2019 Porsche 911 GT2 RSR Race On Monza Review & Changes – Porsche continues to be spied testing a strange 911 prototype at Italy’s famous Monza circuit – and it simply may be quite different from any 911 thus far. On first performances, the car seems to be 911 GT2 RS based and it’d be easy to hop to the conclusion of it simply being a much more hardcore model for the road. However, we are comfortable that is not the case.
Everything we believe that we are checking out in this article is a 911 GT2 RSR race car that can embrace the exact same mid-engine design as the ‘ordinary’ 911 RSR. If that is the case, it will likely be confined to use on the track and most likely only sold to privateer racing squads and clients.
Compared to the road-proceeding GT2 RS, this prototype features NACA channels on the hood like the new GT2 RS and GT3 RS, an astonishingly large rear wing, a reduced trip elevation, front canards, impeded off rear side windows and an overhauled rear fascia and diffuser. The interior has been completely removed out and a roll cage is apparent.
Recorded using to the Monza circuit, the prototype appears phenomenally speedy. It edges flat, rockets down the straights at insane speeds and completely appearance like a formidable racer. It is tough to know which improvement of the vehicle is at this time, but we would not be amazed to view it debut just before the end of the year.