What has this blog devolved into? Just a fantasy wetdream of the cars we’d love to own?
That is mostly what it has been all along.
This 911 Red Evolution by DP-Motorsport.de out of Deutschland is something exceptionally unique and special. One to be cherished, raced, and cherished further.
And perhaps snuck onto the streets to catch the world’s rapt attention?
A racer for the road, with an aircooled and barely muffled race engine to boot.
Details of this very special 911 are included below the gallery. Favorite details have to be the seamless widebody, insane grip and downforce package and of course the red-painted details throughout.
DP-MOTORSPORT unveils a stunning 911 RED EVOLUTION
Photos: Jordi Miranda
In 1973 Ekkehard ZIMMERMANN established the Porsche specialized company dp motorsport. During its 43 years of existence the founder gained many achievements with his dream cars. Doubtless, the crowning glory of his career was the overall victory – in cooperation with Kremer Racing- of the 24 Hours of Le Mans with a „935 K3“. World-famous are also his station wagon conversions – the so-called „Cargo“ – based on the 924 and 944.
Most recently, the Managing Director placed his entire design ideas into this 911 series G. First introduced to the public in 1974, the 911 RS was about to receive an optimization of perceived 1.000 details. The result is a 911 RS 3.5 Red Evolution.
The wheel housings, side sills as well as the front- and rear bumper were remodeled and improved at the body of a so-called „dp11 Red Evolution“ coated in Porsche guards red (80K). The windows of the lightweight doors consist of hardened plexiglass. Even the water drains were removed. At dp motorsport all body parts are made of carbon or glass fiber reinforced plastic (GFRP).
The vehicle inhabits a H&R suspension coil over system and adjustable dp-stabilizers type RSR. The front axle head bearings as well as the turbo rear axle guides are Unibal-mounted and the front axle PU guide sockets are supplied by Superpro. The dp motorsport welded strut brace as well as the brake system of a 911-3.3-Turbo deserves special mention. The wheel-tire-combination with Fuchs rims in the dimensions 9 x 15 are assembled with Michelin semi slicks TB in 225/55-15 on the front axle and in 13 x 15 with 335/35-15 on the rear axle.
The dp motorsport team equipped the 3.500 cm³ capacity engine with a mechanical fuel injection system with individual throttle valves, a dual ignition system as well as a 911-RSR camshafts. The result are a mighty 365 PS (=268 kW). Edelweiß Motorsport coordinated the mechanical fuel injection pump on a dynamometer. The transmission type 915 with limited slip differential, steel synchroniser rings and oil cooling received an elevated shifter and shortened shift travels.
Even the interior endured an extensive upgrade. While enjoying the Lollipop race seats in the 935 style, the driver looks at a 350-mm Momo steering wheel and a carbon styled dash board with carbon knee rails. The coated tin in the interior is furnished with a light-weight velor carpet style 964 RS. Ultimate protection for the passengers is provided by a welded, red coated safety cell as well as 4-point professional harness by Schroth.
Also the bonded windshield type 993, a light motorsport battery, a custom-made racing cable bundle and a carbon clubsport tank with 80 liters capacity are worthy special attention. The result of 940 kg unladen weight (without fuel) are remarkable!
More information about this impressive 911 RS direct at
dp motorsport E. Zimmermann GmbH
Am alten Wasserwerk 1
D-51491 Overath (- Immekeppel)
Fon +49 (0) 22 04 / 7 10 67
Fax +49 (0) 22 04 / 7 10 69
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He holds a Journalism JBA degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Tom currently resides in Charleston, South Carolina with his two amazing dogs, Drake and Tank.
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