2017 Porsche 911 RSR
He’s right, the Porsche 911 RSR is wider than its predecessor at 80.3 inches, whereas the 2013 model was at just 72.9 inches. And instead of sticking with tradition, Porsche has decided to give this model a mid-engine layout which is different from its usual rear-engine layout. That’s not the only thing that has changed in this newer model though, the engine, transmission, and new aerodynamic concept are all brand new designs. In fact, because Porsche was able to add a rear wing, the down force and the aerodynamics of the vehicle has significantly improved.
2017 is Porsche Year-
The Porsche 911 RSR race car was designed to compete in the World Endurance Championship and Weather Tech Sports Car Championship against competitors like Ford and Ferrari, who have won most of this year’s races. 2017 is Porsche’s year though, they are ready for the tough competition. The Porsche 911 RSR’s first race is in January, so stay tuned to see how the new design holds up.