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GT3 RS 4.0 braking 332 to 0 km/h high speed braking test sport auto Porsche 911

sport auto's Christian Gebhardt in the GT3 RS 4.0 braking from 332 to 0 km/h. This Porsche 911 brakes from 300 to zero faster than the world record car Koenigsegg Agera R. All results of the 2011 sport auto High Speed Performance Test 0-300-0 at: http://www.sportauto-online.de/0-300-0 sport auto-Testredakteur Christian Gebhardt im Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0. Kaum einer bremst aus 300 km/h so schnell wie der GT3 RS 4.0. Mehr über den Extremsportler aus Zuffenhausen in sport auto 12/2011 und auf www.sportauto-online.de. sport auto: Die schnellsten und sportlichsten Autos © copyright by sport auto Christian Gebhardt


 


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