Patrick Long & the 2012 Porsche 911 on Daytona Beach
We asked Porsche factory driver Patrick Long to drive 10 mph in the new 911. (That's the speed limit on the sands of Daytona Beach.) Did we mention he did this the day after driving the Rolex 24? Learn more and see the photos here: http://bit.ly/wa7iR4
Porsche 911 GT2 v Corvette ZR1 - drag race by autocar.co.uk
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Porsche GT3 Cup vs. Lexus LFA at Monticello Motor Club
Grand-Am Champion Scott Pruett tracks the new Lexus LFA while Porsche Works Driver Pat Long sets a track record in the Jlowe Racing Porsche GT3 Cup. Just another day at New York's Monticello Motor Club. Beautifully shot and produced by TangentVector.
Porsche GT3 RS 4.0 review at Silverstone - Auto Express
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Porsche makes its farewells to the current generation of 911s in extreme racing style, with the GT3 RS 4.0
Saying "auf wiedersehen" is never easy, especially to the 911 997 series, one of the most popular generations of German supercar ever built. But Porsche have found a way of doing so with a smile and their secret is this: the GT3 RS 4.0.
Porsche 993 RSR 2 61 litre twin turbo dyno
Very first Dyno pull on our PowerFlo Constant Eddy Dyno with custom 2.61 litre twin turbo engine installed in a 1997 RSR 3.8 to refine EFI system. 440hp on this run later developed to 565hp for which this car went on to when races in PCA Club racing in the GT3 category with such frequency it, and our tan car #134 resulted in the club racing rules being rewritten.
Porsche 911 GT3 RSR 2011 By Orbit Racing
The Porsche GT3 RSR is a track-only car enjoyed by drivers working events like the Le Mans 24 Hours, the FIA World Endurance Championship, the Le Mans Series, the American Le Mans Series, and the International GT Open. Only a slim margin of the people wanting to drive the $689,580 GT3 RSR will actually get the chance to do it, and Orbit Racing of South Florida decided that needed to change so they transformed it into a street legal car. Well, kind of.
The man behind Orbit Racing just so happened to own a Porsche GT3 RS so he made the adjustments necessary to turn it into a GT3 RSR that is perfectly legal for any street in the USA. As far as we can tell, the car uses the same 450 HP 3.8-liter flat-six engine, but the ECU has been programmed to run with the RSR Exhaust. The tuner also made some modifications to the suspensions and added some RSR bodywork to complete the look. The vehicle was then painted in an aqua blue metallic paint finish and is said to be receiving some cool graphics in the coming weeks. The interior was left untouched because a racer's interior isn't exactly comfortable for street driving.
Orbit Racing of South Florida just began testing the street-ready Porsche GT3 RSR to make sure all of the components are running smoothly. We don't know how much a build like this costs, but the tuner may just be able to make it up if all goes well.