Details: The RUF RtR Narrow

The idea behind the 218 mph Ruf turbo Rennsport (RtR) is to build a Turbo-Coupé, which fulfills all needs of an enthusiastic sports car driver.

The RtR projects its 802bhp via an all-wheel drive system, deployed onto the road by ultra-wide 255mm (front) and 325mm (rear) tires. At high speeds, increased downforce comes from the motorsport-derived rear spoiler, while braking is attained by carbon ceramic discs, measuring 410mm front and 390mm rear, with six-piston calipers on the front discs and four-piston calipers acting on the rear. The powertrain is a well-proven 3.8-liter twin-turbo six-cylinder unit, featuring a dry sump lubrication system with external oil tank. 


Ready to Race by Peter
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Porsche GT3RS at Salzburgring


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1955 Porsche 550 Spyder | Open Top Sports Car | Based of the racing 550 RS | Rennsport | 1.5L Type 547 B4 110 HP | Top Speed 220 kph 137 mph | Only 78 units were produced

The 550 was produced by Porsche from 1956 -1958 | The Werks cars were provided with differently painted tail fins to aid recognition from the pits | One of the most famous 550 Spyder was James Dean’s Little Bastard | Only 78 units were produced

1963 Porsche 904 Carrera GTS | Porsche Racing Grand Touring Sport | Mid Engine RSK | Rennsport Kurz | Racing Short Engine | 2.0L Type 587-3 B4 180 hp | Top Speed 257 kph 160 mph

To comply with Group 3 FIA GT Class Homologation Regulations, Porsche produced 100 904s | A total of 120 units were produced between 1963 - 1964 |

P A. Shore