Porsche 997 GT3 RSR Spotted During Testing

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The next generation GT3 RSR has been seen testing for the first time, at Belgium’s Spa Francorchamps circuit.

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The awesome extended arches and ‘strictly business’ rear wing give the car an imposing appearance, while the new style twin exhausts with ‘facing eachother’ tips, just look cool.

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The new GT3 RSR body is based on a Carrera 4 item, making for a much more rigid shell. The aerodynamic package is said to be 7% more efficient than its predecessors.

The 996 transmission will be retained for this car only, with the 2007 edition receiving a new ‘dog-type’ gearbox which will reduce the drive-shaft angle (and load) between the gearbox and the driven hubs, thus increasing the life-span of the drive-shafts and joints.

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The 2007 spec car is currently being fine tuned in readiness for its only race of the season, the Proximus 24 hour at Spa, running in the G2 catergory against a Gillet Vertigo and Mosler MT900. Porsche customer cars won’t be available to race until the 2007 season.

[Source: 997GT3]

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Readers Comments

  1. 1. 15th June, 2007 at 14:29 by Rudi Daniel

    Look i’ll devote a whole page of my site to the GT3 RSR….Surely Porsche Motorsport can give me a software bot which will create an updated page for each outing of this incarnation…..ohhh let me tell you; I dont know why I dont work for Porsche….they just blow me away.

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