Best time for Porsche!
In the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship racing series founded in 2013, Porsche not only set a new lap record on the Bowmanville racing track in Canada, but also took first and third place. You can now chase the winning car, the over 500 hp Porsche 911 RSR # 911, over the racetrack at Carrera. The sleek Porsche is perfect for drifting through tight corners, but also shows on long high-speed straights that it is a real winner.
The Porsche 911 RSR and its predecessor GT3 RSR, GT3 RS and GT3 R are GT racing cars from Porsche that are used in motorsport for endurance races. They are structured according to the currently highest class in global GT racing, the GTE class from ACO. These regulations lead back to the concept of a GT3 class below the then Group GT1 and Group GT2 from 1998. After the GT1 class was discontinued, the planned GT3 class was from 1999 at the ACO as a GT class below the GTS, as well as from the FIA advertised as N-GT from 2000. After the adjustment of the GT rules between FIA and ACO in 2005, this class was renamed GT2 class. When the FIA's GT2 European Championship failed and the participants in the GT1 class at the Le Mans 24-hour race disappeared, the ACO renamed the GT2 class to GTE in 2011 and divided it into GTE-Pro for professionals and GTE-AM for amateurs . Over the years, Porsche was continuously represented in this class with different series of the 911.
Is it enough for victory on the home racetrack?
Can the Porsche rewrite history on your racetrack and take the lead this time? It's entirely up to your driving skills. The slot car heats over the rails at a scale of 1:24 and, thanks to the Porsche license, looks similar to the original Porsche 911 RSR down to the smallest detail. The slot car is equipped with front, rear and brake lights. The car can be controlled digitally and can also be individually coded.