GROUP C

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The Porsche 962 C Team Joest

It is one of the most recognizable sportscars ever built.

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It appeared at the start of 1984, replacing the 956 in order to comply with IMSA’s GTP regulations.

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It would later also compete in the European Group C series.

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This specific 962 was developed by Joest Racing, who nicknamed it the “Doppelflügel”, “Double-wing”, in reference to its new rearwing, and is equipped with a 5-speed gearbox, a 750 HP twin-turbo charged engine at an approximate weight of 950 kg, producing top speeds close to 350 km/h.

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Joining the Porsche is the

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Nissan R90CK

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The legendary Nissan R90CK is a Group C race car built for competition in the World Sportscar Championship (WSC) in 1990 and the North American IMSA GT Championship later on.

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This wickedly-fast prototype is powered by a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V8 that produces 770 HP, which in low-downforce configuration and a weight of 950 Kg can lead to top-speeds upwards of 350 km/h. The R90CK was developed from the R89C. The “K” letter that was added stands for “Kaizen“, which is japanese for “Improved”.

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Group C cars are widely considered the most spectacular sportscars ever built in motorsport history.

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Built for endurance racing, these legendary cars fought many battles from the early 1980s to the 1990s.

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Back then sportscar racing was at its very top of popularity worldwide with racing series running in Europe, America and Asia.

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The Group C cars will become available with the next update!

Source:(https://forum.sector3studios.com/index.php?threads/group-c-porsche-962-team-joest-nissan-r90ck.12850/#post-173170)

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