The newly-developed racing brake system improves the endurance qualities of the 911 GT3 Cup 991. The internally vented and slotted steel brake discs with a 38-centimetre diameter are operated by...
In the race department at Weissach, the suspension underwent modifications to ensure higher precision and more stability at high speeds. Compared to its predecessor, the wheelbase grew by 100...
Engineers gave the further improvement of driver safety high priority again in the development of the new Cup vehicle. Drivers are protected by a redesigned safety cage and race seat, specially...
|Engine layout||Aluminum six-cylinder rear-mounted Boxer engine|
|Power||338 kW (460 hp)|
|Brake system||Aluminum six-piston racing calipers in mono-bloc design at front, Aluminum four-piston racing calipers in mono-bloc design at rear|
|Steering||McPherson strut at front, Multilink suspension at rear, non-adjustable Racing shock absorbers, anti-roll bar|
|Safety||Welded-in roll cage, FT3 safety fuel tank, fire extinguishing system|
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