Testing A Porsche Race Car At Sebring, FL




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sgvfilms: god that car is gorgeous, nice vid

Sionade: haha. I live right behind the track. I can LITERALLY walk like 5 mins across the field and step onto the track. =). I can hear em practicin for Saturday. =p. Gotta love Sebring.

TWA78: great vid!!! may I ignorantly ask what porsche this is..its simply beautiful...also what even is this? loads of porsche's on the same track is always gonna be good!!!

Roscoe Kinard: Nice car !...tell me about the motor

nofukenway: SWEET car!

llLadonisll: your brother has a very nice car! we enjoyed watching it on the track but it was sad not to see him race in the enduro race. by far the most unique and beautiful car there! thats my parents RV on the other side of the fence(6:40 right above his head).

capturecharacter: Thanks. Track & event info are listed at the beginning of the vid and in the comments. Sebring's "48 Hours" event. Race car is based on a 911 tub.

Alvie Garcia: that is a BEAST!

banziracer: very nice.

felipesoto2010: i have the this complete body kit for this car already. i should be finishing my car soon.

porsche914man: gotta love that sliver 914 in this vid.. nice car kinda looks like a gt2

xX Relentless: damn sweet car

capturecharacter: @briwilbarn I'm pretty sure the bodywork was done in New Mexico.

npfernando: love the car!!!keep it up!

lambinator911: @scoe911: I am the owner of the race car and I FINALLY setup a YouTube account. The car currently is configured with an air cooled 3.4 liter normally aspirated Porsche 911 engine with individual throttle bodies for each cylinder. Hope to change to a water cooled 996 twin turbo engine sometime in the near future . . . but for now the relatively low horsepower air cooled engine is allowing to attempt to learn how to drive the 911 platform.

pimpedvw: Nice ride!
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Testing a Porsche Race Car at Sebring, FL