Porsche GT Team unveils special Le Mans liveries
Ahead of this weekend’s 24 Hours of Le Mans, round 7 of FIA WEC, the Porsche GT Team will be sporting two new-look liveries for the two cars competing in the highly-competitive LMGTE Pro class.
To commemorate the team’s first of 19 overall victories at Le Mans, the No. 91 and No. 92 Porsche 911 RSR – 19 cars will feature special red-white and black-white liveries.
With crisp lines and shapes, the colours resemble the digital RSR that successfully contested the first-ever 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual back in June.
#WEC - #Porsche will take on #LeMans24 with two #911RSR featuring red-white and black-white liveries to commemorate the 1st of 19 overall victories @24hoursoflemans 50 years ago.— Porsche Motorsport (@PorscheRaces) September 15, 2020
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The two factory cars will carry the lettering “1970” on the front lid and the roof. In that year, Britain’s Richard Attwood and Hans Herrmann from Germany clinched the first overall victory at Le Mans for the manufacturer at the wheel of the legendary Porsche 917.
On that occasion, the vehicle fielded by Porsche KG Salzburg flew the national colours of Austria. The No. 91 Porsche 911 RSR will race with the very same red-and-white paintwork. On the No. 92 sister car, black replaces the red.
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