Okay, so Jack has been working on his car since 2000 and the '72 911 is no stock machine. It has the engine from a 993 with 270 horsepower and the enormous brakes off a 1980 Turbo. Plus massive tires and an aero package he cooked up himself. It's also as light as you would expect from a refined old sports car.
Porsche on the other hand jammed four-wheel steering, a 475 hp flat-six that revs to 9,000 and possibly the world's fastest dual-clutch gearbox into the 991's body to create a car that's so fast on the track that it can keep up with cars costing double the money. But what about a competitor from the past?
0.34 seconds. Impressive, but Mr. Olsen will indeed need more to beat the upcoming GT3 RS.