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Achieving nirvana in the new Porsche 911

In any gear, at almost any speed, this car lets rip with a force that few other vehicles can equal, writes Dave Humphreys

6th May, 2018
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It can’t have been easy when the call came down the line to update and improve upon what had already been achieved by the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. The 991-era car was a blisteringly fast road-legal racer, as spectacular in appearance as it was in pace.

Regardless, the ever-enthusiastic and focused engineers at Porsche set about examining every aspect of the stripped-out sports car in search of making improvements. With the 991.2-generation (as it’s...

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