This week I am featuring a 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup 991.2 race car for sale in the Motorsport Prospects Marketplace. Porsche has the motorsport history, the success and the sheer lust worthiness of their cars to be considered one of the greatest manufacturers of all time. It is rare that a race driver has never expressed the desire to race a Porsche at some point in their career.
This car has competed in the past two seasons of the IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA by Yokohama with Riley Dickinson behind the wheel. Over the course of 2019 and 2020, it accumulated 5 wins and 21 podiums as well as 3rd and 2nd overall respectively in the championship.
The only major contact this car has encountered was in August of 2019. The front clip did end up getting replaced, however all 5 wins and 18 out of the 21 podiums came after the repair. So with that being said, there was not a negative impact on performance.
The price of the car also includes radio, coolshirt, and vBox installed race ready as it rolled off at Sebring for it’s final event. The car has 89 hours on it, and does need to have the engine and gearbox rebuilt soon at 100 hours.
The purchaser of this car also has the availability to opt into a very extensive spares package for an additional $25k. The total value of the spare package is $61k. When considering the hours used on some of the spares, the value would be equivalent to $35k. A comprehensive spreadsheet of the parts package is available upon request.
The 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup 991.2 Specs
|Engine mounts||water-cooled flat-six engine in the rear|
|Power output||max. 550hp depending on the FIA BoP (restrictor)|
|Transmission||Porsche six-speed constant-mesh gearbox (sequential)|
|Braking system||six-piston aluminum monobloc racing brake calipers in front, four piston units in rear|
|Steering||Double wishbone front suspension, multi-link axle in rear, adjustable motorsport vibration dampers, heavy anti-roll bar|
|Safety||welded roll cage, FT3 safety fuel cell, fire-extinguishing system|
More details can be found at the Porsche website here.
Where Can I Race the 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup 991.2?
While there are numerous GT racing series around the world where you can race this Porsche I will focus on Porsche’s extensive one-make series around the world and the various series organized by the SRO and IMSA.
Porsche One-Make Series
Porsche operate a huge number of one-make series around the world because lets face it, people buy a Porsche to race it. Divided between Carerra Cup, Sprint Challenge, Sprint/Endurance Trophy and the Supercup there is a series somewhere close to you. They can be found in Europe (both continent-wide and national). North America, Australia, Asia (with national series in China and Japan) and Brasil. Here is the Porsche racing pyramid for North America:
You can find more information on the Porsche One-Make Series website.
SRO Motorsports is synonomous with GT racing and GT3 and they have racing series spread all around the globe including in Europe, Great Britain, North America and Australia. Full details can be found here.
This car has raced the last two seasons in IMSA competition and is still eligible to race. Watch this very 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup 991.2 car race at Sebring.
The Porsche 911 is an iconic race car because it consistently delivers performance that drivers want both on and off the track. This version is race-ready and has the race winning pedigree that all drivers are looking for. You can contact the owner Riley Dickinson directly through this link. Since he was the one driving and winning with this very car he will be more than happy to fill you in on any details you may require.
Now is your opportunity to race a modern classic. Go ahead and get on the track today with one of motorsport’s greatest manufacturers and most iconic cars.