Why Porsche 911 GT3 Owners Are Still Super Pissed Off

So a few Porsche 911 GT3 models caught fire. Porsche agreed to replace nearly 800 engines at no cost to the owners to fix the problem. End of story, right? Not quite, as it turns out GT3 owners are still pissed off because they say Porsche isn't treating everyone the same. » 4/24/14 10:00am 2 minutes ago

What Would You Use One Of The Recalled Porsche 911 GT3 Engines For?

Porsche has taken the extreme step of replacing engines in 911 GT3s after some fires. OK, only two fires were reported in connection with this particular issue, but the problem is serious enough to swap out the whole engine. But there must be some use for almost 800 slightly fire-prone GT3 engines. » 3/17/14 10:00pm 3/17/14 10:00pm

Porsche Will Replace The Engines In Every Single 911 GT3 To Stop Fires

The Porsche 911 GT3 has been in a holding pattern for the last few weeks after a couple cars caught fire. Porsche ordered a stop sale and to stop driving all GT3s until the problem was identified. It has been identified, and now 785 GT3s need new engines. » 3/17/14 4:27pm 3/17/14 4:27pm

455 Porsche 911 GT3s Recalled For Potential Wheel Hub Failure

The wheels-falling-off-of-Porsche 911 GT3 problem we took note of last year appears to have grabbed the attention of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Beginning this month, 455 2010 911 GT3s will be recalled for a rear wheel hub defect that could cause rear wheel hub failure and, potentially, crashes. » 12/17/12 3:40pm 12/17/12 3:40pm

BMW M3 GTS Vs. Porsche GT3 RS 4.0 Vs. Mercedes C63 AMG Black: Which Is …

The BMW M3 GTS has a great engine and amazing chassis dynamics, the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black has a wickedly charismatic V8 and quick-acting autobox. Both are lighter than their downmarket counterparts and sport huge premium price tags. But can they compete with the Porsche GT3 RS 4.0 on road and track? » 5/02/12 3:30pm 5/02/12 3:30pm