Six months of testing for just a hundreth of a second on the track
A Porsche is a Porsche, is a high-tech marvel.
Both Project I racing series, Porsche Carrera Cup Germany and Porsche Mobil Supercup I, are driven with the new model Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Typ 911 II since the season 2017.
Porsche manufactures more of these models than any other and most of them see use in the motorsport events mentioned previously. Buyers purchasing the model automatically agree to participate in one of the series as a driver. The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup’s body – like the standard vehicles – rolls off the production line in Stuttgart. However, from there it ships immediately to Porsche Motorsport in Weissach. At Weissach, every Cup auto is carefully fitted with parts specifically designed and crafted for motorsport before its tyres touch the track.
Although the cars are equipped with state-of-the-art materials and components, parts, such as brakes and tyres, wear quickly, depending on the driver and track. As a rule, brake pad sets require replacement after three weekends of racing. Tyres wear even more quickly. Common is four sets of tyres for a weekend of racing.
- 1,200 kg, i.e. 68% of the weight of a series-GT3
- Sequential six-speed gearbox with pneumatic paddle shift
- 380 mm steel disc with six calipers, six brake pistons and fixed aluminium calipers
- Roof hatch for emergency rescue
- Roll cage with fire extinguisher
- Six-point saftey harness
- 6-cylinder engine
- 485 HP / 357 KW
- Three integral pneumatic chassis jacks for tyre changing and work on car
- 100 - tank, which uses
Super Plus 98 octane or higher