Porsche 911 Carrera RS Cup
MY 1992, Porsche 911 Carrera RS Cup, 1 of 112 „Carrera Cup“ on 964-RS-Basis
Chassis number WP0 ZZZ 96Z NS49 8048
ONS car passport from 1992
Mileage 45’000 kms
Engine rebuilt at 38’344 kms
Performance on dynamometer: 287 hp and 353 Nm (Factory specification: 275 hp)
Swiss road registration
This Porsche 911 Carrera Cup was sold as a factory delivery in Stuttgart on 28th of January 1992 to Mr. René Vogt in Switzerland. He had the car imported into Switzerland and in May 1992, it was also given a Swiss road registration. In 1992 and the following year, he had competed successfully in international races with this Cup-Porsche.
The following races are noted in the ONS car passport:
– 24h Nürburgring
The basis of the Porsche Cup, which has been held since 1990, was until then the Porsche 911 Carrera 2. From 1992, the Cup car was based on the Porsche 911 Carrera RS. The Porsche racing department in Weissach had developed the Porsche 911 Carrera Cup a big step further. With the model year 1992, the engine output was raised to 275 hp. Weight optimizations such as thin glass panels in the doors and at the rear, optimized the power-to-weight ratio. The front wheel hubs were now made of aluminum and 18-inch magnesium racing wheels replaced the aluminum wheels of the predecessor. For the first time, 18-inch wheels were used, replacing the 17-inchers. An important change also concerned the ABS: by pressing hard on the brake pedal, the ABS could be switched off in an emergency situation and the wheels could be locked.
Only 112 of these very rare 1992 RS-based Porsche 911 Carrera Cup cars were built. Legendary is also the final of the Porsche Cup 1993 in Hockenheim, where Uwe Alzen and Altfrid Heger had driven themselves around head and neck with these racing cars!
This car is in a very nice condition and is breathtakingly to drive.
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