The new simulation driving platform, currently within a closed beta programme, is set to expand its car roster with the addition of the current Porsche 911 (992) Cup.
At present, in the beta version of Rennsport, there is a selection of GT3 cars plus the Praga R1 mini-prototype in a class of its own. They are now set to be joined by another vehicle in a unique category, with Stuttgart’s contemporary one-make series steed – if the platform’s social media is anything to go by.
Unlike the GT3 R, it doesn’t feature traction control or ABS, making it a particularly challenging driver. It’s used in Porsche-organised regional championships, alongside the Formula 1 undercard Porsche Supercup series. The model is available for rival simulation platforms such as iRacing, Assetto Corsa Competizione, RaceRoom Racing Experience and rFactor 2.
The caption alongside the two teaser images, which show the dual central exhaust pipes, a hint of the silver and blue base livery and swank neck rear wing, reads: “Coming VERY soon to RENNSPORT.”
How soon is very soon? Is guess we’ll find out… Soon. It is added to the list of confirmed cars that are not yet playable in the beta, alongside two further Porsches: The Mission R and 963 LMDh/GTP. The front-wheel-drive TCR formula is also expected to be represented.