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|“||Limited Time Series
More new Limited Time Series featuring the Ferrari FXX K Evo and Porsche 718, alongside returning favourites–McLaren MP4-X, MP4/4 and Koenigsegg Agera R! Earn these five cars, and a stash of Gold!
— What's new in this update ( Circuit of the Americas Update (v7.0)).
The PORSCHE 718 was a development of the successful PORSCHE 550A with improvements being made to the body work and suspension. The car is a Rennsport build with a wheelbase shorter (German 'Kurz') than typical of predecessors of the era and this led to the car being referred to as the RSK. It had a mid-engined layout and used the 142 bhp (brake horsepower) 1.5-litre Type 547/3 quad-cam engine introduced in the 550A at 7500 rpm. The car made its racing debut at the 1957 24 Hours of Le Mans driven by Umberto Maglioli and Edgar Barth. The car failed to finish the race due to an accident.
In 1958, the car finished first in class and third overall at Le Mans guided by Jean Behra and Hans Herrmann. Jean Behra also brought one of the cars home second at the Targa Florio. In 1959, the car, driven by Edgar Barth and Wolfgang Seidel, claimed overall victory at the Targa Florio. A 718 also won the European Hill Climb Championship in both 1958 and 1959.
The PORSCHE 718 RSK is available in 1 series:
This vehicle can be acquired for 400 without showcase discount. It has also been available for ?? as a 'Get it Now' price, unlocking Season in Sicily.
This vehicle was available to win in the following special event:
- Porsche 718 RSK Championship available in the Circuit of the Americas Update (v7.0) released in Nov 2018.
For the project page containing all events for this car see: RR3 Wiki:Events PORSCHE
This car has four liveries to choose from:
- No. 29 Porsche KG (1958 Le Mans), driven by Jean Behra (France) and Hans Herrmann (Germany)
- No. 31 Porsche KG (1958 Le Mans), driven by Edgar Barth (Germany) and Paul Frère (Belgium)
- No. 32 Porsche KG (1957 Le Mans), driven by Umberto Maglioli (Italy) and Edgar Barth (Germany)
- No. 112 Porsche Targa Florio (1959), driven by Edgar Barth and Wolfgang Seidel (Germany)
|5.10 s||122.0 ft
|0.92 g||400 G
|4.94 s||117.2 ft
|4.39 s||105.0 ft
|White|| purchase before any upgrades|
Or instant purchase
|Green||purchase after any upgrades|
For upgrades including PR values, please see the project page RR3 Wiki:Upgrades Section PORSCHE 1, please be aware that PR values can vary depending on the upgrade order.
|Season in Sicily|
|PORSCHE 718 RSK|