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Racing the 911 GT3 RS
The Porsche 911 GT3 RS is considered to be one of the fastest and most technologically advanced sports cars available today. In this article we will look at why the 911 GT3 RS is the ultimate sports car, and what it offers that many other racers do not have. We will look at the high levels of technological precision engineered into the modern version of the 911 GT3 RS, as well as the benefits of owning such a powerful sports car.
The basic function of the 911 GT3 RS is to provide the driver with a high level of aerodynamic efficiency. Many cars in this class are not as aerodynamic as the 911 GT3 RS, and this is because they use a conventional air-cooled system for their engines. These engines tend to work harder, and they require more power from the driver. The very body of the car sports an advanced low-dression design to minimize drag and allow for faster cornering speeds. The result of this is that the 911 GT3 RS is able to reach faster corner turns, and even through the high-speed turns the GTS racer can maintain a high rear-end speed that is unachievable by most other vehicles in its class.
Next we will look at the engine of the 911 GT3 RS, and how the high-performance flat-six comes to be. The flat-six engine of the car sports a high-flow cooling fan at the base of the engine, which directs a stream of water and oil to the radiator for cooling. This stream of hot oil and water causes the oil to run cooler, which allows the engine to operate at more than twice the capacity of an ordinary engine of this class. The result of all this is that the 911 GT3 RS dries out its engine four times faster than any other production vehicle, and that means that the vehicle will be able to take more aggressive cornering actions, and will be quicker in general on the streets.