Video: Porsche 911 GT3 showcases rallying prowess

When you own a Porsche GT3, you’ve probably had that dream of racing it up and down dirt roads, rally style. Of course, you’d probably never do it out of fear that your beloved GT3 gets dinged up beyond repair.

But just because you won’t do it to your own GT3, doesn’t mean you can’t watch others to it theirs. In this highly-entertaining eight-minute video, you can watch a host of Porsche GT3 rally cars drifting on dirt roads and flying all over the place.

Trust us, if you had to make good use of eight minutes of your life, we strongly recommend that you watch this video. Just remember that once you’re done, we hope you don’t get a tad overboard and try stunts on your GT3.


Source: YouTube

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  (939) posted on 02.15.2010

@ rielle_brown - well i think they have a lot of money to spare.. but IMO the 911 is 2-3x more expensive than the tuner cars like evo and sti. oh i guess germans wont hold back in rally.

  (780) posted on 01.11.2010

I don’t know if I will be amazed on the performance including the drifting and the ramping or scared to see a 911 GT3 on a critical situation by means of the unavoidable accidents on and off the road but I know that it’s not included on this video where it features how good a GT3 on a Rally race.

  (859) posted on 01.4.2010

dang... a 911 gt3 for rally? I guess their team has a lot of money to spent, we all know that rally races are very though and pain staking to the cars, so why would you use a 911 for dirt? leave it to the Japanese rally cars like Subaru, and Mitsubishi etc.

  (780) posted on 12.20.2009

Honestly speaking, If I have a Porsche 911, I will not prefer to try stunt moves and join a rally race because it’s one of the precious baby stallion for me. Maybe I’m scared on what will happen if I’m going to try that. By the way, it’s a good video.

  (571) posted on 12.20.2009

I think Porsche is not design for rallying, and also not a good choice for dirt race.. Tuner car is the best in rally because it’s light and more stable.

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