Can The Porsche Cayman GTS Beat The Original 911 GT3 On The Track?

People talk way more smack about the 996 generation of Porsche 911 than they should. Sure, it's kind of ugly. And large. And it represented the biggest break from tradition the brand has ever seen. But it could certainly perform, especially in 911 GT3 guise. The question is: Can the new Porsche Cayman GTS do it better? » 7/09/14 2:20pm 7/09/14 2:20pm

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

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

Eight minutes of Porsche 911 GT3 rally car goodness

Continuing a tradition as old as the 911 itself, the ass-engined slot cars of fascist origins continue to enter rally races, now in GT3 form. With no ride height, huge wings and and engines in entirely the wrong place, they look entirely out of place doing so. But that serves merely to emphasize their awesomeness. » 12/26/11 12:00pm 12/26/11 12:00pm