7209 view(s)991 RSR (2013–2016) (source Wikipedia)
In 2013, Porsche introduced the newest version of the RSR based on the 991 model for the LM GTE category. Because the 991 GT3 was not in production at the time of the announcement, Porsche was forced to homologate it based on the 911 Carrera model. The 991 RSR includes revised aerodynamics, a lighter gearbox and a new, lower suspension. For the 2013 season, Porsche retained the Metzger engine of the 997 GT3 RSR model. Manthey Racing was chosen to run the cars in the FIA World Endurance Championship; the team achieved its best success at the 2013 24 Hours of Le Mans where the 991 RSR finished 1-2 in the GT class.
For 2014, Porsche announced that it partnered with CORE Autosport to run 2 Porsche 911 RSRs in the United SportsCar Championship (under the Porsche North America team name) while AKB GT Raceline has announced that they would run a pair of 911 RSRs in the series. Team Falken Tire also announced that it would be running a 911 RSR from Sebring onwards. Manthey Racing will continue to run two 911 RSRs in the WEC.
|Models for Porsche 911 (991) RSR GT3
|83 Proton Competition Proton Competition (D) 2017
| Participated in:
93 Porsche 991 RSR #WP0ZZZ99ZES199914 - Porsche M97/80 F6 4v DOHC 3996 cc N/A GTE Am
Previous Photo93 - Porsche 991 RSR #WP0ZZZ99ZES199914 - Proton CompetitionNext Photo
93 - Porsche 991 RSR #WP0ZZZ99ZES199914 - Proton Competition93 - Porsche 991 RSR #WP0ZZZ99ZES199914 - Proton Competition93 - Porsche 991 RSR #WP0ZZZ99ZES199914 - Proton Competition
Proton Competition (D) Driven by: Patrick Long (USA)/Abdulaziz Al Faisal (KSA)/Mike Hedlund (USA)/Kurt Thiim (DK)
Grid: 54th (3:54.621)
Tyres: Dunlop Sponsors: unknown Colours: unknown Closed bodywork Rear-engined
Photo updated: 14/09/2017 Photo by courtesy of: Frederic Lemaire