The new Porsche 911 GT3 R shines more impressive with its reliability. In the third round of the Endurance Championship Nürburgring, Mamerow Racing Team celebrated its first season success – had previously triumphed with the Manthey Racing GT3. Overall, placed himself at the 3rd Round of the Endurance Championship seven Porsche 911 in the top ten. From the fourth starting position, Chris Mamerow held constant in the top group. His teammate, Porsche works driver Wolf Henzler, made more positions well. About 35 minutes before the scheduled end of the race was aborted after a tragic accident. Mamerow was the demolition in the lead and was therefore deemed the winner. A successful premiere for the first set of 911 GT3 R, Armin Hahne, Jochen Krumbach and Marc Gindorf of Manthey Racing – from seven on the starting position to fourth position.
The new Porsche 911 GT3 R is delivered to customers since early 2010 teams. The development focused on improved driveability and easier vehicle handling. Is driven the 911 GT3 R in a 4-liter six-cylinder boxer engine with 480 hp (353 kW). The force is transmitted from a sequential six-speed gearbox to the rear axle. The development base for the 1,200 kg light 911 GT3 R forms of presented in September 2009 make cup racing Porsche 911 GT3 Cup. Thanks to an increased displacement to 0.2 liters makes the GT3 R, however, 30 hp more than the Cup car.
Both race cars are built on the wider body of the athlete’s road 911 GT3 RS. The anti-lock braking system (ABS), traction control and an electronic declutching serve to settle easier on the new GT3 race car from its predecessor to 911 GT3 Cup S significantly and make the car even for ambitious amateur racers easier to control. The attached fender flares front and back on the show compared to its predecessor, enlarged track width out. The underbody of the vehicle is fully lined and flows into a rear diffuser. The adjustment of the rear wing was enlarged compared to the previous model.