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911 ST 2,3 ltr 1970 Factory Racing Version
This 911 ST, 2.3 ltr, conda green, is one of approx. 30 racing versions built by Porsche in 1970/71 and was ordered by the Finnish racing team A.A.W. and delivered new in August 1970. The team
owner was Antti Aarnio Wihuri, a Finnish industrialist. The car has a complete documentation. The Kardex card has a note that this car was transferred from series production to the motorsport
department. The Kardex card is dated 7 July 1970 and the first race took place at the end of 1970. Driver: Björn Waldegaard.
The Porsche certificate states that the car was transferred from series production to the motorsport department. The M491 racing version option was not offered by Porsche until 1972.
The following modifications were carried out in the Porsche Motorsport Department on 5 June 1970:
Set of plastic plastic fenders mounted at the front
Steel rear extensions welded in
Bumper front plastic mounted
Rear bumper plastic mounted
Plastic front hood mounted
Plastic windows Triangular windows Door windows Side windows Rear window mounted
Rubber bracket for front bumper fitted
Window rails with rubber
Rubber profile for rear window
Porsche lettering mounted on side
100 ltr. fueltank with central filler mounted
Engine changed from 2,2 ltr. to 2,3 ltr. according to the Kardex card: Engine upgraded to performance
There is documentation from 05.06.1971 of the Porsche Motorsport Department concerning the preparation for the 1000km race Nürburgring 1971.
04/10/1970 Keimola 500, car n°1, driver: Björn Waldegaard
02/05/1971 Mantorp Park, car n°6, driver: Björn Waldegaard, result: 3' over all
09/05/1971 Anderstorp Raceway, car n°3, driver Björn Waldegaard, result: 3rd over all
30/05/1971 1000 Km Nürburgring, car n°88, driver : Leo Kinnunen & Waldegaard, result: 3" in GT
23/05/1971 Kinnekulle, car n°3, driver : Björn Waldegaard, result: 3' over all
1971 Arctic Rally, car n°22, driver: Antti Aarnio-Wihuri, result: Winner, 1' over all
1977 Ahveniston Vauhtikisat ,car n°17,driver: Sauli Kangas
19/03/1978 Leruring Melk ( Austria ), driver: Martti Kangas
23/04/1978 Rallypista Santo Spirito, Gropello Cairoli ( Italy ), driver: Martti Kangas, result: 9th
21/05/1978 Ring Knutstorp, Kageröd ( Sweden ), driver: Martti Kangas, result: 6th
28/05/1978 Keimolan Moottoristadion, Vantaa ( Finland ), driver: Martti Kangas, result: 9th
25/06/1978 Duivelsbergcircuit, Maasmechelen ( Belgium ), driver: Martti Kangas, result: 6th
20/08/1978 Eurocircuit, Valkenswaard ( Netherlands ), driver: Martti Kangas, result: 5th
03/09/1978 Circuit de LohAac ( France ), driver: Martti Kangas
09/09/1978 Lydden Circuit, Wootton ( Great Britain ), driver: Martti Kangas, result: 4th
01/10/1978 Estering, Buxtehude ( Germany ), driver: Martti Kangas, result: 10th
1978 FIA European Rallycross Martti Kangas: 14' over all ( 37 points )
1985 Silja Rally-Cross, driver: Jorma Vilander
18/05/1986 Hämeenlinna, car n°28, driver: Jorma Vilander
31/05/1987 Rossvoll, Nordic Cup, driver: Jorma Vilander
1987 Vaasa, driver: Jorma Vilander
16/06/1987 Saari, Nordic Cup, driver: Jorma Vilander
1987 Nordic Cup, Luokka 2, driver: Jorma Vilander
03/09/1988 Rossvoll, Nordic Cup, driver: Jorma Vilander 1988 Mega Vauhtipäivät, Nordic Cup, driver: Jorma Vilander
20/09/2008 Yleiskilpailun tulos, car n°40, driver: Jorma Vilander
15/05/2010 Lauantaina Raahessa, car n°116, driver: Jorma Vilander
2010 Kuva Vuodeita, car n°16, driver: Jorma Vilander
24/06/2011 lso-Syöte Mäkiajot, car n°33, driver: Jorma Vilander
Ownership history from 1970-2021
1970 Antti AARNIO-WIHURI for the A.A.W. Racing Team, Finland
1977 Martti KANGAS, Finland
sold to Ulf LARSSON, Sweden
1985 to 2019 Jorma VILANDER, Finland
2019 sold to the present owner
The restoration of the rare works racing version of the 911 ST 2.3 ltr completed in 2021 presents itself in perfect original condition
911 RSR | 3.0 | 1974 | Original vehicle
An RSR 3.0 from 1974. Many first places by Edy Brandenberger.
Since the early 80s, the enthusiasm for the fascinating sports cars from Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen has grown steadily. ROOCK has since looked back on national and international successes in
motorsport: class victory in the GT2 category at the "24 Hours of Le Mans" in 1996, winning the FIA GT2 World Championship in the same year. In historic motorsport, further victories were
achieved at the "24h Le Mans Classic" in 2016 and 2018. The original racing car Porsche 911 RSR 3.0, perfectly prepared by ROOCK Sportsystem, was driven by Michael Roock and Uwe Alzen and
finished first in the GTS class with best time and pole position. ... more information
of „24h Le Mans Classic 2018“ ...
With professional planning, attention to detail, the best technology and experience from motorsport, ROOCK Sportsystem is dedicated to the restoration of historic Porsches as well as the construction and use of racing vehicles.
Our motto: preserve Porsche's historic cultural assets.
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There are many fast cars. But hardly any other manufacturer has understood like the sports car legend from Stuttgart how to produce vehicles that can really cope with the stress of racing. The
number of Porsche owners who regularly test the potential of their 911 on closed circuits is correspondingly high.
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With expert hands, master coachbuilder and master car mechanic Michael Roock restores even aged classics to their former glory - inside and out, visually and technically. So that your automotive cultural asset is well equipped for the future and its owners can enjoy it in the long term, not only because of the expected increase in value.
Sports cars from Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen are commodities. They belong on the road, not in a museum. With careful care and maintenance, they are among the most robust vehicles on the market. No
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Spa-Francorchamps and who have doused their masterpieces with winning champagne. Who work on precious racing cars when they are not looking after your vehicle.
In doing so, ROOCK relies on state-of-the-art work processes and strict quality control - which was confirmed by TÜV Rheinland as early as 2002 with the certification according to DIN EN ISO 9001: 2000.
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