Dodge Viper GTS-R 2000 posters

Dodge Viper GTS-R

Team Viper engineers were able to extract an impressive 700 hp from the normally 450 hp second generation 8.0 L V10 engine with just production engine components such as the block, cylinder heads, and crankshaft. Paul Brown of Reynard Motorsport's Special Projects Division was the chief engineer for the chassis re-engineering and replaced most of the Roadcar components including its heavy tubular steel structure and fibreglass with lighter carbon fibre components. The Viper GTS-R made their competition debut in 1996 with Canaska Racing in the 24 Hours of Daytona and Team Viper (who then switched services to Oreca) followed it up with a tenth overall finish in its first run for glory at 24 Hours of Le Mans. The subsequent year, in the GT2 class, the GTS-R completely dominated, becoming five-time champions in the FIA GT Championship between 1997 and 2002. Oreca shifted to the prototype class in 2000 while customer Vipers continued to remain the most competitive in the series. In 1998, Team Viper returned to Le Mans to set new track records in practice and eventually, won the class with the American car becoming the first to win at Le Mans in three decades, and the first-ever production-based American car to secure the top spot. Additionally, 100 street versions of the Viper GTS-R were produced that offered 460 hp (343 kW) and 500 ft·lbf (67 N·m) of torque.

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