Porsche Carrera RSR, 1973 - 24 by Andrea Mazzocchetti
A 1973 Porsche Carrera 1911 RSR whizzes on an automobile circuit. A perfect artwork for lovers of vintage Porsche models.
In 1973 eight racing specimens were created called 911 Carrera RSR. Using the RS as a basis, new ventilated disc brakes with four pistons and new stiffened sport suspension were fitted. The wheel arches had been widened to allow the assembly of competition tires, larger than the standard ones. At the front a new oil cooler was installed, while the engine used was a 2.88 hp version of the RS road engine. Its management was entrusted to a 5-speed manual transmission. These models were entrusted to the Brumos and Penske teams to compete in some tests of the World Championship for sports cars. The first test was at the 24 Hours of Daytona, where pilots Peter Gregg and Hurley Haywood of the Brumos team won the race. Other valuable achievements were La Targa Florio and the 12 Hours of Sebring
September 2nd, 2018
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