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Rennsport Reunion V at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca

Hosted by Porsche Cars North America, Rennsport Reunion V is the world's premier official Porsche gathering featuring many legendary Porsche vintage and current racecars. Held on the weekend of Sept. 25-27, 2015 with approximately 40,000 spectators, the three-day program of on-track competition will be complemented by a Concours d’Elegance, featuring wide variety of Porsche’s most historic racing models from the nimble mid-engine 550 Spyder of the mid-'50s, through the mighty 917 and 956/962 of the '70s and '80s, to the highly successful 911 GT3 RSR and RS Spyder of the last decade. Held about every three years, the first three reunions were on the East Coast, with the inaugural event held at Lime Rock Park in 2001, and then twice at Daytona International Speedway. Rennsport Reunion IV moved west in 2011, tapping into a vast array of West Coast car aficionados and Porsche enthusiasts. 

Hosted by Porsche Cars North America, Rennsport Reunion V is the world's premier official Porsche gathering featuring many legendary Porsche vintage and current racecars. Held on the weekend of Sept. 25-27, 2015 with approximately 40,000 spectators, the three-day program of on-track competition will be complemented by a Concours d’Elegance, featuring wide variety of Porsche’s most historic racing models from the nimble mid-engine 550 Spyder of the mid-'50s, through the mighty 917 and 956/962 of the '70s and '80s, to the highly successful 911 GT3 RSR and RS Spyder of the last decade. Held about every three years, the first three reunions were on the East Coast, with the inaugural event held at Lime Rock Park in 2001, and then twice at Daytona International Speedway. Rennsport Reunion IV moved west in 2011, tapping into a vast array of West Coast car aficionados and Porsche enthusiasts. 

#46 Porsche Gmund SL 063 1951 Le Mans Class Winner is the car that arguably started it all. Fully restored by Emory Motorsports, it is Porsche's first works Le Mans entry and class winner. oupé managed not only to score a class win but beat all the 1500cc cars as well using its 45-horsepower VW-style engine and ultra-slippery body, complete with side skirts and a flat underbelly.

Lava Orange Porsche 991 GT3 RS

Lava Orange Porsche 991 GT3 RS

Half of this Porsche 991 RSR is made from 380,000 pieces of Legos in 28 days

Half of this Porsche 991 RSR is made from 380,000 pieces of Legos in 28 days

Very cool beer names.

Very cool beer names.

Restored and Prepared by Canepa Motorsports: Coca-Cola Porsche 962-102 and TRUST Racing Nisseki Porsche 962-170, one of the last Porsche factory 962s built. 

Restored and Prepared by Canepa Motorsports: Coca-Cola Porsche 962-102 and TRUST Racing Nisseki Porsche 962-170, one of the last Porsche factory 962s built. 

Shown here in its restored Marlboro paint-scheme, chassis 993-GT1-101 campaigned by JB Racing was the first Porsche 993 GT1 to be delivered to a customer.

Shown here in its restored Marlboro paint-scheme, chassis 993-GT1-101 campaigned by JB Racing was the first Porsche 993 GT1 to be delivered to a customer.

#29 Porsche 718 RSK. Driven by Jean Behra & Hans Herrmann & took 1st in class and 3rd overall at the 1958 24 Hours of Lemans.

#29 Porsche 718 RSK. Driven by Jean Behra & Hans Herrmann & took 1st in class and 3rd overall at the 1958 24 Hours of Lemans.

#21 1971 Porsche 917 Longtail Martini. Porsche engineers developed different car body models to meet the different demands of different racetracks. The so-called short-tail model was designed for heavily twisting roads in which a high contact pressure was necessary for fast cornering. The long-tail model was designed for fast racetracks and a high final velocity. These cars were reaching impressive speeds on the Mulsanne. In 1971, during night practice, a 917LH (Langheck - long tail), driven by young Mexican driver Pedro Rodriguez (1968 Le Mans winner), clocked at a top speed of 398 km/h, or about 249 mph.

#21 1971 Porsche 917 Longtail Martini. Porsche engineers developed different car body models to meet the different demands of different racetracks. The so-called short-tail model was designed for heavily twisting roads in which a high contact pressure was necessary for fast cornering. The long-tail model was designed for fast racetracks and a high final velocity. These cars were reaching impressive speeds on the Mulsanne. In 1971, during night practice, a 917LH (Langheck - long tail), driven by young Mexican driver Pedro Rodriguez (1968 Le Mans winner), clocked at a top speed of 398 km/h, or about 249 mph.

1979 Le Mans Winning #41 Porsche 935 K3 (chassis 009 00015). This car was entered at 1979 Le Mans by Don and Bill Whittington, who, along with co-driver Klaus Ludwig, drove the 700 horsepower twin-turbo monster to a glorious overall win.

1979 Le Mans Winning #41 Porsche 935 K3 (chassis 009 00015). This car was entered at 1979 Le Mans by Don and Bill Whittington, who, along with co-driver Klaus Ludwig, drove the 700 horsepower twin-turbo monster to a glorious overall win.

1984 Le Mans Winner New-Man Joest Racing 956-117 (Turbo 2.6) #7 Klaus Ludwig/Henri Pescarolo

1987 Porsche #17 Racing Porsche AG 962c

1987 Porsche #17 Racing Porsche AG 962c

1981 Le Mans WinnerJules Porsche 936 #11 Jacky Ickx / Derek Bell

Joest Racing, Hagenuk" Porsche TWR WSC-95 Michele Alboreto / Stefan Johansson / Tom Kristensen . The Porsche WSC-95 (sometimes referred to as the TWR WSC-95) was a Le Mans Prototype originally built by Tom Walkinshaw Racing. It was modified by Porsche from the original group C Jaguar XJR-14 from which it derived, and run by Joest Racing. Originally intended to race in the IMSA World Sportscar Championship, the WSC-95 actually saw very little race action even though it managed to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in both 1996 and 1997 without actually being acknowledged as a factory supported project.

Joest Racing, Hagenuk" Porsche TWR WSC-95 Michele Alboreto / Stefan Johansson / Tom Kristensen . The Porsche WSC-95 (sometimes referred to as the TWR WSC-95) was a Le Mans Prototype originally built by Tom Walkinshaw Racing. It was modified by Porsche from the original group C Jaguar XJR-14 from which it derived, and run by Joest Racing. Originally intended to race in the IMSA World Sportscar Championship, the WSC-95 actually saw very little race action even though it managed to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in both 1996 and 1997 without actually being acknowledged as a factory supported project.

1998 Porsche 911 GT1 #26 LeMans Winner McNish / Aiello / Ortelli

1998 Porsche 911 GT1 #26 LeMans Winner McNish / Aiello / Ortelli

991 GT3RSR #911 Richard Lietz, Patrick Pilet, Nick Tandy

991 GT3RSR #911 Richard Lietz, Patrick Pilet, Nick Tandy

919 #19 car driven by Earl Bamber, Nico Hülkenberg, and Nick Tandy

919 #19 car driven by Earl Bamber, Nico Hülkenberg, and Nick Tandy

Dauer 962 LM Le Mans Porsche Team #35 H.J.Stuck/T.Boutsen/D.Sullivan. Finished 2nd in GT1 Class and 3rd Overall at 1994 Hours of Le Mans

Dauer 962 LM Le Mans Porsche Team #35 H.J.Stuck/T.Boutsen/D.Sullivan. Finished 2nd in GT1 Class and 3rd Overall at 1994 Hours of Le Mans

Chopard Heritage Display

Chopard Heritage Display

 Known as the car that killed Can-Am racing, the Porsche 917/30 was the most powerful and terrifying sports car racer ever built and raced as it was capable of producing 1,580 bhp with it's 5.374 litre 12 cylinder engine while tipping the scales only 1,800 lbs.

 Known as the car that killed Can-Am racing, the Porsche 917/30 was the most powerful and terrifying sports car racer ever built and raced as it was capable of producing 1,580 bhp with it's 5.374 litre 12 cylinder engine while tipping the scales only 1,800 lbs.

Martini Racing Porsche 936/80 (Turbo 2.1) #9 Jacky Ickx/Reinhold Jöest

Martini Racing Porsche 936/80 (Turbo 2.1) #9 Jacky Ickx/Reinhold Jöest

Known as the king of 935s, 1981 Kremer Lowenbrau Porsche 935 K4 IMSA GTP. 1 of 2 Built and restored by Canepa.

Known as the king of 935s, 1981 Kremer Lowenbrau Porsche 935 K4 IMSA GTP. 1 of 2 Built and restored by Canepa.

#36 Herman Miller Porsche 924 Carrera GTR Trans-Am

#36 Herman Miller Porsche 924 Carrera GTR Trans-Am

#0 Interscope Porsche 935/79, winner of the 1979 24 Hours of Daytona.

#0 Interscope Porsche 935/79, winner of the 1979 24 Hours of Daytona.

#16 Blaupunkt Porsche 962 1988 IMSA Championship Winner

#16 Blaupunkt Porsche 962 1988 IMSA Championship Winner

Rohr Porsche 911 GT1

Rohr Porsche 911 GT1

Porsche RS Spyder Evo #7 Penske Racing

Porsche RS Spyder Evo #7 Penske Racing

Jeff Zwart's Andial Built 996 GT2 Pikes Peak Winning Car, Prepped by BBi Autosport

Jeff Zwart's Andial Built 996 GT2 Pikes Peak Winning Car, Prepped by BBi Autosport

#2 Bosch 917 Porsche 917/10 Driver: Willi Kauhsen 1973 Internationales ADAC Nürburgring 300 km Rennen Winner

#2 Bosch 917 Porsche 917/10 Driver: Willi Kauhsen 1973 Internationales ADAC Nürburgring 300 km Rennen Winner

#61 1972 "Viper Green" Kremer Porsche ST "Won five of nine races in the inaugural, 1972 European Grand Touring Championship. Modified by Erwin Kremer with wider rims, roll bars, a 2.5-liter engine, and flared fenders, the four-wheel drive car took first at Hockenheim, Germany and Estoril, Portugal, as well as at the Nurburgring, the world’s longest racetrack, and one of the toughest."

#61 1972 "Viper Green" Kremer Porsche ST
"Won five of nine races in the inaugural, 1972 European Grand Touring Championship. Modified by Erwin Kremer with wider rims, roll bars, a 2.5-liter engine, and flared fenders, the four-wheel drive car took first at Hockenheim, Germany and Estoril, Portugal, as well as at the Nurburgring, the world’s longest racetrack, and one of the toughest."

#6 1972 LM Porsche 917/10 Can-Am Driven by George Follmer

#6 1972 LM Porsche 917/10 Can-Am Driven by George Follmer

#186 1986 Porsche 959/50 Dakar Rally Raid Winner

#186 1986 Porsche 959/50 Dakar Rally Raid Winner

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#86 Bayside Disposal Racing Porsche Type 962

#86 Bayside Disposal Racing Porsche Type 962

Brumos Racing

Brumos Racing

1989 Miller High Life Porsche 962 Daytona 24 Hour Winner, Driven by Derek Bell.

1989 Miller High Life Porsche 962 Daytona 24 Hour Winner, Driven by Derek Bell.

One of the most popular Porsche 962 racers in the model’s celebrated history and the fastest of them all, 962-108C-2 was driven by some of the greatest talents of the day including Derek Bell. Engine wizard Ed Pink (who currently build Singer engines) was extracting more power from the turbocharged flat-6. Pink back-engineered the Bosch Motronic injection system’s controls and performed some internal tweaks, raising output over 80 horsepower to upwards of 830 (IMSA later mandated restrictor plates on all the 962 Porsches).

  • Chassis no 108C-2
  • 1989 Daytona 24 Hour Winner
  • 1989 Palm Beach Grand Prix Winner
  • 1989 Porsche Cup USA Winner
  • Acknowledged as the fastest 962 in period
  • Described by Derek Bell as his favorite 962 and driven to his last 24 Hour victory
  • Sponsored by Miller and BF Goodrich
Gunnar Racing Porsche Gunnar GT1

Gunnar Racing Porsche Gunnar GT1

Muscle Milk Team Cytosport Porsche RS Spyder Evo. Sebring LMP2 class winner. 

Muscle Milk Team Cytosport Porsche RS Spyder Evo. Sebring LMP2 class winner. 

2015 IMSA Cup Cars rolling through the paddock

2015 IMSA Cup Cars rolling through the paddock

Flying Lizard Motorsports

Flying Lizard Motorsports

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#90 White Lightning Racing 2004 24 Hour Le Mans Class Winner. Jörg Bergmeister / Patrick Long /Sascha Maassen

#90 White Lightning Racing 2004 24 Hour Le Mans Class Winner. Jörg Bergmeister / Patrick Long /Sascha Maassen

#67 2012 911 GT3 Andial Cup. GT1 class. "Built by Porsche Motorsport North America in early 2015. PMNA will only build 5 ANDIAL Edition Cup cars, and this is the second one.  The ANDIAL Edition engine has been converted to 4.0 liters from the stock 3.8 and puts out 515hp. The remainder of the upgrades on this package are customer-specified, and  this one has Bosch ABS, the KMP paddle shift system and an RSR gearbox. The Miller High Life livery is a commemorative livery honoring the last ANDIAL-powered Porsche to win  the Daytona 24 Hours race overall in 1989, which was a 962 driven by Derek Bell, Bob Wollek, and John Andretti."

#67 2012 911 GT3 Andial Cup. GT1 class. "Built by Porsche Motorsport North America in early 2015. PMNA will only build 5 ANDIAL Edition Cup cars, and this is the second one. 

The ANDIAL Edition engine has been converted to 4.0 liters from the stock 3.8 and puts out 515hp. The remainder of the upgrades on this package are customer-specified, and 

this one has Bosch ABS, the KMP paddle shift system and an RSR gearbox. The Miller High Life livery is a commemorative livery honoring the last ANDIAL-powered Porsche to win 

the Daytona 24 Hours race overall in 1989, which was a 962 driven by Derek Bell, Bob Wollek, and John Andretti."

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Blackswan Racing

Blackswan Racing

FABCAR-Porsche Daytona Prototype campaigned by Hurley Haywood, J.C. France, Scott Goodyear, and Scott Sharp for Brumos Racing

FABCAR-Porsche Daytona Prototype campaigned by Hurley Haywood, J.C. France, Scott Goodyear, and Scott Sharp for Brumos Racing

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Carrying the livery of the Wynn’s Engine Oil Products, Hotchkis Racing’s 1986 Porsche 962 F01 is powered by as a period-correct, latest-spec 3.2 single-turbo 962 engine built by Porsche Motorsport North America. The powerplant utilizes new Porsche 911 GT1 technology, including a forged crankshaft and lower end. With its two-valve heads, Garrett turbocharger, air-to-air intercooler, and Bosch Motronic fuel and ignition management system, the engine is estimated to produce a healthy 750-plus horsepower.

  • Engine – Porsche 3.2 liter flat 6 cylinder with single turbocharger and intercooler
  • Horsepower – 740HP
  • Top speed -240 MPH (Le Mans trim)
  • ECU – Bosch Motronic
  • Chassis – Aluminum monocoque
  • Body – Carbon fiber body work
  • Transmission – Porsche racing 5-speed
  • Fire system – Lifeline
  • Shocks- Penske Racing
  • Tires – Goodyear
  • Wheels – BBS
2001 Porsche "Hurricane" 996 Turbo Race Car

2001 Porsche "Hurricane" 996 Turbo Race Car

  • 3.6-liter, 1,050-hp twin turbocharged engine
  • Megaline paddle-shift system
  • Built by Kelly Moss – goal was the most state of the art Porsche GT racecar
  • Carbon composite bodywork from Kelly Moss Motorsports and dp Motorsports
  • State of the art DSSV dampers with G valves
  • PFC water-cooled brakes with infrared temp sensors
  • 12-piston ABS braking system with AP 991 RS floor mounted pedal assembly
  • All wheel-drive with Holinger custom double width gear sets for maximum strength
  • Special Drexler differential front & rear, custom gun drilled 300M high strength steel axles
  • Adjustable traction control
Kelly Moss Motorsports


Kelly Moss Motorsports

Moorespeed

Moorespeed

Falken Tire

Falken Tire

Momo Italy

Momo Italy

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Michelin Tire Display

Michelin Tire Display

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Yellow Porsche 964 RS America

Yellow Porsche 964 RS America

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Bruce Jenner Racing 1986 944 Turbo GTR Built for IMSA and TransAm. 5 of 7 built

Bruce Jenner Racing 1986 944 Turbo GTR Built for IMSA and TransAm. 5 of 7 built

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