The driver of this Zuffenhausen machine pulled what has to be the oldest violation in the book, leaving his track-savvy Porsche in the wrong place.
While the Porsche is wearing a German plate (the car is registered in Darmstadt, a city in the state of Hesse), we’re not sure the event took place in the supercar’s home city. For the record, Darmstadt is a bit like Germany’s Silicone Valley, bringing together high-tech companies, universities, and scientific bodies.
Returning to the fine received by the GT3 RS driver, we have to admit it’s mildly amusing to see how the Stadtpolizei (the municipal police) officer leaves the ticket on the car without even placing it in between the wiper and the windscreen.
Then again, we have to admit that, at least for us, that GT3 RS left in what appears to be a shopping area is the equivalent of a puppy making a cute face after having just torn your morning newspaper - it’s difficult to ignore that sparking clean Java Orange (the vehicle’s launch color), while the louvers on the front wings also act as attention magnets.
Oh well, it seems the aerodynamic balance of this Porsche has been affected after all, with that ticket being visible from afar.