For track day enthusiasts, this might be the perfect Porsche: a 911 GT2 RS Clubsport reviewed by Manthey Racing!
If the name of Manthey Racing says something to you, congratulations! You master the history of Porsche in competition! The German preparer is indeed a specialist in the 911, and for example won the 24 Hours of the Nürburgring this year. It is also thanks to Manthey that Porsche holds the Nürburgring record for a homologated car, with a 911 GT2 RS prepared by the German workshop.
To celebrate the 25 years of Manthey Racing, Porsche has decided to put the small dishes in the big ones. So here is the Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport 25. It’s all in the name: it’s a Porsche GT2 RS that has been modified for the track (hence the Clubsport). In practice, this model has already existed for a few years, and has been produced in 200 copies. The Clubsport is intended for thrill seekers on the track, but does not participate in any competition.
From there, Porsche developed in 2018 the new Porsche 935, evoking the monsters of the 1980s who notably won 24 hours of Le Mans. And finally this year, the Clubsport 25 largely uses the technique of the last two, with 700 ch, a PDK double clutch gearbox and a racing chassis.
The aero has been reworked by Manthey and Porsche, including redesigned front and rear bumpers for more downforce and more efficient cooling. The set is studded with neon yellow accents, the color used by Manthey Racing at the Nürburgring.
This special 25th anniversary edition will only be available … 30 copies ! A high-performance collector that is obviously not cheap: € 525,000 excluding tax.
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