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Porsche 993 Carrera RS

Porsche 993 Carrera RS

Coupé, 1995


  • one of the few Clubsport versions
  • 100% documented racing history
  • mechanical fully restored

One of the 277 RS Clubsport produced, registered by Porsche AG for the first year for internal use (maybe Experience department), then used in Italy for the Targa Tricolore Porsche Championship with a complete and extremely transparent racing history.

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Porsche 993 Carrera RS Clubsport produced on March 17, 1993 in Zuffenhausen where it remained as an internal use car, owned by Porsche and registered two months later.

A year later, in May 1996 with about 20,000km, the car passed through the Porsche Straubing Center where it was serviced, before arriving in Italy in November of the same year, purchased by Giuseppe Giovenzana, a gentleman driver from Milan who entrusted the car in the expert hands of Orlando Redolfi, Autorlando team, Porsche official workshop and above all an expert racing car mechanic.

Since then, the car has always and only been followed by the Pedrengo workshop, both for routine maintenance and for assistance during the races during the Porsche Targa Tricolore seasons.

This RS, finished in Indian Red, was delivered with the rare Clubsport M003 package (227 units produced) which included the installation of the Matter welded roll cage, absence of sound absorbers and carpet in the passenger compartment and the installation of what was mandatory for N-GT class competitions: bucket seats (with body painted in the color of the bodywork) clothed in fireproof material, 5-point harnesses and hand-operated fire extinguisher. Externally, the Clubsport was distinguished by the standard kit of the larger wings, the strut bar and, in particular, this car was equipped with the predisposition of the radio (Duesseldorf RCR84): it was an unusual option, probably justified by the fact that the car was used internally by the test drivers, the radio was used to keep company during the long hours in the car.

The car raced successfully in Italy for several seasons, from 1997 to 2003: among the people who alternated in Giovenzana, at the wheel there were Fabio Villa and Romeo Camathias, Swiss gentleman driver experienced in endurance races (Sebring , Nurburgring, Spa) and in Eurotouring, but above all father of the works Porsche driver Joel Camathias.

After the ownership of Giovenzana, the car passed to another driver of the Autorlando team, Roberto Franzoni, then passed to a well-known Italian collection where it remained until 2017 and finally reached the hands of the current owner. Below you can find the full list of the races done.

Car completely matching numbers, with Porsche CoA, fully documented, transparent and accident-free sports history, this car presents itself today with a beautiful racing past, fully serviced (the last one few kilometers ago by Autorlando workshop which involved engine, gearbox and suspensions).

The exterior has deliberately remained in the conditions of the last race, therefore with its signs of competitive use. The car comes with all the documents, including the service book, the touring pass, the technical passports of the sporting seasons, the complete press review, the photographs of all the races carried out, the ASI Certificate of Historical Relevance and original Italian plates. Regularly registered in Italy with inspection done, ready to be used both on the road and on track.

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Competitions history:

1997 – Targa Tricolore Porsche – n.23

Monza – 300 km, 21-23/03, Giuseppe Giovenzana-Fabio Villa, 1st OA

Monza, 19-20/04, Giovenzana, 9th OA – 4th in class Race 1, 8th OA – 3rd in class Race 2

Mugello, 2-4/05, Giovenzana, 7th OA – 2nd in class Race 1, 8th OA – 2nd in class Race 2

Imola, 7-8/06, Giovenzana, 10th OA – 4th in class Race 1, 12th OA – 6th in class Race 2

Misano – 100 miglia, 12/07, Giuseppe Giovenzana – Antonio De Castro, 3rd OA – 1st in class

Misano – endurance, 13/07, Giuseppe Giovenzana – Antonio De Castro, 8th OA – 1st in class

Mugello – endurance, 7-9/09,  Giovenzana-Villa, 3rd OA – 1st in class

Misano, 27-28/09, Giovenzana, 10th OA – 3rd in class Race 1, 11th OA – 3rd in class Race 2

Vallelunga, 10-12/10, Giovenzana, DNF (driveshaft) Race 1, 12th OA – 5th in class Race 2

1998 – Targa Tricolore Porsche – n.23

Le Castellet, 22/03, Giuseppe Giovenzana-Romeo Camathias, 6th OA, 1st in class

Nurburgring, 12/04, Giovenzana, 9th OA, 1st in class

Magione, 17/05, Giovenzana, 8th OA – 1st in class Race 1, 9th OA – 2nd in class Race 2

Mugello – endurance, 13-14/06, Giovenzana-Camathias, DNF (out on gravel)

Spa Francorchamps, 3-5/07, Giovenzana, 8th OA, 1st in class

Monza – endurance, 18-19/07, Giovenzana-Camathias, 4th OA, 1st in class

Monza, 2-4/10, Giovenzana, DNF (engine) Race 1, 14th OA – 2nd in class Race 2

Misano – endurance, 25/10, Giovenzana-Camathias, 6th OA, 1st in class

1999 – Targa Tricolore Porsche – n.23

Le Castellet – endurance, 18/04, Giovenzana-Camathias, DNF (engine)

Magione – endurance, 29-30/05, Giovenzana, DNF (engine)

Monza – endurance, 18/07, Giovenzana-Argenti, 8th OA, 3rd in class

Monza, 1-2/10, Giovenzana, 11th OA – 3rd in class Race 1, 11th OA – 3rd in class Race 2,

DNS Race 3

2000 – Targa Tricolore Porsche – n.9 (309 for endurance)

Monza – endurance, 9/04, Giuseppe Franzoni, 14th OA, 6th in class

Spa Francorchamps – endurance, 14/05, Franzoni, 13th OA, 6th in class

Imola – endurance, 5/06, Franzoni, 11th OA, 4th in class

Mugello – endurance, 17/06, Franzoni, DNF

Hockenhem – endurance, 6/08, Franzoni, 9th OA, 3rd in class

Digione – endurance, 17/09, Franzoni, 12th OA, 4th in class

Monza – endurance, 6/10, Franzoni, 6th OA, 3rd in class

Misano – endurance, 29/10, Franzoni, Franzoni, 19th OA, 4th in class

2002 – Targa Tricolore Porsche

Monza – endurance, 4-6/05, Franzoni, 15th OA, 2nd in class

Mugello – endurance, 25/06, Franzoni, 15th OA, 2nd in class

2003 – Targa Tricolore Porsche – n.35 (350 for endurance)

Mugello – endurance, 9/03, Franzoni, 16th OA, 1st in class

Monza – endurance, 4/05, Franzoni, 11th OA, 2nd in class

Spa Francorchamps – endurance, 14/05, Franzoni-Argenti, 12th OA, 1st in class

Monza – endurance, 5/10, Franzoni, 9th OA, 1st in class

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Year of construction: 1995
Initial registration date: March 1995
Model: 993 Carrera RS
Body: Coupé
Series: 993
Mileage: 47000 km
Power: 330 HP
Cylinder capacity: 3,8 Liter
Steering: left
Transmission: Manual
Drive: Rear drive
Fuel: Gasoline
Configuration: ABS Servo steering
Interior color: Black
Interior material: Fabric
Exterior color: Red
Manufacturer color code (exterior): Indischrot/Guards L80K
Condition: Partially restored
New / used: Used car
Ready to drive: yes
Country of first delivery: Germany
Number of vehicle owners: 4

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