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New Zimmermann-Porsche Cayman

Zimmermann and partner Mathol Racing are currently working on a new project for the upcoming year. A Porsche Cayman (model 718) is currently being prepared for the class V3T and is scheduled to start in the VLN Nürburgring endurance championship for the first test drives this season. The presentation of the new Zimmermann-Cayman is planned for the Zimmermann-Trackday (17 September) at the Hockenheimring. Unlike the new car, the current Zimmermann-Porsche Cayman S (model 981) starts in the class V6. This vehicle has a six-cylinder boxer engine that produces more than 300 hp. The new Cayman model, on the other hand, has a four-cylinder turbo engine, with a power output of more than 300 hp. The Zimmermann-Cayman is therefore used in the class V3T. The production car was delivered in July and brought to the Mathol Racing hall for final race preparations. The Cayman was completely dismantled, and the raw body was then transported to a specialist for installation of the safety cage. After completion, the rebuilding of the Zimmermann-Cayman will begin in the next few weeks, getting ready for its first race!

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