The sheer, inexhaustible potential of the 911 concept proves to be, in the GT2 and GT2 Evo vehicles entered by customer teams, a consistent winner at long distance competitions. The GT2 rolls to the start sporting a modified 911 Turbo body. The racing sportscar is prepared by Porsche following the Le Mans GT2 regulations for the over 1,150 kg weight classification. It features a 3.6-litre engine with two turbo-chargers (KKK 24 with 33.8 mm restrictors), which delivers around 450 hp at 5,750 rpm. Even this racing vehicle, with its suspension featuring a McPherson front axle and Porsche multi-link rear axle with LSA system, closely resembles its production relative.
1995 Porsche 911 GT2 393062 – sold for $357,500 One of the Most Successful 911 GT2s in IMSA Competition. First in Class at the 1996 12 Hours of Sebring. Second in Class at the 1997 24 Hours of Daytona. Driven by Hans Stuck, Derek Bell, Thierry Boutsen and Bill Adam. Faithfully Presented in Original Champion Livery. Featured in Randy Leffingwell’s Porsche 911: Perfection by Design. The Last of the Great Air-Cooled Turbocharged 911s. Auction Source: The Amelia Island Auction 2012 by Gooding & Company