Can you buy a GT3 Cup?
This is not the ultimate 997.2 911, but it stands among the most appealing track cars ever built.
How much is a GT3 Cup?
911 GT3 Cup still the best-selling GT racing car This makes the one-make cup contender still the best-selling GT racing car in the world. The 911 GT3 Cup can be ordered from Porsche Motorsport in Weissach for a price of 196,880 Euro plus country-specific taxes.
Are Porsche GT3 Cup cars street legal?
The engine, Porsche claims, is “virtually identical” to what you’d find in a 911 GT3 Cup race car, though in the 2022 911 GT3 it’s wrapped up in a vehicle that’s actually road-legal.
Who won the Porsche GT3 Cup?
Kay van Berlo Best wins Round 2 of Porsche Carrera Cup North America at Sebring. Series Manager: “The new Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car performed exceptionally well and we are learning more about it every time we turn a wheel.”
How many GT3 Cups were made?
Some 3031 units of the 911 GT3 Cup have been built in the 996, 997 and 991 model lines since 1998. This makes the brand cup racing car from Stuttgart the most-produced and most-sold GT racing car in the world.
How much does a Porsche GT3 RS cost?
Porsche 911 GT3 RS Price The 2019 Porsche GT3 RS price is around $188,550 MSRP (including delivery and processing charges) if you opt for the bare bones base model.
What happens to old GT3 cars?
Currently, all homologations prior to GT3-025 have expired and not been renewed, although these expired cars are allowed to compete in national series under local approval.
Can you drive a GT3 car on the road?
Well, the guys at JR Motorsport are certainly up to the challenge. They are taking the Nissan GT-R, or “Godzilla”, and aiming to produce 23 examples of what is essentially a Nissan GT-R GT3, but one that you can legally take out on the road and thus create arguably, the ultimate JDM racer for the road.
What is GT3 Cup car?
The new Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is the first race car based on the current 911 model series 992. Like everything at Porsche Motorsport, the seventh race car generation is equally as committed to sporting success – it’s a tradition after all.