With a car as fast as the Porsche 911 GT3, there are bound to be comparisons and competitions against the best of the world. And why wouldn't there be? The GT3 is the lightweight track ready version of the already proven and fast 911. But with every generation of 911 comes significant improvements and when the GT3 was first introduced back in 1999, it too has undergone several enhancements.
It has zero lift aerodynamics, meaning the GT3 creates only aerodynamic downforce but no lift, which pulls upwards and away from the road surface and affects overall grip. In addition, it has an electronically adjustable suspension system which can adapt to various track conditions. With all of this hi-tech German engineering onboard, it makes you wonder how on earth the engineering guys over at Ferrari can match it. In other words, the engineering bar continues to rise.