Porsche GT2 RS has set wheel on U.S. soil

Posted on Monday, 14 March 2011 , 02:03:49 byIulia

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Porsche GT2 RS has set wheel on U.S. soil

The most powerful road-going Porsche in history has landed on U.S. soil, so all drivers at the wheel of a Ferrari, Lamborghini or any other exclusive badges must be careful.
At the El Toro Air Station in Irvine, California, 20 units of the supercar arrived just the last month. The drivers were allowed to enjoy a track experience with the rear-engined beasts. And because this is a 620 hp, owners were assisted by Porsche Driving Instructors.
Porsche High Performance Cars Manager, Andreas Preuninger was in charge of the whole operation and he also gave some information about the GT2 RS development program.
In the end what you must know is that the company's specialists spent 80,000 hours of engineering time and entered the car in a 435,000 miles (700,000 km) testing program just to be absolutely sure, everything is good to go.