The rest of the car remains impressively stock. Porsche outfits each 911 GT3 Cup Car with a 6 speed sequential transmission with 5.5″ triple disc clutch and flywheel setup, Unibal joints, flared wheel arches, 7-way adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars, welded in roll cage, air-jack system, and built-in fire control system. Conceivably, you could purchase a 911 GT3 Cup car Friday, and race it Saturday in one of many race series that accept the car. As expected for a factory effort, everything fits perfectly and is well designed for reliability, serviceability and performance. Porsche factory racing support is absolutely amazing as well, since a privateer can look like a factory race team, though development from a company like GMG will still be needed to get onto the podium. We only wish that more manufacturers were as accomodating to their racing owners as Porsche is.
Nearly every fitting on the car has been upgraded. Ultra-reliable fittings like these are key to making sure your car finishes the race. A cheap fitting is a horrible way to ruin an expensive weekend.
A Braille battery shaves unwanted weight from the front end, while allowing for more creative mounting locations due to their compact sealed design.
|This inlet feeds the engine’s twin intakes with high pressure air.|
|GMG undertray and stock Porsche underbody panels to manage air travelling under the car. World Challenge rules prohibit underbody panels that are not originally equipped on the car.|