It might seem like a bold claim to say that driving a sports car can be as exhilarating as piloting a fighter jet, but Porsche recently did an experiment to prove to us, with solid facts, that that is indeed the case.
In order to do that they attached EEG electrodes to the brain of a subject and then sent him out to first have fly in a fighter jet and then have a ride in the new Porsche 991 GT3. It is then a simple matter of comparing the brain activity scans to see that the areas that light up when flying in the jet are the same that burst into action on the race track. The G-force you experience while driving a Porsche are very similar to those fighter pilots experience.
Fascinating stuff, but we reckon it would be more accurate is they had put the actual pilot of that jet into the Porsche and see if he gets the same high he gets while flying his plane. If the pilot, who is used to high G force, experienced the same thrill then it would conclusive proof that a car can be as exciting as a jet.