911. Three digits that unleash a wave of emotions in all those who love sportscars. With the addition of the letters RSR, 3 digits that encapsulate a myth, these digits become the embodiment of the Porsche brand.
Leaving behind a legacy from the development centre in Weissach, from 2013–2022, the factory team has celebrated many triumphs in the GTE-Pro class. With podium successes throughout the FIA World Endurance Championship and the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Series, triumphs in the great classic Le Mans, the 24-Hours of Daytona, and the 1000 Miles of Sebring to name a few.
It embodies the passion of its engineers, mechanics, the Porsche Motorsport Team, and its drivers, always ready to give their all. Ability, passion, technological know-how and teamplay – united as one.
All these successes make it all that much harder to say goodbye to the 911 RSR, the final race took place earlier this month under the hot sky of Bahrain bearing a brand-new livery to leave a lasting final impression and give its last works engagement in the GTE-Pro class a bittersweet note.
Overview of the 911 RSR’s achievements.
Races contested: 62 in twelve countries
GTE-Pro class wins: 18
Pole positions (GTE-Pro): 20
Podium results (GTE-Pro): 67
Race kilometres covered: 155,830
World Championship points earned: 2,240
Works drivers deployed: 18
Biggest works outing: Le Mans 2018 and 2019 each with four cars
Highest top speed: 312.7 km/h (Le Mans 2022)
A legacy through a livery: watch the livery video here.
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