No. It is not. This 911 GT3 Cup has undergone some significant changes, not exclusive to the addition of turbo power. Pikes veteran champion Jeff Zwart ran the car at Pikes Peak in 2013, 2014 and 2015, significantly improving year-on-year with respective times of 10:13.85, 10:01.91 and 9:46.245. 2014 saw the car miss out on glory by under two seconds with fuelling issues strangling power in the final sections. On top form for 2015, the 911 GT3 Cup Turbo is now a tried and proven formula for hillclimb pace.
The custom built twin-turbo flat-six as it stand now puts a reliable and consistent 800bhp to the wheels through a transmission geared application. The engine itself is capable of a much greater maximum output, but due to the complications of feeding air in at high altitudes, the engine is electronically configured for consistent performance, producing all 800 from 9,000ft all the way up to the 14,200ft summit. Suspension goes unchanged from the already fantastically capable and ultimately configurable GT3 Cup setup.