Nothing can beat slow moving weekday blues like a properly executed video in which a thoroughbred race spec car is going all wild and tyre devouring as it eats corner after corner leaving a streak of white smoke cloud. And here we are with an exactly this sort of video for you to get some adrenaline pumping and grin inducing fun. The car in concern here is a bright orange Porsche 911 GT3 Rs that belongs to the times of the 997 generation, Yes! The times when the manuals were still loved and the drivers knew what driving a car was really about.
This particular example of bonkers drifting in a Porsche comes from a certain D. Rawbert’s ho looks pretty pleased and at ease while manhandling his Porsche through each corner as if he stole it and we loved it. That the Porsche 911 GT3 RS which Rawbert is driving is tailor made for such hooliganism is an obvious fact, with a heavy rear and the rear wheels supplied by bucket loads of power everywhere in the rev range, this Porsche promises un-adulterated fun should you choose to go all out mad. Plus, being a manual transmission, this Porsche GT3 RS drift video also has plenty of over-dramatic downshifts going on.
It might not be fair to expect that this Porsche GT3 RS in the video is not modified to give more power than the stock cars 410bhp from its 3.8 liter flat-six engine, for the simple reason that almost all of them get performance upgrades sooner than later. Just like what you can expect from a single-minded race-centric car, this bright orange Porsche 911 GT3 RS is essentially a bare metal thing on four wheels with an exposed roll cage and race spec seats, exactly like what a petrol head’s dream looks like.
Looking closer, this Porsche 911 GT3 RS looks like a fan of faster lap times more than that of the drifting kind, however, it also makes this video a worthy of a great dose of resulting oversteer which is rather satisfying to the eyes. And if that is not all, there is a deliciously angry Mezger flat-six exhaust symphony taking care of the aural gods out there. Watch the video and let us know what you think about it and yes, don’t try this at home.