Porsche US CEO Klaus Zellmer tells us that the US market buys more stick-shift 911 GT3s than anywhere else in the world.
It was spotted amongst a group of Porsche-owned 911 GT3s in California.
At least, that's what the man who developed it told us.
Porsche broke one tradition with its new, mid-engine 911 race car, but it's keeping another one alive.
Expect to see this car raced all over the world within the next few years.
Sad that the 911 Carrera has gone turbo? Just wait for the next GT3.
"Good luck, Honda . . ."
Driving a vintage Carrera, and a modern 911 GT3, will force you to respect Porsche's legendary status.