Porsche will challenge the 2017 racing season with a newly-developed GT racer that features a mid-engined layout. The new 911 RSR makes full use of the breadth of the Le Mans 24 Hours GT regulations, and in addition to systematic lightweight design, features the flat-six unit positioned in front of the rear axle. The new 911 RSR — which the company calls the ‘most spectacular’ 911 ever — will make its debut at the 2017 Daytona 24 Hour race in January.
“While retaining the typical 911 design, this is the biggest evolution by now in the history of our top GT model,” says Head of Porsche Motorsport … Pictures and more
Traditionally the special stage “Feste Nürburg” is part of the rallye “Köln-Ahrweiler”. Here the Nordschleife has to be mastered the wrong way round. Stefan Oberdörster and his co-pilot Olaf Heupel took part in this challenge this year with the Porsche 911 SC of the SO Racing Team and deliver moving images directly from the cockpit.
After buying our turkey, it needed cooking! The best source of flames and heat I know has to be the Aventador LP760 from Oakley Design, fitted with a full titanium exhaust system and ready to spit fire!
I gave them a call, and headed on round to see their new car; wrapped in black chrome, and refitted with a full orange alcantara interior, not mentioning the 60hp power increase and carbon additions including rear spoiler.
It goes without saying that some good heat and flames meant for a cooked turkey, and ready for lunch!