This 1999 Porsche GT3 Cup race car was modified by the Championship winning 3R Racing to compete in the vary competetive SCCA World Challenge series and won four races in that series with Randy Pobst driving. The entire car was refreshed by The Racers Group in 2006. The engine was overhauled by Porsche Motorsports North America and the transmission replaced then as well. It's last Pro race was in 2006 with Andy Lally driving. The car has been raced primarily in PCA races by a gentleman racer and has 9 hours on it since then. This car comes with a load of good spare parts and a very successful race history.
SCCA World Challenge Championship race winning team, 3R Racing built this car in 1999 and won four races in 2000 with Randy Pobst at the wheel. It has seen light duty in SCCA and PCA racing since then. It was completely overhauled in 2006 and did one last World Challenge race with Andy Lally driving. There has been 9 hours put on it since then.
Class: SCCA, PCA
Weight: 2450 lbs
Engine Builder: Porsche/ 3R Racing
Clutch: Tilton carbon 3 disc
Pressure Plate: Tilton
Total Time: 9
Fuel Type: 98 Octane
Data Logger: Motec
Shifter: OEM cable
Races: 9 hours
Construction: Steel/carbon fiber/kevlar
Shocks: Ohlins 3 way. 9 hours.
Steering Wheel: Momo
16 Forgeline wheels
1 front bumper
Transmission/ rod shifter type, complete.
New Tilton 3 disc carbon clutch
3 rear bumpers, two are carbon/kevlar.
Various suspension, brake, cooling, exhaust, sensors, etc.