Hot Girl in High Heels Drives a 911 GT3 RS in Weirdest Porsche Clip Ever

There are so many things you can do with a Porsche 911 GT3 RS, and yet, if you want to grab attention, the normal stuff won’t cut it. So what do people who want to grab attention do when they get their hands on such an extreme Zuffenhausen creation?
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First of all, allow us to explain that the shenanigan we are about to describe is more about feet than hands. From the depths of YouTube, we bring you... Fast Driving Girls.

This is a channel that regularly posts girls hooning cars in hot heels. So when they grabbed the GT division’s current halo car, they handed it over to a girl named Hélena and asked her to step on it. Literally.

And while the video description doesn’t show the best use of the English language, at least it’s sincere: “Hélena drives the new Porsche GT3 RS! She had the opportunity to have the car for some minutes: here's Helena driving it to test the car for few kilometers! She drive it in a sexy dress and red high heeled sandals.

And these people don’t just seek our attention. They are out to grab some cash, but not from YouTube views like those who upload high heel-less 911 GT3 RS videos.

Instead, the video description includes a link that sends you to a place where you can... ah, you get the picture. Yes, the menu also includes pictures and we've brought you one just in case you wanted to know more without heading over to such dark corners of the internet.

We have to admit that coming across such a pathway in 2015 brings back memories from the early days of the world wide web. As a result, we’ll file this one under “mildly amusing” and move on to our usual Porsche-related business.

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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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