Race Cars

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911 GT3 RSR (Type 997)

The successful 911 GT3 RSR has been significantly revised for the 2012 season. The most distinctive feature is the wider rear stance which enhances down force, air flow, and cooling.

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911 GT3 R Hybrid

Now in its third year, the Porsche racing lab built from the 911 GT3 R race car - the Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid - uses two electric motors and a flywheel to use regenerative brake energy to supplement the traditional gasoline race engine.

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911 GT3 R (Type 997)

The new Porsche 911 GT3 R replaces the 911 GT3 Cup S in Porsche Motorsports' model range and will be raced in series based on international FIA GT3 regulations.

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911 GT3 Cup (Type 997)

Developed for Porsche One-make cups, the successor to the best-selling racing car of all time built in a production series of more than 1,400 units is based for the first time on the 911 GT3 RS.

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Racing components

In addition to providing a comprehensive parts service, the specialists in Weissach are also the contacts for engine and transmission overhauls.

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Racing gear

Get kitted out for the Porsche cockpit with the best of racing clothes from the Porsche motor sport department.

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Porsche 962

The 962 was first designed under the for Porsche customers in the USA, where it was to be used in the IMSA racing series.

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