1974 Porsche 911 RSR
During the year 1974, PORSCHE produced a total of 109 models of the mythical PORSCHE Carrera 3.0L. From the total number of units produced, only 54 were built to « RS » specification, including the one we offer: chassis number #9107.
This car has been built by the Porsche factory at the beginning of the year 1974. The PORSCHE 911 Carrera 3.0 RS is the most developed of the RS specification, also called "G-Series" at Porsche Motorsport (G was the internal code of the model year).
With the Porsche 2.8L RSR dominating the podiums, category victories and overall winner, Porsche Motorsport already prepared the 1974 season. Two options were available internally for this new season: making a new model with an engine 2,1L turbocharged (and produce 500 copies, then mandatory to homologate a car in Group 3) or evolve the sister car, the Carrera 2.8L RSR. Handicapped by the engine regulations too constraining (for Porsche himself and their private customers), it is the second option which will be retained by the motorsport department: the PORSCHE 3.0L RS is born.
Like its sister - the Porsche 2.8L RSR - the Porsche 3.0L RS has an immediate success when the motorsport department announces its development: they will all be pre-sold in record time, despite a significant increase of the selling price.
This car has a track record and an international dimension. First acquired by a German as soon as it was released in 1974, it was bought in 1976 by the French team "Touroul Racing". From there, many French and international drivers will drive this beast. The #9107 chassis has been driven by Jean-Pierre JARIER, Guy FREQUELIN, Bernard BEGUIN, Francis BONDIL, Jean-Louis CLARR, "TILBER", Raymond TOUROUL, Philippe MALBRAN, Jean-Hugues HAZARD, Francis ROUSSELY & Jean-Claude LEFEBVRE. She participated in many events such as the Monte Carlo Rally, the 24h of Le Mans, the Tour de France Automobile or the 6h of Dakar.
The Porsche 3.0L RS # 9107 has been fully restored in 2014 and is ready to race on the historic circuit and rally championships. The FIA HTP is also up-to-date. A large restoration file is also available with all the pictures and invoices.
The car has been entrusted since several years to the Gipimotor team, located in the Brussels region. With his experience with this car (Tour Auto overall winners in 2016, 2nd overall in 2018, CER1 podium during the 2017 Spa Classic (PETER AUTO meeting)), the Gipimotor team can provide maintenance and assistance during your various historic competitions.
Race history carYear 1976•Rally Monte Carlo 1976 (n°23) – Guy Frequelin – Group 3 Winner•24h of Le Mans 1976 (n°52) – Touroul & Cudini – 6th overall•Rally du Var 1976 (n°3) – Bernard Beguin•Tour de France Automobiles 1976 (n°428) – Jean-Claude Lefebvre & R. Touroul•Critérium des Cévennes 1976 (n°1) – Bernard Beguin – Overall winnerYear 1977•Rally Monte Carlo 1977 (n°19) – Bernard Beguin•6h of Dakar 1977 – Jean-Pierre Jarier & Raymond Touroul – Group 4 Winner•24h of Le Mans 1977 (n°61) – Malbran & Gouttepifre – 2nd in Group 4•Rally Neige & Glace 1977 (n°2) – Bernard Beguin & Tilber•Rally d’Antibes 1977 (n°16) – Bondil•Critérium de Tourraine 1977 (n°22) – Jean-Louis Clarr•Rally Jean Behra 1977 – Bondil – 2nd Overall•Rally de l’Anguille 1977 – Raymond Touroul – Overall WinnerYear 1979•Tour de France Automobile (n°138) – Jean-Hugues HAZARD – Group 3 Winner– 6th Overall
The car is owned since several years by a Belgian owner. She participated in several meetings of the Peter Auto championship and the famous race of Le Mans Classic in 2018. She also won the 2016 edition of the Tour Auto Optic 2000 and finished 2nd overall two years later, in 2018.
Last participations of the car:
Year 2016•Tour Auto Optic 2000 – Overall Winner•Le Mans Classic – 7th Overall Performance Index Plateau 6Year 2017•Spa Classic – GT1 podiumYear 2018•Tour Auto Optic 2000 – 2nd Overall•Spa Classic 2018•Le Mans Classic – Plateau 6