Porsche has decided to show us the first images of the 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 RSR prototype. The model will take part in the World Endurance Championship as a season opener in Silverstone on the 14th of April. The model has as base the current generation 991 model and it is almost complete. Actually, the race car from Weissach completed another successful test on Thursday on the Sebring International Raceway in Florida, USA. The German specialists will present the model for the first time in an official way at the WEC season-opener in Silverstone on the 14th of April.
The drivers that are sharing duties at Sebring were Porsche works drivers Richard Lietz from Austria and Partick Pilet from France. The frost one will compete in the Le Mans with Marc Lieb from Germany at the wheel of the Porsche 911 RSR with the starting number 92. The second one will competed together with Joerg Bergmeister from Germany in the number 91 vehicle. At the first two World Endurance Championship rounds in Silverstone and Spa-Francorchamps as well at Le Mans, they receive backup from Romain Dumas and Timo Bernhard. The specialists seem to be very pleased with how the testing has gone so far and what they all want is to be very well prepared for the challenge of the very strong GTE class in the WEC and at Le Mans. Until the Silvestone show begins, the engineers plan to conduct some more final tests on other race tracks. The circuit from Sebring is very well suited to put a new vehicle through some demanding trials. This is why, a test here is a very good rehearsal fro one of the toughest races of all, the 24 Hour of Le Mans. Well, folks this is all for the moment, but do not go very far as more spicy info will be released soon.
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