Car Porn: Porsche 911 RSR Hits the Track in its Carbon Fiber Skin

Car Porn: Porsche 911 RSR Hits the Track in its Carbon Fiber Skin
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While the Porsche 911 RSR certainly looks good in its 2013 race livery, it looks even better stripped down to its carbon fiber glory.

The new RSR replaces the 911 GT3 RSR with a longer wheelbase (10 cm longer) and a new wishbone front suspension that replaces the previously used McPherson struts. The new race car also sports a lightweight racing gearbox with six gears and paddle shifted via the steering wheel.

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Powering the 911 RSR is a 4.0-liter, six-cylinder box engine with 460 hp. But enough with the technical specifications, check out how gorgeous the 911 RSR looks in its natural element.

GALLERY: Porsche 911 RSR

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