Porsche turned up at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed with the latest and greatest sports car they have launched this year. The absolute highlight of their lineup was the new 991 GT3 RS making its hill debut along with the Cayman GT4. The 918 was also there, naturally, and so was a collection of cool vintage racing Porsches.
Porsche 991 GT3 RS keeps growing on fans every time it appears in public, especially when it shows itself in action like it did at the Festival of Speed. Fans were a bit skeptical of the new RS’ looks and lack of manual gearbox, but turns out every single change Porsche had made was for the better. The hard-core, track-focused speed machine took on the Goodwood hill in the hands of Andreas Preuninger, Manager of High Performance Cars at Porsche:
As much as we love the GT3 RS, the coolest Goodwood-bound Porsche for us was the Cayman GT4. A few days ago we saw this car in an awesome shade of red and it renewed our love for the GT4’s unique blend of style, performance, and discreetness. Granted, it has a big rear spoiler which isn’t very discreet. But then again, this car is a pure-bred track car with low weight and high power. It kinda needs that to stay on the ground:
Celebrating their victory at the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours, Porsche also brought to Goodwood a collection of vintage race cars, the highlights of which included the 936, 962C and WSC-95, representing between them no less than 17 Le Mans victories.