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We have often referred to the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS as ‘the worst kept secret in the automotive world’.
What better way to test one of Weissach’s finest creations than with one of their latest young hot shots?
This week, it’s all about the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS. But how does the new Rennsport Porsche fare against the illustrious 997 GT3 RS 4.0, the car that it replaces atop the 911 tree?
“PDK. No thanks. PDK is made purely and solely for those that can’t drive. Porsche has unfortunately sold its soul under VW ownership.” Even before the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS was officially launched the internet comments had begun.
Having had 24 hours to digest all the details of the latest Rennsport 911, here are the first thoughts on the Porsche 991 GT3 RS from those in the know: Lee Sibley – Total 911 Editor The 991 GT3 RS is long overdue but it looks set to be worth the wait.
Total 911 issue 124 has landed and, as ever, it is full to the brim with gorgeous photos of the very best Porsche 911s, from our 991 Turbo v GT3 head-to-head to an in-depth look at the lightweight Porsche 964 Turbo S.
When the GT3 appeared in 1999, there was no RS version. This turned out to be as much a question of timing as anything else, but it did leave enthusiasts wondering whether the original lightweight concept had disappeared with the demise of air cooling.
You’ve read all about the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS by now and, like us, we’re sure you’re raring to hear that new 4.0-litre flat six engine howling.
Among the new Rennsport hype it may have been easy to forget that today sees Total 911 issue 124 go on sale both in store and online.
The Porsche 991 GT3 RS – the latest addition to Porsche’s 42-year-old Rennsport legacy – has been unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show in Switzerland.
As you may have guessed to day, we’ve started a week-long celebration of all things Rennsport and, as our list of favourite RSs showed earlier, the 993 Carrera RS ranks as one of the best of the breed.
The waiting is nearly over. The Porsche 991 GT3 RS release is nearly upon us. However, until then, we will have to be satisfied looking over the Rennsport history books and the delectable collection of metal they contain.
The time has come to say goodbye to the Porsche Cayman GTS; I’ve lost count of the number of times this mid-engined wonder from Zuffenhausen has made me smile.
Great roads should have superb scenery, a stunning destination and, most importantly, some testing tarmac on which to test your Porsche.
Much of my week with the Porsche Cayman GTS is now behind me and it’s fair to say I’ve been putting in as many miles as possible, even taking a day’s holiday to get behind the wheel of Zuffenhausen’s 981 range-topper.
Rennsport: that fabled and oh-so evocative Porsche moniker that conjures up a heady assemblage of unrelenting, motorsport-derived excitement at the wheel of a sportscar.
It’s been a while since our Total 911 spies have spotted any Porsche 911 test mules out and about. However, the wait is over and they have come up with some gold.
This is no ordinary Porsche 964 Carrera RS. As you can read in full in issue 123, this particular car features the 3.8-litre flat six from the back of a 993 RS.
It is often overlooked that 1992 was a significant year for Porsche. While many may instead highlight a year later when the last air-cooled 911 was revealed in the 993, 1992 was the final year of the 964, which brought with it the return of a revered moniker: the RS.
With £55,397 in your bank, there are a number of interesting Porsche 911s within your budget. From classic icons such as the 3.2 Carrera to more modern heroes like the 997 Carrera 4S Gen2s (and even a 997 Turbo with Porsche warranty), there are a wealth of second-hand Porsches available sub £55,000.