The Porsche 911 Carrera RSR was an early step in the factory’s move away from Sports Prototype racers, and towards road car based designs. This was partly due to the regulation changes at the time, and also allowed Porsche to promote its products in a more recognisable form.
The end result was a set of cars that looked a bit like contemporary 911s, but were prototypes underneath. The RSR was the start of this development process though, and was closely related to its road car relation. It was a winner though, this example won the 1973 Mexico 1000km for the Brumos team. The race was held at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City, named after the lauded Rodríguez brothers, and featuring the amazing Olympic stadium shown at the back of this design.
This design will be available as a print, as part of a set celebrating the development of Porsche’s racing 911s.
It is available as a print, and on clothing and other items here.