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Video: Porsche GT3 Rally Action

Watching a rally and feeling the adrenaline involved in that action is always pleasant. But this time we are talking about something special. It not only about 16 minutes of high quality driving; its not even about the good music on the sound of thePorsche GT3 ’s engine. This time is about a GT3 rally action with a very special ending for the co-driver, a girl that never imagined what the end of the race will bring her: a marriage proposal from her boyfriend, the driver of the car.

The video was shot at the 2010 German Rally championship series. So, sit back, turn up your volume and enjoy! Also have patience until the video ends to see what the girl’s answer was. We can assure you that the video worth every second of the 16 minutes!




11 comments:

haha. A marriage proposal after a race.. wow! that’s sweet. Well, i congratulate them both.

The 911 is about a good driving experience! I think Porsche make their cars
better and better with each evolution.

This is a testament to the durability and versatility of the 911. I don’t think we will ever see a Ferrari on a rally course like this, let alone any other supercar brand. And, if by some chance we did, what would be the odds of it surviving?

That was the best use of 16 mins!!! Amazing car, and amazing driving. Don’t want to spoil it but they guy proposes at the end.

yes it’s true but for sure they de-tuned this car due to FIA Regulations and if not this car is keeps on winning due to speed and power.

totally agree, porsche is specially built for smooth roads and tarmacs. rallying is not in is blood. but since its an awd maybe there is an exceptional with it.

besides the price of the porsche is kinda higher than the usual rally cars like evo and subaru so it really a big ouch when you’re going to drive this in dirt.

I’ve never seen a modern Porsche leave the ground without crashing before. They really should rally Porsches more. It looks a bit squirrelly on a couple corners, but hey, that’s just part of the fun!

Never understood why those people are so close to the moving cars. I see that they feel different, however so many accidents have happened, and I’m wondering until when this practice will be accepted by the organizers. smiley Probably they want a huge disaster so they can wake up!

This is a testament to the durability and versatility of the 911. I don’t think we will ever see a Ferrari on a rally course like this, let alone any other supercar brand. And, if by some chance we did, what would be the odds of it surviving?

There is so much talent in rally, it’s so surprising that more drivers aren’t really famous (unless they cross-over and vice versa from other high profile motorsports)

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