Professional driver+homologation car+Nardo=awesome.
It was great seeing the Unveiling of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS at the Geneva Motor Show, but seeing it parked is only going to tell us so much. We've been waiting to see it on a track, and in the hands of someone who knows what they're doing. So Porsche has put works driver Brendon Hartley behind the wheel of a GT3 RS and sent him out to the Nardo test track to show us what the car can do with its 4.0-liter 500-horsepower flat-six.
There is a fair amount of talking about the car before they actually get to showing it to us, but it's ultimately worth it.