January - March
Walter Röhrl competes in standard
Porsche 911 GT3 RSNürburgring 24 Hour Race
Since 1993, Röhrl has conducted tests in every standard
911 GT3 RS reminded me of race vehicle,” says Röhrl. “No other road-
going 911 has ever been as close to a race car as this current GT3 RS. That’s why I’m thrilled to be able to prove that this sports car is up to the challenge of the 24 hour race.”
cylinder boxer engine. The high-revving unit reaches a specific output of over 118 hp per litre. Developed in the motorsport department at Weissach, the 911 GT3 RS is fitted with a particularly short transmission ratio for racing purposes as a standard feature. The dynamic engine mounts featured as standard contribute to improved driving dynamics. Depending on the driving situation, the mounts change in their stiffness and damping effect, improving the connection between the engine and body when driving under racing conditions. The aerodynamics is consequently designed for downforce - another forte for track racing.
“In the last years,
The 38th running of the Nürburgring 24 hour race takes place from
15 to 16 May 2010. Every year, this event attracts far more than 200,000 spectators to the Nordschleife.
Note: Photo material of Walter Röhrl and the