Porsche 993 GT2 Before & After Terrible Crash !
I recorder this extreme 993 GT2 (Converted bij NUR motorsport) on track
(Nürburgring). An hour later i saw him with some severe damage. I hope you
like this video. Please rate, comment and subscribe if you like to ;) !
Daytona High Speed Crash - Porsche GT3
A Porsche GT3 crashes at Daytona International Speedway following a rear
right tire blowout at 150+ MPH coming out of NASCAR Turn #4. Car
immediately veered out of control and crashed into inside wall with massive
damage. The Sparco racing seats, Schroth harnesses, Hans device and helmet
contributed to my walking away with minor injuries. Incident occurred at
PBOC HPDE October 2012.
Here's what happened:
Coming out of NASCAR turn #4 (the same turn that that took Dale Earnhardt's
life), I was accelerating past 150 MPH when I felt a shudder in the rear of
the car followed by an immediate strong bumping / vibration throughout the
car. While I immediately lifted from the accelerator, the blowout of my
right rear tire (Hoosier R6's) caused the car to immediately veer to the
left (just after passing one car and just prior to reaching a second car).
As the car headed towards the inside wall, it was in an out of control
spin. After making one complete spin, the car crashed into the inside wall
on the front left corner of the car and then ricocheted back against the
wall on the rear left corner of the car -- spinning around a couple more
times before coming to a stop.
2014 Porsche 911 GT3 & Walter Röhrl! Plus Super Snake and Aventador! WOT Ep. 82
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SharkWerks 2011 Porsche 997 GT3 RS - Jay Leno's Garage
SharkWerks 2011 Porsche 997 GT3 RS. This SharkWerks 2011 Porsche 997 GT3 RS
proves how these Bay Area garagistas push their Porsches to the next level.
Could it be the most outrageous GT3 in the States?
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2013 Porsche 911 GT3 tested by www.autocar.co.uk
Steve Sutcliffe reviews the 2013 Porsche 911 GT3. Could the 991 GT3 be the
world's best sports car?
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The 2013 Porsche 911 GT3 represents the zenith of the all-new 991 line-up,
with its 3.8-litre delivering its 468bhp at a scintillating 8,250rpm. But,
the 2013 GT3 is not without controversy. For a start, it's bigger and
heavier than the 997 GT3, tipping the scales at 1,430kg. But that hasn't
set the forums alight like the news there's no manual gearbox, even as an
option. Does the more civilised GT3 still represent motoring nirvana?
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Pikes Peak 2010 - Porsche GT3 Cup In-Car
Pikes Peak International Hillclimb 2010 - Jeff Zwart in-car camera.
Driver Jeff Zwart in a Porsche GT3 Cup runs Pikes Peak and sets a new
record for the Time Attack 2WD class - 11:31.095 - taking the Pikes Peak
Time Attack championship for 2010.
Knox Mountain Hill Climb 1969
Knox Mountain Hill Climb 1969 - From deep in the archives and Brian
Elliott's 3/4" U-matic collection comes a piece of motor-sports history.
Almost all of the 1969 Knox Mountain Hill Climb in Kelowna, BC. Possibly
originally shown on Wide World of Sports. Look for a Chaparral, a Brabham
BT16, early BMW 2002, Mini Coopers and more.
Please forgive the rough quality, given it's more than 40 years old, its
Insane Highway Driving In A Porsche 977 GT3
This dude drives his Porsche 977 GT3 at very high speeds on the highway
through traffic, some of the maneuvers he does are terrifying.
Fu french government and its road repression !! Live Free and Drive Hard
Porsche 911 GT3 vs Aston Martin V12 Vantage S on track
We test the new 991-generation Porsche 911 GT3 against the Aston Martin V12
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There are few things more evocative than a V12 sports car, but they are
becoming rarer and rarer. Fortunately, Aston Martin has stayed true to its
heritage and still makes 12-cylinder cars.
The fastest one is the Aston Martin V12 Vantage S, which is now fitted with
a new Sportshift gearbox and adaptive damping for the first time. The
engine's been tuned as well- and it's the fastest production car Aston has
But how does it fare against arguably the most focused track-based sports
car money can buy: the Porsche 911 GT3?
To find out we took the new 991 GT3 to take on the Aston Martin in an Auto
Express video track battle.
Now into its 3rd generation ever since its launch in 1999, the GT3 has been
the benchmark for handling precision. The new 991 generation has 469bhp and
440Nm or torque from its 3.8-litre flat-six engine. For the first time it
comes equipped with a PDK dual-clutch gearbox.
The Aston Martin V12 Vantage S squeezes Aston's biggest engine into their
smallest and most focused sports car. With 565bhp and 620 Nm of torque, the
V12 produces more power than the Porsche, but the Aston weighs 235kg more
than the lightweight 911 - and for the first time, the V12 comes equipped
with Aston's Sportshift automated manual gearbox.
With soaking wet tarmac and near-freezing temperatures the cars faced the
toughest of challenges - but which one came out on top?
Well, the new 911 GT3 exceeded our expectations. The engine is astonishing,
the chassis is equally capable and the PDK gearbox has been improved and
it's perfectly suited to this type of car.
The Aston is great too - the V12 engine is packed with character and it has
a playful chassis. There's also no doubting how stunning it looks, but
against the stopwatch in wet conditions, the Porsche was 1.5 seconds a lap
quicker - and in our dry practice laps it was a full 4 seconds faster than the Aston Martin.
There really isn't any loser here. We're glad that both of these sports
cars exist and it's been a privilege to drive them.