After lots of speculation, spy shots and previews, the new 911 RSR was quietly revealed at the Paul Ricard track in Le Castellet, France. Designed to compete in the World Endurance Championship and the Le Mans 24 Hours the 911 GT3 RSR puts delivers 460 hp via a 4.0 litre boxer engine and six speed, paddle shifted transmission.
Competing in the Porsche 911 RSR with starting number 92 are Porsche works drivers Marc Lieb (Germany) and Richard Lietz (Austria), who already shared a cockpit in the 2012 WEC. At the first two races of the season in Silverstone (14.4) and Spa (4.5) as well as at the 24 Hours of Le Mans (22.6), they receive support from their works driver colleague Romain Dumas (France). Factory pilots also drive the #91 sister car, with Joerg Bergmeister (Germany) and Patrick Long (USA) making up a team. In Silverstone, Spa and Le Mans, the duo is joined by Timo Bernhard (Germany).
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