Fast cars, slow food : Porsche 911 GT2 RS and The Scarborough Hotel

Through a comprehensive drive and an incredible meal, Alborz and Tony discuss the monstrous new hero in the 911 range.

There are few cars that conjure up fear and trepidation like the latest incarnation of the Porsche GT2 RS.

For starters, it’s the most powerful production-series 911 ever built and harnessing massive reserves of turbo-driven grunt – like 515kW and 750Nm of torque from its flat-six.

It’s a potent bit of kit and clearly the kingpin of the brand’s production-series range. On paper, its performance is even more impressive. It can smoke the benchmark 0–100km/h sprint in just 2.8 seconds, while 200km/h comes up in a no less staggering 8.3 seconds before topping out at a ballistic 340km/h.

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