Well sort of. Took my 991 to the Porsche Experience Centre at Silverstone to have a run round the big track with one of their instructors. Not done that before, and it was a bit like a track day as there were many random people out there driving all sorts of stuff. Now there has been some conjecture on this site, supported by videos, that the 981 is a far quicker machine round any track than a 911. I am sad to say that I was indeed slower than all the 981s by some considerable margin, I was also slower than the souped up Renault Meganes and GT86s people were learning in. Apart from the long Hanger Straight where I was faster than them all That felt good, for about 5 seconds until it was time to slow down for the corner. It took me several stints and many laps to get the hang of it, interspersed with much tea, but eventually I think I began to understand how to drive the 991. It is quite different to the 987/981, lots of heavy braking into corners, very light front end and enormous corner exit grip. However for all the car's electronic trickery it is quick to start rotating if there's any lack of smoothness transitioning between throttle and braking, especially if you're not pointing straight ahead. I think that's why you see so many 911s being driven so gingerly round tracks. Once it starts to rotate there's a lot of momentum to deal with. Fortunately I didn't spin, but on my own I may well have done. Bit of a handful. The 987 was never like that, it rotated sure but somehow in a way that felt easy to pull back in line. Back on the handling circuit I absolutely couldn't hold a slide in the 991, whereas I could vaguely drift the 987. Anyway it was all good fun and to prove that it is possible to drive a 911 properly the fastest car I saw out there was a 997 GT3 4.0, a very rare beast.