 6-Cyl. Boxer
Displacement 4000 cc
Power Output 338 kW (460 PS)
1245 kg

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