- 2003 Australian Carrera Cup Championship

2003 Australian Carrera Cup Championship season Previous: none Next: 2004 The 2003 Australian Carrera Cup Championship was a CAMS sanctioned national motor racing championship open to Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Type 996 cars complying with Australian Carrera Cup regulations. The championship, which was administered by CupCar Australia Pty Ltd, was the inaugural Australian Carrera Cup Championship. Calendar The championship was contested over a nine round series with three races per round. Round Circuit State Date 1 Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit Victoria 11-13 April 2 Eastern Creek International Raceway New South Wales 2-4 May 3 Winton Motor Raceway Victoria 23-25 May 4 Hidden Valley Raceway Northern Territory 27-29 June 5 Queensland Raceway, Ipswich Queensland 18-20 July 6 Sandown International Motor Raceway Victoria 12-14 September 7 Mount Panorama Circuit, Bathurst New South Wales 10-12 October 8 Surfers Paradise Street Circuit Queensland 24-26 October [read more...]

- Porsche 996

Porsche 996 Manufacturer Porsche Also called Porsche 911 Porsche Carrera Production 1997-2005 Assembly Stuttgart, Germany Predecessor Porsche 993 Successor Porsche 997 Body style 2-door coupe 2-door convertible Layout Rear engine, rear wheel drive / all wheel drive Engine 3.4 L H6 3.6 L H6 Transmission 5-speed automatic 6-speed manual Wheelbase 92.6 in (2,352 mm) Length 174.5 in (4,432 mm) 4S & Turbo: 174.6 in (4,435 mm) Width 1999-2001: 69.5 in (1,765 mm) 2002-04: 69.7 in (1,770 mm) 4S & Turbo: 72.0 in (1,829 mm) Height 51.4 in (1,306 mm) 4S & Turbo: 51.0 in (1,295 mm) 40th Anniversary Coupe: 50.2 in (1,275 mm) GT2: 50.2 in (1,275 mm) Curb weight 2,920 lb (1,320 kg) Designer Harm Lagaay The Porsche 996 is the internal designation for the Porsche 911 model manufactured and sold between 1998 and 2005. It has since been replaced by the Type 997. Both body styles were used in 2005, depending on model. At its debut, [read more...]

- Porsche RS Spyder

Porsche RS Spyder Category Le Mans Prototype Constructor Porsche Designer(s) Porsche Technical specifications Chassis Carbon fibre monocoque with engine and gearbox as stressed members Suspension (front) Independent four-way, spring/damper units activated by pushrods, adjustable torsion-bar springs, dampers and anti-roll bars. Suspension (rear) Independent four-way, spring/damper units activated by pushrods, adjustable torsion-bar springs, dampers and anti-roll bars. Engine MR6 3.4 Litre 90-degree V8 normally aspirated mid-engine, longitudinally mounted. Transmission GR6 6-speed Electro-pneumatic sequential gearbox. Mechanical locking differential plus traction control. Weight 825 kilograms (1,820 lb) Fuel Mobil Tyres Michelin, Dunlop Competition history Notable entrants Penske Racing, Team Essex, Dyson Racing, Van Merksteijn Motorsport, Muscle Milk Team Cytosport, Team Goh Notable drivers Timo Bernhard, Romain Dumas, Emmanuel Collard, Jos [read more...]

- Porsche 914-6 GT

Porsche 914-6 GT Manufacturer Porsche Production 1970 – 1972 Predecessor Porsche 912 Successor Porsche 924 Class Sports car Body style Targa Coupe Layout Mid engined Engine 2.0 L flat-6 Related Porsche 914 The Porsche 914-6 GT was a race car built and sold collaboratively by Volkswagen and Porsche. History The Porsche 914 was introduced in September 1969 as a collaborative effort between Porsche and Volkswagen to produce a sporty car. The car they came up with was a mid-engined vehicle with seating for two and featured a targa top. A 4-cylinder boxer engine provided the power. Volkswagen needed a vehicle to replace the aging Karmann-Ghia while Porsche was looking for another option to add to their line up. The 914 in Europe were badged as Volkswagen/Porsche, while all 914's sold in North America were sold as Porsches. The car sits very low and the suspension was a combination of a 911-type torsion bar front suspension with a rear coil spring suspension. The [read more...]

- Porsche WSC-95

The Porsche WSC-95 (sometimes referred to as the TWR WSC-95) was a Le Mans Prototype built for Porsche by Tom Walkinshaw Racing and run by Joest Racing, yet can trace its origin to a Jaguar sports car designed in 1991. Originally intended to race in the IMSA World Sportscar Championship, the WSC-95 actually saw very little race action even though it managed to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in both 1996 and 1997 without actually being acknowledged as a factory supported project. It would later be upgraded to the Porsche LMP1-98 before being retired. Only two cars would ever be built. Development In 1995, Porsche approved the beginning of a project to develop a prototype for the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) series, running under the World Sports Car (WSC) regulations. The car would not be a factory-backed effort, yet would be approved by Porsche and use some of their expertise and most of all their powerplant. Porsche turned to Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) to develop a [read more...]

- Porsche Carrera Cup

Porsche Carrera Cup (sometimes abbreviated PCC) is a number of one-make sports car racing series competed with Porsche 911 Carreras, including the following: Championships International Porsche Supercup Porsche Carrera World Cup Regional Porsche Carrera Cup Asia Australian Carrera Cup Championship Porsche Carrera Cup France Porsche Carrera Cup Germany Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain Porsche Carrera Cup Italy Porsche Carrera Cup Japan Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia (Nordic countries) Champions Season Carrera Cup Germany Carrera Cup France Supercup Carrera Cup GB Australian Carrera Cup Carrera Cup Asia Carrera Cup Japan Carrera Cup Scandinavia Carrera Cup Italy 1986 Joachim Winkelhock Not Held Not Held Not Held Not Held Not Held Not Held Not Held Not Held 1987 Roland Asch René Metge 1988 Roland Asch André Bourdon 1989 Roland Asch Michel Maisonneuve 1990 Olaf Manthey Michel Maisonneuve 1991 Roland Asch Jean-Pierre [read more...]

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