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Driven by the Love of the Drive
December 6, 2010Posted by on
I’ll be completly honest, the GT2-RS is a car I never really cared for. There’s just TOO many 911 variants, and this one is right around the middle of my personal ranking of them, the GT3 and GT3-RS are my top two (in no particular order), call me a purist I guess.
That being said, I can appreciate a well made car, being flogged around a well-made track in a very well-made video (even if said video is essentially a glorified commercial…). And an authentic Scottish accent doesn’t hurt. If you like cars, and/or Scottish accents, check the vid out! I’d still choose an R8 over the GT2-RS, performance differences be damned, but that’s not the point of this post, now is it?