The 911 GT3 Cup was born in the same production line of the Porsche central plant in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen from which the 911 road cars also come out. In the Motorsport Center in Weissach, the car undergoes basic set-up for use on the track and a series of extensive tests before being delivered to the customer.
911 GT3 Clubsport
There are few sports cars that can rightly be defined as "racing cars with license plates and lights", and the Porsche 911 GT3 Clubsport is one of them. Powered by a 3.8 six-cylinder boxer capable of unloading 476 HP to the rear wheels, it is the most powerful version of the German coupé. The car is equipped with semi-slick tyres, PFC racing brakes, AIM chronometer, roll bar, bucket seats and 6-point seat belts for the driver and passenger.