When Porsche started favoring its dual clutch PDK gearbox over traditional manual transmissions in its high-performance RS models, purists everywhere let loose a thin, reedy wail that reached the unanswering clouds. Honestly, though—did you people expect anything different to happen?
Taking the longer route to Le Mans is always worth the trouble, even if you don’t happen to drive a Ferrari 458 Speciale or a Porsche GT3 RS like these two chaps from Evo did.
You can only drive a 911 GT3 RS properly on a public road if you manage to wake up earlier than the people who start bloviating on the radio at 6 AM. But Evo’s latest proves that it’s worth doing for the sound alone.
He makes keeping 500 horsepower together on a track look so easy!
The refreshed 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 RS got caught with its pants completely down and we've got the photos to prove it.
What do you get when you cross two expressive companies like Porsche and Nike? You get a very interesting and very bright pair of Nike Air Max Light sneakers.