The camera car is nothing less than a Porsche 911 GT3 RS PDK, which decides to chase an E92 BMW M3. However, none of the cars is in factory condition, even though the two come from opposite corners of the tuning realm.
We'll start with the Rennsport Neunelfer, which only has a custom wheel alignment and possibly different tires than the factory ones, but with the rubber remaining street-legal.
This is powerslide lover's car, the one we recently showed you drifting on the Nordschleife with Nurburgring settler Boosted Boris as a passenger.
As for the V8-animated M3 Coupe, this is a local star, as we're talking about the Schirmer Race Engineering M3, which is said to be the fastest E92 on the Green Hell. For the record, we're talking about a machine that can go below the 7-minute mark.
As for the mods of the Bimmer, the engine still has its stock internals, while being gifted with moderate goodies such as a titanium exhaust and an ECU remap. The suspension offers three-way adjustability, while the axle kinematics are also custom. Oh, and let's not forget the AP Racing deceleration hardware and the BBS Motorsport 18-inch wheels.
The M3 has gone through a bit of diet and now tips the scales at 3,220 lbs (1,460 kg). As for the aero part of the deal, the carbon fiber front lip and the rear wing come from the GT4 racing version of the M3.
Now, before you hit that "play" button, make sure you keep in mind that chasing is not quite as difficult as leading.