Porsche 911 SC RS
The Porsche 911 SC RS was developed by the company to become a member of the group B, with its sole intention to be able to participate in rally driving. Shedding as much weight as possible, it took the rear wing from the 930 and pushed 255 horsepower to reach the same top speed. This particular version was driven by the Belga Team in 1985 at the start of the 24 Hours of Ieper. Behind the wheel of Stuttgart's stupendous car, Robert Droogmans and Ronny Joosten managed to make it to the final three, ending the race in third place.