Porsche 917/30 Spyder (1973)

Porsche 917/30 Spyder (1973)

Year of production: 1973
Engine: flat-twelve with turbocharging
Displacement: 5,374 cc
Power output: 1,200 HP (883 kW)
Top speed: 385 km/h (239 mph)

Described as “the most powerful racing car of all time”, it dominated circuit racing with its evolutionary twelve-cylinder engine. With Mark Donohue at the wheel, a Porsche comfortably fended off McLaren’s challenge to win the CanAm Series for the second time. A turbocharged version demonstrated its benefits for the first time on the winding courses.

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