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Genève 2019 – Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport

A l’occasion du salon automobile de Genève 2019, le spécialiste allemand de la suspension – KW – expose sur son stand l’un des 200 exemplaires de la Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport, spécialement développée pour un usage 100% piste. La version de course du modèle homologué pour la route, la 911 GT2 RS, développe 700 …

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Porsche GT2 RS Clubsport Gets A Racing Series All To Itself

Zuffenhausen’s the only one currently offering a car eligible for the new GT2 series.

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Première course de Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport aux 24 Heures de Spa 2019

Après avoir été présentée en Australie par Mark Webber à l’occasion des 12 Heures de Bathurst 2019, la nouvelle Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport va avoir sa propre course, en collaboration avec SRO Motorsport Group. Elle aura lieu les 26 et 27 juillet 2019 durant le week-end de la course des 24 Heures de Spa. …

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Actualité : Mark Webber et la Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport en piste à Bathurst

Avant de voir l’équipage Werner/Olsen/Campbell et la Porsche 911 GT3 R lui offrir sa première victoire à Bathurst, le constructeur de Stuttgart a…

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Mark Webber Hustles the GT2 RS Clubsport Around Bathurst

In a world of clean-cut, politically correct sportsmen, Mark Webber is refreshingly honest, humorous, and occasionally a bit rude. Webber is candid and transparent in front of the camera, which makes his love for the Porsche marque all the more special; he’s never playing the insincere corporate spokesman.

With a two-day beard and an open-faced helmet, Webber hops into the fearsome GT2 RS Clubsport and threads the track toy around Mt. Panorama with the smooth style which made him such a success. As part of the Bathurst 12 Hour, Webber ran a series of demonstration laps in the GT2 RS Clubsport.

Webber posing against 1 of the 200 GT2 RS Clubsports.

Though he hadn’t driven the track since 1995, when he raced there in Formula Ford, Webber clearly got up to speed quickly and had no problems brushing the barriers coming over the hill. In fact, the speeds he reached down the Conrod Straight dwarfed whatever the Formula Ford could muster.

“The last time I drove at Bathurst was 24 years ago in the Formula Ford. Driving now on this wonderful circuit with this sports car was a sensational experience for me,” says the world endurance champion of 2015. “It’s incredible how much punch the engine has. Although I wasn’t driving at the maximum racing speed, I still reached 296 km/h at the end of the straight. Crazy!”

Even driving below the limit, Webber hit 183 miles an hour down the Conrod Straight.

Even after an illustrious career in the world’s fastest cars, the GT2 RS Clubsport still wows the gritty Aussie—a testament to the seriousness of the build. Webber may have retired from competition in 2016, but it’s clear that he’s not quite ready to give up on the thrill of driving some of the greatest cars in the world.

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