Motor racing legend Dieter Quester will run his final long-distance race at the 24 hours race of historic vehicles from November 7th to 11th in Daytona.

The 79-year-old Austrian has been in motorsport for more than 50 years and pioneered the Red Bull car presence in the US. This makes him not only an "old hand" in motorsport, but the one with the longest racing career ever. After more than 1000 race events driven and various world records, Quester wants to crown his once-in-a-lifetime career with one last long-distance race in the US. There he competes with a Porsche 996 GT3 Cup, the basis of which is the legendary 911 GT3. The 996 GT3 Cup comes with a sequential multi point injection as well as racing exhaust and final silencer with central double tube. Its bolide is powered by a 6-cylinder boxer engine, which brings a whopping 380 hp and 380 Nm maximum torque to the racetrack with a displacement of more than 3.5 litres. At 7000 U/min, the Porsche reaches its maximum performance. RAVENOL supplies the racing car with racing products "Made in Germany" during the 24-hour race. The engine uses the RAVENOL SSL SAE 0W-40 racing engine oil with new USVO technology, while the RAVENOL Racing Gearoil is used in the 6-speed manual transmission. In addition, the RAVENOL Racing Break Fluid R325+ is used for optimal braking performance, which has been specially developed for racing and extreme stress.

He relies on the products and hopes to get a place at the "Victory Lane” to say a proper goodbye to Daytona and his unique career.

RAVENOL wishes you every success!

Website: Information about the track in Daytona, USA