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Aug202015

Porsche 911 GT3 Cup 997

Own a piece of history.

The last Porsche to win in GRAND-AM series competition.


 

SALES CONTACT: Greg Cates
greg@magnusracing.com 

 

Solely owned and operated by Magnus Racing, the last Porsche team to take victory in GRAND-AM, is offering their championship winning car from the 2012 and 2013 season. Own a piece of history as it was not only the last Porsche to ever see the checkered flag in the former Rolex Sports Car Series, but it is also the historic inaugural winner of the Brickyard Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, as well as the inaugural North
American Endurance Championship.

 

On-Track Highlights:
• Winner, Inaugural Brickyard Grand Prix (2012)
• Winner, Inaugural North American Endurance Championship (2012)
• Winner, Continental Tire SportsCar Festival (Laguna Seca, 2013)
• Championship Runner-Up, 2013 Rolex Sports Car Championship
• 7 Podiums in Rolex Series Competition
Car Highlights:
• Fully Re-built
• Built to full GRAND-AM specs
• New tub with 0 hours
• RSR suspension and gearbox

 

Details:

• Purchased from Porsche Motorsport North America as a
2009 GRAND-AM spec, rebodied as 2013 GRAND-AM car
• New tub with 0 hours
• 2013 quarter and rocker panels
• Optimized inner rear wheel housings
• Full carbon bodywork
• Lexan windshield
• Carbon dash and center console
• Custom ATL 18 gallon fuel cell
• PWR endurance radiators
• Endurance brake cooling package
• Light weight battery
• RSR rear suspension
• RSR front suspension
• 3-way adjustable JRZ shock absorbers
• BBS wheels (3 sets total)
• Motec PDM(32 channel) with lightweight harness
• Motec dash with Pro Logging
• RSR floor mounted pedal cluster
• Lightweight aluminum cooling tank
• PMNA 4.0 liter engine
• RSR transmission
• Pankl axels
• Cockpit adjustable antiroll bars front and rear

$165,000

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