Narrow up hill roads with hardly any run offs that are often greeted with cars that are tremendously overpowered for the job. Hill climbs are the equivalent of rodelbahn-ing in a rocket powered car. The sensation of speed is fascinating both for the driver and also the the spectators observing the unbelievably fast car go up a peculiarly narrow mountain road. That’s exactly what we have here from HillClimb Monsters on YouTube who have put up this video of a Porsche 911 GT2 BiTurbo, a Porsche 911 from the 933 generation. The 700bhp turbocharged monster tackles the Rampa da Falperra hill climb located in Portugal. And if that name sounds familiar to you then that’s because this is the same Portuguese hill climb where we previously saw a Formula 3000 car do some biblical speeds.
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However, all that aside, this same Porsche 911 GT2 BiTurbo had been a dominant force at the Portuguese Hillclimb racing scene under the driving pedigree of certain António Nogueira, a legend in these parts. He drives it here as well, and the car with its Vodafone livery paints a blistering contrast against the narrow roads and natures green of probably the biggest Portuguese Hillclimb of them all: Rampa da Falperra. Lovely!