It achieved a sub-7 minute time
The Porsche 911 GT3 RS has lapped the Nurburgring in 6m 56.4s. If that doesn't mean anything, allow us to add context. The time makes it one of the world's fastest production cars to blitz one of the world'
The fastest and greenest GT3 RS ever
1) There's more power.Of course there's more power. But this is a Porsche RS, so we're talking incremental here. It wouldn't do that the standard GT3 matches the 500-odd horsepower output of the old GT3 RS,
It’s hard to walk out unscathed
You might have heard about the new mall in Pasig, Ayala Malls The 30th. It's a small building, especially compared to the *ahem* mega malls in the area, but it's quaint and well-designed. Everything you need is here: dining
This is the ultimate Lego car
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. If you're a car lover, chances are you're also a fan of Lego. The world's favorite toy allows kids and kids-
Just look at that mean appearance
Only a few short months after Porsche revealed the track-ready yet road-legal 911 GT3 RS production sports car, the German carmaker has now unveiled the customer race car version for the various GT3 series around the world: the 911 GT3
Few cars are better in circuit driving
Porsche has just announced the world premiere of the ultra-desirable 911 GT3 RS. Anyone who knows his cars should be aware that this headline is nothing to scoff at. That's because this popular Porsche variant practically blurs the line between
Making it more endurance-friendly
With over 2,200 units sold, Porsche is proud to say that its 911 GT3 Cup race car is undisputedly the top choice of customer racing teams all over the world. For the 2012 and 2013 race seasons, Porsche updated the car
What happened to good ol' German reliability?
Porsches are known to be reliable--so reliable that a recall of one of its products is a very, very rare occurrence. So when Porsche announced that it is recalling close to 2,000 units of its high performance models, you can
Check out the GT3 RS 4.0
Porsche can't seem to stop producing variants of its 911 as the German carmaker recently launched not just another variant of its flagship nameplate but a limited-edition, more powerful version of its GT3 RS.The 911 GT3 RS 4.0
(Updated) You won't need a garage for this one. You'll just want to keep driving it.<br />
Developed as a lightweight, track-ready version of the 911, the new GT3 RS builds on the qualities its predecessors are known for, complete with an upgraded body and suspension components that packs more engine power with shorter transmission ratios. The 911
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