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(from Porsche Press Release) Porsche 911 GT3 RSR (997 type)

Based on the current 911 GT3 RS, a particularly light and sporty derivative of the 911 GT3, the new GT3 RSR is designed to comply with the A.C.O (Automobile Club de lOuest), the FIA-GT and IMSA (International Motorsports Association) as well as VLN (Veedol Langstrecke Nuerburgring) regulations. Porsche decided to build the new GT3 RSR after analysing the A.C.O. and FIA regulations in a specification which allows a minimum weight of 1,225 kilograms (predecessor: 1,125 kgs) and permits the tyre width to be increased by two inches to now 14 inches. 35 kilograms of the required additional weight may be placed as ballast in the vehicle, contributing to a lower centre of gravity.

For the normally-aspirated Porsche engine this specification allows a capacity of 3.8-litres with two 30.3 millimetre air restrictors (predecessor: 3.6-litres, two restrictors with 29 mm diameter). The increase in displacement was achieved through the enlargement of the bore to 102.7 millimetres with the unchanged stroke of 76.4 mm. With the mandatory air restrictors, the unit delivers 359 kW/485 hp at 8,500 revs per minute. Maximum torque increased to 435 Nm. Top engine speed is reached at 9,000 rpm. Thanks to the increase in capacity and the corresponding reprogramming of the electronics the top performance as well as the response and driveability have further improved. The efficiency of the mid-front radiator was increased while the radiators flanking the centre unit on each side are the same as in the high performance Carrera GT.

Porsche 911 GT3 RSR (type 997) Dimensions:
Length: 4435 mm (1:24 = 184.79)| Width: 1955 mm (1:24 =81.45) | Height :1250 mm (1:24 = 52.08) | Wheelbase: 2365 mm (1:24 = 98.54) | Length: Front overhang: 1035 mm| Rear overhang: 1034 mm


Models for Porsche 997 GT3 RSR
Manufacturer Model Scale Dimensions (LxWxH) Wheelbase Front spur Rear spur
Profil 24 Porsche 997 RSR GT2 1/24 0.0x0.0x0.0 0.0 78.0 81.0
Scale Production Porsche 997 RSR GT2 1/24 198.0x83.0x49.0 98.0 80.0 83.0
Scaleauto SC-7016 #77 Felbermayr, LM 2010 1/24 190.0x83.0x47.0 98.5 80.5 83.0
Scaleauto SC-7011 #95 Martini JWA 1/24 190.0x83.0x47.0 98.5 80.5 83.0
Scaleauto SC-7040 #33 SuperGT 2011 1/24 190.0x83.0x47.0 98.5 80.5 84.0
Scaleauto SC-7041 #18 24hrs Nrburgring 2011 1/24 190.0x83.0x47.0 98.5 80.5 83.0
Scaleauto SC-7050b #10 VLN 2010 1/24 190.0x83.0x47.0 98.5 80.5 84.0
Scaleauto SC-7038b #80 Flying Lizard LM 2011 1/24 190.0x83.0x47.0 98.5 80.5 83.0
Scaleauto SC-7039b #81 Flying Lizard LM 2011 1/24 190.0x83.0x47.0 98.5 80.5 83.0
Scaleauto SC-7002 #80 Flying Lizard LM 2009 1/24 190.0x83.0x47.0 98.5 80.5 83.0

#97 BMS BMS Scuderia Italia 2007
Participated in:
FIA/GT Spa 24hrs, Spa Francorchamps

Colors: White, Red
Sponsors: LLR,Pirelli, Setrans, Mobil



Driven by: Emmanuel Collard, Marc Lieb, Matteo Malucelli
Result: 8th (1st GT2)
finish: 24:01:26.218
Distance: 511 laps
gap to 1st: 21 laps


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