Behind the scenes the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS at the world's greatest road race
Spanning just 572 km², the Isle of Man has been home to the world famous Tourist Trophy since 1907, each year drawing crowds of around 45,000 to watch one of the most fiercely contested events in the global racing calendar. The 60.73 km course pits man and bike against some of the most demanding roads on earth, requiring nerves of steel and an almost unimaginable amount of trust in the wheels beneath each rider.
Little wonder, then, that Porsche has chosen this magical isle for the dynamic debut of the latest version of the 911 GT3 RS. The bikes' attributes over less-than-perfect roads, and the trust they engender in their riders, are qualities shared only with the GT3 RS. Designed to provide constant, detailed feedback to the driver, this Porsche thrives on the historic TT course.
Combined fuel consumption in accordance with EU 6: 911 GT3 RS: 12,8 l/100 km; CO2 emissions: 291 g/km
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|Posted||Apr 29, 2018|