1994 Porsche 993 Cup Car

$125,000.00

1994 Porsche 993 Cup RSR 3.8

 One of the 435 993 Cup cars manufactured by Porsche

* Factory 993 Cup upgraded to RSR

* VIN: WP0ZZZ99ZRS398073

* 993 GT2 Body; all fiberglass and Lexan; EVO2 bumpers, GT2 wing, Factory Mather roll cage, built in Air Jacks, Weight 2300lbs

* Fresh 3.8 (6hrs DE since rebuild in 2015) rebuilt 3.8 race engine, 400hp, solid engine mount, six stack injection & dual inginition, MOTEC Engine management and Injectors, Two front oil coolers, G50 6 speed, race clutch.

* Ohlins reservoir shocks front and rear

* Big red brakes, Tilton bias control

* Centerlock w 3 sets 18inch  3pcs BBS Wheels,

* Motec Digital dash, 10lbs fire system, Endurance fuel cell,

* Original Wagenpass and PCA logbooks.

Specifications 993 VIN# RS398073

Body
Porsche 911 coupé 993 cup

Evo 2 Front bumper www.gt-racing.com
993 GT Wing
Removable front clip
Fiberglass body (fenders, trunk)

Weight
Factory weight 1100 kg (2420 lbs)
weights repartition: 40% F and 60% R
2003 weight estimation: 2300 lbs

Safety and Maintenance
Factory moly roll cage
Fuel cell with endurance filling system
10 lb fire system (exit front, cockpit and rear)
Air jacks (1 front – 2 back)
Aluminium race pedals
Recaro race seat

Engine
3.8 race engine with six stack injection
Dual ignition
Engine management and data acquisition
www.motec.com
Motec engine management
Motec digital dash
Motec track mapping
Motec beacon (receiver and transmitter)

Transmission
Gearbox 6 speeds identification G50/30
Original gearbox ratios: 1st 3.154; 2nd 2.0; 3rd 1.522; 4th 1.241; 5th 1.031; 6th 0.829; rear 2.857

240 mm clutch dual mass flywheel
Wheel/pinion ratio: 3.444

Suspensions
Ohlins reservoir shocks
All stell momo ball suspensions
Original Anti rollbar:
– Ø front 23 mm
– Ø rear 19 mm

 

Brakes
Big red Brembo 993 turbo brakes
Cross-drilled disks
Front diameter 322 mm
Rear diameter 300 mm
Tilton bias system

About the Porsche Super Cup racing series:

These series have been created by Porsche for the 944 and 944 Turbo in the mid 80’s. In 1994 they introduced the 993 and restarted the series with this model. Those 911 had 3.8 liters engine producing 310 hp in 1994 and went up to 350 hp for the latest models thanks to the improved injection system.

Original993cupengine
-964/993,3.8liter,102×76.4

-310HP@6300rpm
-370N.m@5500rpm
– Compression 11.5:1

This historic Porsche 911 car was built in 1994 as a race car by the Weissach Porsche factory in Germany and has been improved every year since then. The result is a proven efficiency and reliability on all road racing tracks. This car is stopped by big Brembo brakes with cross drilled and ventilated disks at each wheel. The 3.8 liters flat-six engine delivers around 400 HP. Weighting only 1.050 kg (2,310 pounds) that gives an impressive weight by power ratio of 2.62 kg per HP (5.77 pounds per HP) down from the latest Porsche 996 GT2. During the SPEED World Challenge 2002 championship in North America, the car finished 14th out of 47 in the GT class (highest class). The car’s career started with a podium finish in its first race at Imola, back in 1994 in the European Porsche Super Cup Series.

 

Factory specification: max. speed 280 km/h (175 miles/h)

435 “993 cup” cars have been built worldwide, identified by vintage numbers starting with WPOZZZ99 followed by
– 1994: RS398001 to 8100 (100 cars) – start of R series in December 1993
– 1995: SS398001 to 8110 (110 cars) – start of S series in August 1994
-1996:TS398001,to,8117,(117cars)
– 1997: VS398001 to 8114 (114 cars).

Car Vintage serial number: WPOZZZ99Z RS398073

This Porsche 993 cup raced in the European Porsche Super Cup and Carrera Cup series for 4 years in 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997, the Canadian GT series in 2001 and the world speed challenge in 1999 and 2002. This car has raced on most european and north american tracks such as Imola, Nüburgring, Hockenheim, Monza, Monaco, Sebring, Lacuna Seca, Mosport, Road America, VIR, Daytona… name it!

This race car has been released on February 22nd, 1994 from Porsche factory in Weissach, Germany under the model denomination: “1994 PORSCHE 911 Cup 3.8 – 993 model – Coupé style”. The 993 type is the 4th Porsche 911 generation.

Owner and Race list:

 Since May 2012: Current Owner

Various High Performance Driving Events. No Racing.

 May 2008 – April 2012: JC Castillio

Various PCA Clubraces and DE

 November 2003 – April 2008: Jeff Gailleur (Canada)
Driver: Jeff Gailleur (France, Canada)
Team: AgileRacing.com
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

2005: ?

2004: Mosport PCA Club Race & FAQ GT Mont-Tremblant Fall Classic.

2001-2003: Bradley Flowers (Canada)
Driver: Brad Flowers (Canada)
Team: Infovision
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

2003: no race

2002: Speed World Challenge GT series 
10 races: 2002: March 13-15 Sebring International Raceway, May 17-19 Mosport International Raceway- Canada, May 24-27 Lime Rock Park, June 28-30 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, July 5-7 Road America, July 19-21 Washington D.C. RFK Street Circuit, August 2-4 Le Circuit de Trois-Rivieres, Sept. 20-22 Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Oct. 10-12 Road Atlanta Motorsports Center, Oct. 25-27 Virginia International Raceway.
Finished 14th out of 47 in the GT class championship

2001: Canada GT Challenge Cup 
9 races (reference time: best qualifying lap at Mosport: 1:27.322)

March 2001: the car moved from USA to Canada

1998-2000: Jim Oppenheimer (USA)
Driver: Jim Oppenheimer (USA)
Team: Toad Hall
Location: Chicago, IL, USA

2000: No race (withdraw from the Speed World Challenge GT series because of the SCCA rule changes)

1999: American le Mans and Speed World Challenge GT series
6 races: American Le Mans: Atlanta (April 18, 1999); Speed World Challenge: Trois Rivières, Canada (July 31, 1999); Western Michigan GP (August 28, 1999); Top 10 finish at Vancouver, BC, Canada (September 4, 1999); Pikes Peak International (October 3, 1999); Laguna Seca, CA (October 9, 1999)
Finished 18th out of 65 in the GT class championship

1998: No race

August 1998: the car moved from Germany to USA

1996 – 1997: Klaus Herbort (Germany)
Driver: Klaus Herbort (Germany)
Location: Germany

1997: European Porsche Supercup Series
9 races: GTP  – Hockenheim (March 29, 1997); GTP – Nüburgring (April 4, 1997); GTP – Spa (May 9, 1997); GTP – Zoldes (June 13, 1997); GTP – Zandvoort (July 17, 1997); GTP – Hockenheim (August 1, 1997); GTP – Oscherleben (August 8, 1997); GTP – Dijon (September 11, 1997); GTP – Monza (October 3, 1997)

1996: European Porsche Supercup Series
11 races: PC – Nürburgring (April 7, 1996); PC – Hockenheim (April 19, 1996); PC – Monza (May 2, 1996); PC – SPA (May 16, 1996); PC – Hockenheim (June 18, 1996); PC – Zandvoort (July 19, 1996); PC – Hockenheim (August 2, 1996); PC – Budapest (August 23, 1996); PC – Dijon (September 6, 1996); PC – Zolder (September 22, 1996); PC – Misano (October 16, 1996)

1995: Altfrid Heger (Germany)
Driver: Altfrid Heger (Germany)
Team: Hutchinson Telecom
Location: Germany

1995: Carrera Cup Series
5 races: Carrera Cup Norisring (June 23, 1995); GP – Hockenheim (June 29, 1995); Carrera Cup Nürburgring (August 17, 1995); GP – Nürburgring (August 29, 1995); Carrera Cup Hockenheim (October 12, 1995)

1994: Hubert Haupt (Germany)
Driver: Hubert Haupt (Germany)
Team: Hutchinson Telecom
Location: Germany

1994: European Porsche Supercup Series
3 races: GP – Imola (April 28, 1994); GP – Monaco (May 12, 1994); GP – Barcelona (May 28, 1994)

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