2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Drifting Offroad Looks Like a Rally Car

Was the 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS built for drifting? We couldn't really say that, especially since this piece of Zuffenhausen was made with chronograph numbers in mind. Nevertheless, with sliding now being more popular than ever, the detail we just mentioned won't keep slip angle aficionados at bay and we've brought along an example.
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The 3RS we have here went drifting, but, unlike most adventures of the sort, this one didn't involve asphalt, but rather small pieces of it. You see, the 520 hp toy delivered its powerslide on gravel.

Thanks to the piece of Instagram footage at the bottom of the page, we can see the Porscha getting its tail out with grace.

It all kicks off with the driver pulling a bit of a Scandinavian flick, while the loose surface means the driver doesn't have to push the throttle too hard.

And since the Porscha is animated by one of the few remaining naturally aspirated motors on the market, the soundtrack is almost as glorious as the visual side of the adventure.

Then again, with stone chips being a serious threat, we'd advise you to think twice before attempting such stunts with your own car. Sure, PPF (Paint Protection Film) is popular these days, but it can only do so much to protect your ride's finish.

Speaking of which, this isn't the first time when the Instagrammer we have here delivers such a stunt. For instance, here's the man pulling offroading donuts in a 991.2-generation GT3, with the whole thing being just as brutal as you'd expect.

The slip angle stunt we have here reminds us of a similar adventure we recently showed you. We're referring to the time when the Lamborghini Urus set wheel on gravel, allowing the back end to step out with grace - here's the shenanigan in case you missed it.



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