We’ll start with the Caiman, the first helicopter that races the Neunelfer in the clip below, which comes from Sport Racing TV. To the best of our knowledge, Porsche may have an endless list of optional extras, but they don't pack guns, so we’ll stick to the firepower that motivates these flying mechanical monsters.
The Caiman tips the scales at 9 tons (for the record, that’s about four Cayennes), while its gas turbine offensive makes for a hefty 5,000 HP. An unusual battle against the 560 HP and 1,6 tons Porsche.
Then again, the same can be said about the fight in the second part of the footage. Ah yes, the Tiger, which uses 4,450 hp to move its 3.3 tons about.
As we’ve seen once again during the past weekend at Le Mans, Porsches are terrible when it comes to staying off the podium, so even if we’re talking military machinery here, don’t expect the Turbo S to be intimidated.