Front Viper GT3-R


The Dodge Viper SRT® GT3-R is the direct descendent of the high performance GTS-R GTE class racer campaigned by SRT Motorsports in the 2013 24 Hours of Le Mans and the American Le Mans Series. Virtually all of the technology developed by the Chrysler Group for the factory GTS-Rs for engine, chassis, suspension, electronics and aerodynamics is infused into every Viper GT3-R. All of it. It’s your chance to get the knowledge of a factory race program in a 200 mph* striped package. The Viper GT3-R builds upon the success of the GTS-R. The chassis has been equipped with a highly efficient aerodynamic package to optimize handling. Further racing enhancements include an Xtrac six-speed sequential transmission with paddle shifters, six-piston front brake calipers with four-piston rears, lightweight wheels and a multi-disc race clutch to help extract maximum performance from the V-10 engine.

*Top speed dependent on vehicle configuration.

Showcase Viper GT3-R

Who Will Win?

Winning in motor racing is achieved through hard work, dedication and using the best tools available. The SRT® Viper GT3-R offers the chance to experience all of the Viper engineering and technology developed over years of international road racing. It offers a chance to be a part of the Viper legacy. The GT3-R is designed for the private racer who has the determination to win on an international level, but who desires to be competitive at a competitive price. In addition to eligibility for competition in GT3 championships worldwide, the GT3-R is ready for the United SportsCar Series GT Daytona, Pirelli World Challenge GT class, NARRA, SCCA and other GT categories. Pick your series, pick your goal, and get there with the Viper GT3-R.

Racing Partners

The Viper GT3-R is a collaborative race car created by SRT Engineers and Riley Technologies in Mooresville, North Carolina. Riley Technologies specializes in the design, manufacture and support of winning race cars. Riley has built technologically advanced and dominant race cars from Daytona prototype endurance cars to GT competition cars. Their resume includes multiple U.S. endurance championships, race wins – including overall winner of the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona the past nine years – and multiple GT championships.

Viper GT3-R Technical Specifications


Vehicle Type Single-seat Grand Touring race car
Major Optional Equipment Data system upgrades
race series-specific packages
spare parts package
night race kit
cockpit air conditioning
Competition Eligibility FIA GT3
United SportsCar Racing GT Daytona
Pirelli World Challenge GT
Availability 4th Quarter 2013
Pricing (USD, est.) $459,000


Transmission Xtrac 427D 6-speed paddle shift
Clutch Multi-disc race clutch
Differential Mechanical ramp/plate-style


Type 90-degree V-10 OHV; liquid cooled; odd firing
Engine Management Coil near plug
sequential multi-point port injection
dual electronic throttle control
Engine Oil System Dry sump
Displacement 8383 cc/512 CID
Valve Gear 2 pushrod-actuated overhead valves per cylinder with roller-type hydraulic lifters
Horsepower (SAE net) 680 bhp/507 kW @ 6200 rpm (est, unrestricted)
Torque (SAE net) 640 lb.-ft./868 N•m @ 5100 rpm (est, unrestricted)
Features Forged pistons with full-floating pins
sodium-filled exhaust valves
hollow intake valves
exhaust-only variable valve timing


Empty Weight 1295 kg (2855 lbs.)
Weight Distribution (F/R) 49/51
Wheelbase 2504 mm (98.6 in.)
Track (F/R) 1741 mm/1716 mm (68.5 in/67.6 in.)
Length 4540 mm (178.7 in.)
Width Body: 2050 mm (80.7 in.)
Mirrors: 2068 mm (81.4 in.)
Height 1160 mm (at 55 mm ride height)
45.7 in. (at 2.2 in. ride height)
Fuel Capacity 110 L
Fuel Requirement E10 unleaded racing fuel

Interior Equipment

Seat FIA homologated racing seat
Restraints 6-point safety harness
Driver cooling Dependent on optional equipment selected
Optional drink system


Body panels Carbon Fiber/Kevlar/Fiberglass
Aerodynamic Package GTS-R-based body design
front dive planes
front splitter
fender louvers
adjustable rear wing
flat bottom
rear diffuser


Steering Hydraulic rack and pinion
Suspension Independent double wishbone front and rear
conventionally-mounted coil-over springs
crew-adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars
4-way adjustable dampers
Brakes 380 mm front rotors with 6-piston calipers
330 mm rear rotors with 4-piston calipers
Floating master cylinders with driver-adjustable brake bias
Wheel Type Forged monoblock wheels standard
Tire Size (F/R) 30/68-18 front / 31/71-18 rear
Features FIA homologated roll cage
pneumatic jack system
on-board fire suppression system
European Contact
Contact: Michel Mac Burnie
Tel 33.494.301.846
Mobile 33.683.33.89.25
Fax 33.494.079.159
North American Contact Contact: Tom Francis
Tel 1.704.782.1765
Mobile 1.704.957.9384
Fax 1.704.723.4831

Specifications and photographs are preliminary and subject to change without notice. This vehicle is not street legal.