Porsche 911 GT2 RS MR is Fastest Road

The chase to break lap records on the Nurburgring Nordschleife circuit never stops and the latest is for the fastest road-legal sports car which has now been claimed by the Porsche 911 GT2 RS MR with ‘

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The chase to break lap records on the Nurburgring Nordschleife circuit never stops and the latest is for the fastest road-legal sports car which has now been claimed by the Porsche 911 GT2 RS MR with a time of six minutes, 40.3 seconds.

Driven by Porsche test driver Lars Kern, the record was broken on October 25 using a series-production Porsche 911 GT2 RS fitted with a Manthey-Racing performance kit, which is comprised of an aero kit, coilover suspension, magnesium wheels, brake pads, Stahflex brake lines, and an additional water tank for the vehicle’s intercooler water spray system. According to Manthey-Racing, the only thing that isn’t road legal in the record-breaking car was a racing bucket seat in place of the standard seat as a safety precaution for the driver, ‘which brings no weight advantage.’

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10 Cars Owned By Charlie Sheen (And 10 That’ll Make Him A Winner)

During the actor’s recent successes on Two And A Half Men, Sheen was one of the highest-paid actors on television as’he made a reported $1.8 million per episode. This kind of success leads the actor to make many spur-of-the-moment purchases when it came to vehicles, even purchasing a Porsche for one of his live-in girlfriends at the time. Charlie Sheen will forever remain one of the most popular actors on television, and his’one-of-a-kind vehicle choices are both high class and very interesting. Sheen has a taste for high luxury, but he also has a playful side, which is why he has an affection for certain performance cars.

  • Publisher: HotCars
  • Date: 2018-11-02T20:11:09Z
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This New Porsche Coffee Table Book Is the Perfect Gift for 911 Superfans

We’ve seen excellent Porsche literature packed with pictures of classic models and riveting tales about the iconic German sports car. But none are quite as complete as 911 LoveRS.’

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The story begins 50 years ago’when the first Porsche 911 R achieved five new long-distance world records in Monza’and goes on to the latest 911 R, a car that honors its history with racing stripes, houndstooth bucket seats, manual gear change, and a free-revving, naturally aspirated engine.’

There Are So Many 911 Derivatives That Porsche Made A Video To Explain Them

Since Porsche is the type of automaker that generally brings in customers looking for an enjoyable driving experience, we shouldn’t be at all surprised by just how many derivatives there currently are when it comes to their most iconic nameplate, the 911.

There are 24 (!) total Porsche 911 versions currently available, from the entry-level Carrera, all the way to the hardcore 700 PS GT2 RS, easily one of the fastest supercars in the world.

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Five days before the race, the automobiles began to appear in this small backwater town. They came on trailers, on huge haul-aways, on tow-bars behind passenger cars and some under their own power, all accompanied by crews of eager, purposeful men and a few purposeful women. Their goal: to compete in (or at least witness) the Twelve Hours at Sebring, one the premier sports car events in the world. The race’s formal name was the Sebring 12-Hour Grand Prix of Endurance, and the need to endure affected everyone, not just the drivers. Pity the local resident who had the misfortune of blowing an engine during the run-up to the start, because garage space’even filling station space’was suddenly unavailable. Noisy strangers’weekend hobbyist racers and top-flight factory teams alike, including the finest drivers from both the old and new world’thronged restaurants in the center of town. Tourists passing through on their way north were well advised to take alternate routes, for every available bed, even empty bunks in the local jail, had been booked for months.

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