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The Porsche 962 was a sport-prototype racing car, designed to replace the Porsche 956, to race the WSC Group C and Americans IMSA competitions. The main difference from the 956 model was the chassis, modified according to changed FIA safety rules.
The Group C racer from Porsche was one of the most successful racing cars ever. This car raced at Le Mans in 1991 in the classic livery of sponsor Repsol driven to 10th place by Oscar Larrauri, Jésus Pareja and Walter Brun.