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By the way, if you can't or refuse to drive a stick, don't even think about a car like this because it only came with a motorsport-derived six-speed manual transmission.Now there's an unspoken understanding among car enthusiasts: You have to respect another person's car regardless of whether it's a Mazda MX-5 or a Porsche 918 Spyder, (if anyone wants to let me drive his, I'm available!) or whether you're a passenger or the driver, so I'm sure you can appreciate my dilemma when I found myself invited to take the wheel of the GT3 RS.This is a car for the purist, for the driver who wants no electronic aids, no distractions and certainly no PDK transmission.Seeing as the GT3 RS is not a car that any self-respecting Porsche purist drives with aids, you have to be prepared, and Vatche, having mastered the car's capabilities and idiosyncrasies, was ready with advice: Take the bend on the inside, braking just before to bring down the car's nose and shift the weight to the front, then floor the throttle halfway through the bend to take off like a bat out of hell.As for me, half the time I missed third gear and slipped the car into fifth.This car is intoxicating to drive, even at low speeds, with controls that feel so precisely weighted, so exquisite.
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