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This is the 911 GT3 RSR: a 455bhp race-developed GT car set to battle in 2011’s motorsport season.

The new RSR gets 5bhp more than its predecessor from a 4.0-litre flat-six boxer engine revving to an almighty 9,400rpm. That six-banger is mated to a six-speed sequential box, housed in a monocoque body based on the GT3 RS, weighing 1,220kg.

You get four-way gas pressure dampers front and back, double coil springs and an ‘infinitely adjustable’ suspension setup. Brakes come courtesy of six and four-piston callipers and 380mm front and 355mm rear diameter discs.

And this version of “the world’s most successful GT race car” will set you back just £346,000 plus VAT. Though, you might wanna’ take some racing lessons first before you sell that kidney…


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