In keeping with Porsche’s philosophy of producing genuine sports cars by applying track-proven technologies, the 911 GT2 is somewhere between a perfect track day car and the ultimate road car. Following the lead of the 73’ Carrera RS, minimum weight and maximum power are key ingredients. The GT2’s 3.6-liter, water-cooled, twin-turbo, flat-six makes upwards of 424 horsepower and its lightweight construction has kept both total weight and unsprung weight to a minimum. Fully adjustable suspension incorporates a unique spring and damper system which provides unmatched traction on any road surface. Supplementing the GT2’s handling precision and agility is a 60/40 differential lock that provides additional attraction to the pavement whether you’re on the gas or coasting. While embracing the classic 911’s curvaceous form, the GT2 adds an adjustable rear wing and a front spoiler that affords additional downforce at the front axle. So, whether you’re streaking at top speed or blasting through tight corners, you can count on the 911 GT2 making you look good while keeping the rubber side down.
#45 Flying Lizard 911 GT3 RSR:
With its distinctive snake head logo, the look of the #45 Flying Lizard GT3-RSR proves to be just as sharp as its on-track performance. The team has run versions of the 911 GTR-RSR continuously in GT racing since its first competition in 2004. In the 2011 ALMS campaign, the car was driven by Joerg Bergmeister and Patrick Long, who managed to bring the car to a third place overall finish in the ALMS GT Team Championship. The car’s 4.0 liter six-cylinder boxer engine is capable of 456 horsepower and 332 foot- pounds of torque. In other words, just like its mascot, the Flying Lizard GT3-RSR will take a bite out of you if you aren’t careful.
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