It was a GT3RS. :burnout:It was written on the side and had the larger wing. I edited my original post.And the GT3 was a GT3RS based on the paintscheme... I guess it could also be a case of not pushing it
Totally agree. It's also a case of the other drivers not pushing it ....especially the GT3RS. My takeaway is that a good driver can over come other deficits to win.As much as I am a 981 fan that's clearly a case of a better driver rather than a better car.
After being amused by this gif and watching it about 10 times, I caught myself doing the same thing.....Seriously...watch it 10 times and you will unconsciously start doing it. lolI should have said "... better driver rather than a faster car".
That said, I will acknowledge your point and offer this:
You think? I tracked both a 997 GT3 and 981 Cayman S, and there's such a huge performance difference between the cars, that any GT3 owner with a competition license should easily run faster laps than a Porsche factory driver in a 981S. It wouldn't be close. When you have a track dedicated car that weighs just a little more than a car set up primarily for the street, and you have almost 100 extra HP, it won't be a contest. On the other hand if you have some guy with lots of money who has never bothered to enroll in a performance driving school and wets his pants at the first sign of over or under steer, than I suppose anything is possible.And the GT3 was a GT3RS based on the paintscheme... I guess it could also be a case of not pushing it