The recently-unveiled 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 has certainly proven to be a controversial car. Its lack of a manual transmission and inclusion of electric steering have made some people question whether it's the real deal or some kind of poser car. But if this video from Porsche is any indicator, we have nothing to be…
It's hard to tell if the motorsports swag center-lock wheel came off this Porsche 911 GT3 RS 3.8 before it crashed out on the 'Ring, or because of it. When the wheel is flying at you while you film from the sidelines, it's not really important.
Meet Patrick Long, factory-backed Porsche driver in the America Le Mans Series. Here is his daily commute, around Alabama's Barber Motorsports Park, in his personal 911 GT3 RS 4.0. Because you didn't envy him enough already.
When life hands you lemons, make lemonade. When life hands you rain on your track day, do as these Scandinavian enthusiasts did and make it a drift day.
A poster over at the Houston-Imports forum put up these photos of a severely wrecked new Porsche 911 GT3 RS with the line "Need to learn how to drive it.....especially in the combat zone of the Woodlands, TX." Who can make jokes at a time like this?
A Porsche GT3 with an automanual transmission? There go those winds of change blowing again. A Rennlist member who's spoken with a Porsche higher-up says the next GT3 will get Porsche's dual-clutch PDK transmission. The consolation prize is 480 horsepower.
The (possible) owner of this Porsche 911 GT3 grabs a smoke break before hitting the Nürburgring. Did he leave Idaho or did they kick him out? [More ring pics at: Speed:Sport:Life]
We continue to want to marry "Queen Of The 'Ring" Sabine Schmitz, especially after this video of her slamming someone's Porsche 911 GT3 around the Nurburgring then nearly slamming it into a wall, only to pull off an incredible save.
If you're lucky enough to own a GT3, chances are you'll own a workhorse like a Range Rover to haul your gear. Not this guy. Consolidation! At least he's hauling tires and tools. Update: the car's owner revealed!
Crashing a Porsche 911 GT3 RS is very bad. Crashing one into a fuel pump and not having the whole thing blow up is very bad and very lucky. Unless it was a BP protest. Then, it failed miserably.
Rally driver, Road & Track photographer, and Porsche freak extraordinaire Jeff Zwart drove a 911 GT3 Cup road-race car up Pikes Peak last month. Is oppo-filled, high-res Porsche dirt video proof that Zwart is The Man? Yes, yes it is.
Porsche knows its customers are mostly overpaid, insecure idiots willing to fork over as much as they're asked. "Uhh... yeah, $1,700 for a lithium-ion starter battery sounds right." Even better, you'll still need a lead-acid battery for winter. [MotorAuthority]
We got a chance to show you a couple pictures of the 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 this morning, but now the cat's fully out of the bag along with some great track footage below.
Whenever we'd mention it was 4:20 pm or give someone $4.20 in change our high school friends would giggle like crazy. We never understood it until now. Apparently, our friends were prescient enough to guess that the 2008 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup racer was going to get 20 more horsepower out of its 3.6-liter boxer six, thus…