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2003 Porsche GT3RS

Historically significant, the GT3RS is a factory built race car (Specifications) based on the 911 GT3. On the first race with Orbit Racing # 43 finished 2nd in the GT class at 2003 LeMans 24 hours.

Sporting New York Yankees pinstripes the car was driven by Peter Baron, Marc Lieb and Leo Hindery. On its next race finished 5th in the GT class at the 2004 Sebring 12 hour. Using a 6 speed sequential gearbox driver Mike Rockenfeller set a GT class record with a pole time of 2:04:16.

Today, # 02 widely known as the "orange juice car", is a favorite at track and can be found racing many Historic and significant club races for the benefit of The Billfish Foundation, Florida Citrus and Florida Citrus Mutual.

2006 Porsche GT3 Cup 997

Factory built race car (Specifications) was developed on and contains many parts found in the current 911 generation. The race version possesses a sequential gearbox, allowing up-shift at full throttle without using the clutch.

The 997 Cup was first introduced in Europe in the 2005 Porsche Michelin Supercup Series. Raced in 2006 and will see action in 2007 at the Porsche Carrera Cups Asia, Australia, Germany, France, Great Britain and Japan as well as in the IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge in the USA.

Carrying the Team's colors of orange/white and # 02, the 997 was driven by Hal Prewitt in 2006 in the IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge that was held in conjunction with the American Le Mans Race Series.

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