Longtime Porsche shop Kremer Racing is perhaps best known for the Kremer K3—a modified version of the Porsche 935 race car. Now they’re bringing the iconic big flares and flat-nose look of the K3 to a modern 997-generation Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, and not even snow will keep them from testing it.
Once again, Jeff Zwart’s flame-spitting turbocharged Porsche 911 GT3 Cup tackled one of the most beautiful places on earth: Pikes Peak. This year, Zwart aimed for a feat only 12 drivers had ever done in the 99 years of the 12.42-mile Pikes Peak International Hill Climb: a sub-10-minute time up the mountain.
[Who loves cars on two wheels? We love cars on two wheels. Here’s a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup hopping a curb during Carrera Cup Deutschland’s trip to the Lausitzring. Photo credit: Porsche]
Everyone wants to drive Circuit of the Americas! No one wants to crash at COTA. Speeds are high, and there are pricey barriers to hit. Fortunately, this Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car with no brakes managed to park it right before hitting the barriers. Code Brown level: high.
Everyone has needs. Water, food, shelter, the occasional hug...and a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup. Yeah, that’s a need. Let the Mauro Motorsports 997 GT3 Cup demonstrate why that’s been added to my short list of needs: this rear-engined rocketship just passes everything with ease.
Yes: elevenses in a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car. This is Pirelli World Challenge driver and reigning Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA champion Colin Thompson laying down rubber in his 2015 car. It's beautiful. Simply beautiful.
Three Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars entered the Rallye Monte Carlo this year. They were glorious.
Power oversteer. Lift-off oversteer. Turn-oversteer. Corner exit oversteer. Oversteer.... everywhere.
Unlike some manufacturers who shall go unnamed, Porsche puts its money where its mouth is. Racing is no joke for them, and the Porsche 911 is accordingly one of the most popular cars in motorsports. Especially in this variant, the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup.
Want to buy one of the coolest looking racecars in recent years? Buy Axis of Oversteer's Porsche 2011 GT3 Cup car! It's orange and silver!
Porsche came out with the new 991 GT3 Cup car over the weekend. With flared fenders, more power, and a stripped interior it's impossible not to love, but at $234,273 (not including tax) is it the best car a gentleman racer can buy?
This is the Dutch Supercar Challenge, a gentleman's race series that puts all different kinds of GT cars on the same grid. We get to see a BMW 1er hunt down a 996 GT3 Cup car and all the close racing that follows.
This is what it feels like to be a top driver in the grueling Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona. Watch the whole race weekend unfold as reigning GT Champion Leh Keen fights for the lead in his Brumos Porsche GT3 Cup.
This is The Racers Group's 2012 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car before it gets the sponsorship stickers and flashy paintjob that goes on every racing car. The car is just unboxed, untouched, and just achingly gorgeous.
The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Car is probably the most popular race car in the world. It races in nearly every series, it's über capable, and it's a Porsche.
Rally driver, Road & Track photographer, and Porsche freak extraordinaire Jeff Zwart drove a 911 GT3 Cup road-race car up Pikes Peak last month. Is oppo-filled, high-res Porsche dirt video proof that Zwart is The Man? Yes, yes it is.