The new 911 RSR was specially developed to compete in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). 2013 sees us finally returning to GT factory racing after an eleven-year absence and just in time for the 911’s fiftieth birthday
Further details about the new 911 RSR (Type 991):The new 911 RSR (Type 991)What quintessential insight have we gained from over 60 years of motorsport, 50 years of the 911 and 30,000+ race victories? Good ideas rise to the top.
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