Turbo Sounds And Huge Flames From The Porsche 935 K3
The Porsche 935 K3 was constructed by German tuner, Kremer Racing, in accordance with Group 5 regulations. It is equipped with a flat six engine that was carried over from the factory built 935s, although in later years a slightly larger 3.2 litre engine was also offered. Depending on the boost level the twin-Turbocharged engine was good for anywhere between 740 bhp and 800 bhp. Power was transferred to the rear wheels through a four speed manual gearbox.
Its notable achievement includes winning the 1979 24 Hours of Le Mans, beating all of its opponents despite challenging heavy rain conditions, typically seen as a drawback for race cars equipped with windshields.
See it in action and enjoy the sound of its twin-turbo flat six engine!