2012 Dodge Viper GTS-R Race Car #91

Own a piece of Mopar history. Improve your track times with our 2012 Dodge Viper GTS-R Race Car shown off in Silver. This Viper GTS-R Race Car #91 is one of only four built and was campaigned by Chrysler in the GTLM class between 2012-2014.

Made to meet the strict regulations of the American Le Mans Series, our Viper is powered by a Hand-Built Roush 8.0 Liter Naturally Aspirated V-10 that provides 475bhp and 520ft-lb of pavement shattering torque while paired with a paddle-shifted 6 Speed transmission. This Racecar is built and tuned to run on E85, carries 110 liters of fuel and hits the scales at 2,745lbs thanks to lightweight aluminum alloys, carbon fiber, and lexan.

Just look at the way this Viper is displayed. It looks amazing and almost too good to drive but rest assured, this #91 can run!

The exterior shows off a lightweight carbon fiber body, Carbon Fiber Splitter, Canards, and Wing. Check out the LED headlights, decals,  and Michelins wrapped around Graphite-colored honeycomb wheels held on by single wheel nuts.

Dodge may have kept the body styling fairly stock looking, but this is no street machine as it is known globally for power, prestige, and ability!

The cockpit of our GTS-R #91 is pure, raw, and gets down to the point. Grip the carbon fiber flat-bottom steering wheel and notice the MoTeC ADL3 advanced dash logger, this system is a fully programmable data logger and control device in one lightweight unit.

Built for speed, the Flat Bottom steering wheel, and dash controls are easy to read, see, as well as reach so you can focus on what is important, speed. Take note of the carbon fiber around you and know that this is an ultra-rare purpose-built racecar.

Full cage, fire suppression, race seating, data logger, lap timer, and radio.


Road America – 1st Place  – 2013

Mosport – 2nd Place – 2013

Long Beach – 3rd Place – 2013

Long Beach – Pole – 2013

Le Mans – 2013 – 8th Place

2012 – Last 4 Races

2013 – Last 9 Races of the Season

2013 – Le Mans

Marc Goosens on driving one of the GTS-R Cars at Le Mans:

The #91 SRT Viper piloted by Marc Goossens turned in a qualifying time of 1:44.506 to claim the GT LeMans (GTLM) class pole position for tomorrow’s Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway. Goossens will be joined by Dominic Farnbacher and Ryan Hunter-Reay for the day-long race with an overall starting position of 24th.

“We had a good run at the end of last year and we’re carrying it over! It’s awesome to be on the pole for the first race of the year. It’s a great way to start the season and a great boost of confidence for the whole team,” said Marc Goossens in an IMSA report. “It’s not the most important thing to be on the pole for a 24-hour race, but it obviously helps. It’s good for Viper, especially with Jonathan third in a very competitive field. It’s great for Viper to be at this level after only a year and a half.”

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