Porsche GT race cars are among the most popular and successful cars in motorsports, and this latest model surpasses its predecessors in every way. The 3.8-liter flat-six engine generates 460 horsepower that, when combined with improved aerodynamics and an extraordinarily lightweight body, delivers speed with incredible smoothness. For more precision and stability, the suspension has been modified and the wheelbase widened. And thanks to intuitive paddle shifts, increased downforce, and a powerful newly-designed braking system, whipping around corners is a breeze.
With four overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder, variable valve timing (VarioCam) hydraulic valve clearance compensation. Adding a direct fuel injection system, a three-way catalytic converter per cylinder bank, each with two oxygen sensors, and an electronic ignition with solid ignition distribution. The 3.8 liter flat six engine has had its power boosted over the previous generation GT3 10 horsepower from 450hp to 460hp.
The dashboard, unlike most road cars, is completely digital. The display layout is designed to maximize readability of the most important information for the driver. If necessary, it’s capable of displaying the most detailed information such as data acquisition and G-Forces, by scrolling the pages from a button located on the steering wheel.
Unlike common road tires, you will not find any tread on racing tires in order to maximize the rubber surface to the asphalt. The difference doesn’t stop there, racing tires are made of a much softer compound. The tires are built for performance rather than longevity; resulting in a superior grip ability over road tires.
A newly developed race braking system improves the excellent endurance qualities compared to the GT3’s successful predecessor. With a dual circuit system, six-piston aluminum monoblock calipers squeezing 380mm perforated and internally ventilated front discs, and four piston, 380mm rear brakes. This Club Car will shock you with its ability to shed speed, and the stability and composure it displays as it rapidly decelerates.
With a massive fixed rear wing sitting 67 inches above the ground forcing the rear of the car to the tarmac with upwards of 485 pounds of downforce. The rear spoiler has multiple adjustments allowing the spoiler to be dialed in to achieve downforce that previous generations of Cup Cars could only dream of.
The rear diffuser is an air channeling device usually made of light weight carbon fiber. This device changes the air flow from under the car, creating a suction like effect pulling the car to the ground. This effect increases the down force without compromising the aerodynamics of the car. The GT3 Cup car shares the same rear splitter as its road going GT3 street driven cousin.
The splitter acts like a front wing and diffuser at the same time. It creates down force by slowing the air on top of the splitter and pushing the front of the car down. Underneath the splitter the surface is very smooth allowing the air to move faster and improving the overall aerodynamics. The GT3 Cup car shares the same front splitter as its road going GT3 street driven cousin.
In conjunction with the racing seat and belts, the roll cage increases the safety level of the racing GT3 Cup at an incomparable level, over road cars. It also improves handling by strengthening the chassis and reducing the torsion of the car. The result is a more efficient and faster car to handle when cornering.
When designing the new GT3 Cup Car, Porsche engineers decided to strongly focus on the cars drivability while the car is at its limits. To accomplish this, they pushed the Cup Cars wheelbase by 10 centimeters, widened the rims over the cars factory widths. Then finally adding infinitely adjustable suspension options including spring/shock and anti-roll bar combo’s. These changes provided many performance enhancements over normal road going GT3’s including a lower right height, stiffer handling in corners, and harder braking during deceleration.
we compared the lap times of these three cars on our 1.2 miles road course
Unlike our Supercars the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is a true non street legal race car built solely for racing on a race track and found exclusively at Dream Racing.
Our Porsche 911 GT is a purpose built factory Porsche race car, and not Dream Racing’s interpretation of a road going GT3 we turned into a race car. Similar vehicles can be found in use throughout the world competing in Le Mans/FIA GT racing.
Our Porsche 911 GT is a true race car. Its motor has been tuned to get every bit of power from it and requires a dedicated staff making sure they are constantly running perfect. To harness all that power the racing slick tires required last less than 100 miles, but with greater price comes greater reward and satisfaction in your experience.
Our Porsche 911 GT is a purpose built race car that is extremely light, it comes with an engine that’s been highly tuned to produce massive amounts of power propelling it. The car comes with racing slick tires that once up to temperature produce massive amounts of grip literally gluing the car to the track. The cars brakes are massive and once up to temperature will slow the car faster than any car most people have ever driven. All of this combined with a special body kit and aerodynamics that force the car to the ground make the Porsche 911 GT a vehicle that out runs and out performs any of our supercars on the track.
We at Dream Racing celebrate speed we do not limit it. You are free to drive these amazing cars up to their limits and our Professional Race Instructors will teach you how to properly do it.
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