Porsche Museum Treasures looks at the 911 RSR

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Porsche Carrera 911 RSR
This new edition of Porsche Museum Treasures looks at the awesome Carrera 911 RSR model.

Based on the 900 kg lightweight 2.8-litre Carrera RS, the RSR racing version initially developed 300 bhp which climbed to 310 bhp from a 3.0-litre unit. It began its career at the 24 hours race in Daytona/Florida, and started very convincingly in the hands of the American private team Gregg/Haywood, who won unchallenged ahead of the prototypes from Ferrari, Matra and Mirage-Ford, and later went on to dominated its own category, the Grand Tourisme class.

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