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Porsche RS Spyder EVO Mod for Assetto Corsa

Porsche RS Spyder EVO Mod for Assetto Corsa

The Porsche RS Spyder EVO is another iconic race car that challenged all and pursued greatness, this Assetto Corsa mod is great.

A product of the notable collaboration between Porsche and Penske, the Porsche RS Spyder EVO stands as a distinctive and instantly recognizable race car that left an indelible mark in the Le Mans Prototype Class 2 (LMP2) category.

Boasting an imposing 3.4-liter V8 engine, the RS Spyder EVO commanded an impressive 503 horsepower, all packed into a feather-light chassis weighing a mere 825 kilograms.

This automotive marvel quickly proved itself on the track, emerging triumphant in numerous championships and races, solidifying its position as a force to be reckoned with in its class. The combination of its lightweight build, powerful engine, and expert engineering culminated in a track dominance that reverberated throughout the racing community.

Its success not only underlined the meticulous craftsmanship and precision engineering of Porsche but also served as a testament to the spirit of relentless pursuit and unparalleled performance that defines the essence of motorsport excellence.

Some notable race wins and achievements

  • The 2008 12 Hours of Sebring: Driven by Romain Dumas, Timo Bernhard and Emmanuel Collard
  • The 2008 Le Mans Series: Driven by Jos Verstappen and Jeroen Bleekemolen, who won four out of five races and secured the LMP2 drivers’ and teams’ championships for Van Merksteijn Motorsport. The car also won the LMP2 constructors’ championship for Porsche.
  • The 2009 24 Hours of Le Mans:  Driven by Dumas, Bernhard and Collard where they repeated their Sebring achievement and won the LMP2 class by a huge margin of 10 laps.  The driving and car were so impressive, that it finished 5th overall ahead of some of the vehicles in the LMP1 class.

The Porsche RS Spyder EVO’s legacy transcends mere victories, symbolizing the pinnacle of engineering prowess and technological innovation in the world of endurance racing.

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