Enjoy The Ride: 2 Porsche 918 Spyders Pushed To The Limits At COTA

Supercar

Does it get any better?

Being a Porsche Factory Driver has a lot of perks, the main one being getting to drive some of the best cars in the world, like the Porsche 918 Spyder. Race car drivers are known for being able to extract every ounce of performance from a car and these two Porsche drivers look like they’re having a lot of fun lettings these hypercars run free. The camera car rides along with Patrick Long as he chases down Timo Gluck, who also happens to be in a hypercar.

There’s something highly satisfying about watching the hypercar being pushed around one of America’s most difficult tracks. The soundtrack from two 4.6-liter V8s isn’t too bad either.

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