Porsche’s 911 GT3 RS was built to homologate their GT3 Cup racecar. With a modified 3.6-litre 6-cylinder boxer engine producing 324kW at 8000 r/min, intimidating bodywork based on the GT2-class GT3 RSR, upgraded suspension components and bigger brakes, there’s no guessing that the GT3 Cup is built exclusively for racing purposes.
With specifications likes these it goes without saying that the drivers of these cars are no strangers to huge amounts of power and speed. What may come as a surprise though is how some drivers choose to get around once they’ve pulled into pitlane.
Matching their “bigger brothers” in such detail, even down to the wheels, means I’m sure there have been more than a few unofficial race’s off the track during the course of the race season!