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Porsche's new 911 RSR breaks cover

23/02/2013 - 15h07

Porsche’s latest challenger broke cover this week at a test session at Sebring International Raceway in Florida, USA.  The 911 RSR, based on the current generation 991 model, will be raced in the FIA World Endurance Championship by Porsche AG Team Manthey.

Sharing driving duties at Sebring were Porsche works drivers Richard Lietz (Austria) and Patrick Pilet (France).  Lietz will contest the FIA WEC with Marc Lieb (Germany) in the No.92 entry, joined by Romain Dumas (France) for Silverstone, Spa and Le Mans, while Patrick Pilet will join forces with Jörg Bergmeister (Germany) in the No. 91 GTE entry.  They will be supported by Timo Bernhard (Germany) for the first three rounds of the championship.

It looks good enough in matt black...what do you think it will look like at the 6 Hours of Silverstone on 14th April?

Fiona Miller

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