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Construction of the new Zimmermann-Porsche is in progress

The new project of Zimmermann and partner Mathol Racing is currently progressing rapidly and is nearing completion. The rollout is expected to take place in a week. After the Porsche Cayman (model 718) had returned from Münster with the safety cage installed by Raceparts CC, further work on the racing car began immediately. The interior was painted and the previously removed body parts were reattached.

The new Cayman belongs to the VLN production cars according to the regulations of the long-distance championship. These vehicles, which are close to series production, are granted only limited technical freedom. Modifications are possible in the chassis area, so the Zimmermann-Cayman has a KW chassis. The safety devices are prescribed, and the braking system must also comply with the standard of series. This is of course where Zimmermann components, brake discs and pads are used. The motors remain untouched compared to the standard models.

Afterwards the outer embellishment of the Cayman began. The vehicle was refined with prepared foils in the Zimmermann design. A first rollout is already planned for Friday, September 6, at the Nürburgring-Nordschleife.

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