Porsche GT2 Series : The newest 911 GT2 RS Clubsport from Porsche Motorsport has been presented; it was created especially for client teams taking part in GT2 championships. A variety of aerodynamic, wheel, shock absorber, and safety feature enhancements are part of the update. The most recent configuration, which maintains the core technology, is meant to keep the Clubsport competitive in the GT2 market over extended distances. This weekend, during the European Fanatec GT2 series in Monza, Italy, the new model will make its racing debut.
The new model’s major feature is its completely changed aerodynamics, which includes a new front apron with altered air intakes, a diffuser, and a radiator located in the middle. To facilitate proper ventilation, the front lid has also been modified. The rear wing’s Gurney flap is new and higher, and the front splitter has been modified to provide additional downforce on the front axle. These changes have improved the aerodynamic balance. Additionally, to fit wider wheels, the front and rear fenders have been enlarged. The shock absorber configuration has also been upgraded to lessen tyre wear and enable consistently quick lap times. An aesthetic flow between the wheels is created by newly created side sills. With more effective ventilation of the engine compartment and rear brakes provided by larger air ports in the rear apron, the thermal strain on components in hot summer months is decreased.
In addition, the updated model has stronger side impact padding, quick-fill fuel, and FIA-compliant rain lights. The 911 GT2 RS Clubsport evo-kit, which was released in 2019 and has helped to resurrect the GT2 class in racing, was introduced by Porsche Motorsport, according to Michael Dreiser, Director Sales, to provide its clients the means to continue fighting at the top of the GT2 sector.