Porsche hasn’t even launched its new GT3 based on the 992-generation 911, but the more hardcore GT3 RS variant is already out testing.
A prototype has been spotted at the Nürburgring and on some of the German racetrack’s surrounding roads, and it gives us a number of clues about the new track star.
Compared to prototypes for the GT3, the tester for the GT3 RS sports additional vents on the hood and front fenders, a more aggressive front splitter, new side skirts, and a massive, dual-element rear wing. Interestingly, Wheels recently reported that the “swan neck” rear wing struts like those fitted to the prototype, which are designed to increase downforce, might make production. A similar albeit tamer design is also expected for the GT3.
The GT3 RS prototype also wears Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires measuring 265/35R20 up front and what looks to be 325/30R21 at the rear. Huge…