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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

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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