911 vs. Corvette: The Track Test You've Been Waiting For

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Prepare to not have this debate settled at all.

For a European sports car, the Porsche 911 has always been exceptionally popular in the US. It is as much a staple of the sports car market here as it is in its home country. As such, it's only natural that it would develop a massive rivalry with America’s most popular home-grown sports car, the Chevrolet Corvette. The two cars, and their bands of loyal followers, have been butting heads for years, and with both a new 911 and a new Corvette this hasn’t slowed one bit.

Edmunds has taken it upon themselves to test both cars on the track, and after decades of rivalry, the performance figures are closer than ever. Let the arguments begin...now.

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