It seemed like the Mercedes-AMG GT R was already plenty extreme, a car conceived for track use but civilized just enough that it can be a riot on the street. But AMG’s engineers weren’t quite done and upped the ante with the GT R Pro, a thoroughbred track car inspired by the AMG GT3 and GT4 racing cars.
Where else would Mercedes let me test drive it, then, than a race track? Specifically, I spent an afternoon lapping the GT R Pro at the Hockenheimring in southwest Germany.
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