OSRAM Opto Semiconductors & Porsche Motorsport

Safety and efficiency in lighting - from racing to the road

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors & Porsche Motorsport

The cooperation with the Porsche Motorsport GT Team is a real success story.

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Category: Automotive
Location: Regensburg, Germany
Technology/Services: LED components
Year: 2018




With the current Porsche 911 RSR the team has won the legendary 24h of Le Mans in the GTLM PRO class: The two top places on the podium went to the up to 510 hp strong racers from Zuffenhausen. OSRAM Opto Semiconductors equips the cars with extremely efficient and safe LEDs and thus contributes to the race success. And on August 19th we will continue with the 6 Hours of Silverstone.

From racing to the road

From racing to the road

Porsche tests the technology of future production vehicles where the conditions are toughest and emotions reach their peak: on the race track. And this is exactly where our most innovative products are used for the first time. With every race we learn - to perfect our products. And to bring the best of racing into series production.

To the innovations
6 Hours of Silverstone

6 Hours of Silverstone

In the heart of England, Porsche Motorsport and OSRAM Opto Semiconductors will once again demonstrate their skills on August 19th. The 911 RSR, which is used in the WEC, chases the track for 6 hours: a real battle for man and machine - and a wonderful motorsport spectacle for the spectators. For some people the "Flat 6 Sound" is the most beautiful music in the world...

6 Hours of Silverstone
The 911 RSR in focus

The 911 RSR in focus

Engine: Water-cooled six-cylinder boxer

Cubic capacity. 4.000 cm

Power: approx. 375 kW (510 PS) depending on the restrictor

Transmission: Sequential 6-speed claw transmission

Weight: approx. 1,243 kg (basic weight per regulation)

The "Pink Pig“ is back

The "Pink Pig“ is back

This year Porsche celebrates 70 years of sports cars and celebrates the legends of the past: with a 911 RSR in the historical pink foiling of the Porsche 917/20, also affectionately called, Pink Pig“, "Dicke Berta" or simply "Sau".

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