Available for auction is "The Masterpiece GT3R Rennsport" by artist DCart. The artist states countless hours of work and ideas went into this absolutely unique piece. A painting that is second to none - worldwide! The polyptych painting, a multi-part work of art, consists of a total of 6 individual paintings that together form one. The 6 paintings individually measure an impressive 31 1/2” x 31 1/2” x 1” (80cm x 80cm x 2cm) and has a total dimension of 95” x 63” x 1” (240cm x 160 cm x 2cm). The painting depicts the legendary, rare, and exclusive Porsche 992 GT3R Rennsport at its original dimensions, a truly impressively sized piece. This new masterpiece from Weissach, the home of Porsche Motorsport, will make a great addition to any room or collection.
Thanks to the monochrome technique that was implemented on the premium screens, we now come to the second highlight. The brake light of the GT3R rennsport was refined from real original 24k gold. But that's not all: the original PORSCHE lettering on the GT3R rennsport was ordered from Porsche Motorsport in Weissach, refined by the artist with real 24k gold, and applied to the car. The GT3R rennsport has not only the original dimensions on the artwork, but also the original Porsche lettering of the GT3R rennsport. All in all, a real masterpiece. Unfortunately, pictures can only minimally convey the effect of a work of art - in real life, this work of art is really amazing in terms of its effect. It delights every art fan, Porsche enthusiast and motorsport lover.
The 24k gold is made in Italy from manufacturer Manetti. Giusto Manetti Battiloro is one of the world's leading manufacturers of gold leaf. An individual certificate is made for each work of art. In these certificates of authenticity, all details about the work of art are listed.
The 911 GT3 R rennsport with a power output of up to 620 PS is based on the new 911 GT3 R of the current 992 generation. The limited-edition tracktool is the result of a design-oriented approach and benefits technically from the freedoms that go beyond motorsport regulations. One of the special features of this unique collector’s item, which is limited to 77 units, is the distinctively designed body. The Porsche 911 GT3 R rennsport combines the powerful appearance of a high-performance competition car with modern design elements. At the same time, it hails back to the sports car manufacturer's motorsport history without drifting into a retro look. The huge rear wing is the dominant component facing the airflow. Its design is reminiscent of that of the legendary Brumos Porsche 935/77, with which the American Peter Gregg, together with the Dutchman Toine Hezemans and the German Rolf Stommelen, took the seventh overall victory for a Porsche at the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1978. In principle, the 911 GT3 R rennsport is based on Porsche's current GT3 racing car. Compared with the 911 GT3 R of the 992 generation, however, the limited edition model goes beyond the strict requirements of motorsport homologation or restrictions imposed by a "Balance of Performance" (BoP). The development team supporting Dr.-Ing. Andreas Singer has converted these additional freedoms into an even more emotional circuit car with numerous technical refinements. It combines more engine power with reduced weight and a spectacular design with an awesome sound similar to that of the 911 RSR. The result is probably the hottest track tool Porsche has ever made available as a collector’s' item. The 4.2-litre six-cylinder boxer engine of the 911 GT3 R, a power unit that revs up to 9,400 rpm, benefits in particular from the removal of the restrictions imposed by the regulations: it achieves a power peak of up to 456 kW (620 PS). This corresponds to a power output of as much as 148 hp per litre of displacement – most probably a record for a naturally aspirated engine of a GT racing car.
Behind the synonym DCart is Christopher Draeger, born in the 1980s in Friedrichshafen, Germany at Lake Constance. Due to the early entry into active motorsport and stations at the renowned German car magazine "auto motor und sport" and Porsche, there is more than enough petrol in his head. But since early childhood, art and creative work have been the second great passion in his life. Thanks to his mother, a studied art teacher, professionalism came more and more into his work, which now includes several hundred individual pieces and inspires sports car and motorsport fans worldwide. Customers now include the Arabian royal family, Porsche 918 customers, and Mercedes 300SL Gullwing owners, as well as customers on all continents of the world.
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