Best press release of the day: "Walter Rohrl will compete in the 24-hour Nurburgring race in May, driving a Porsche 911 GT3 RS street car." Is that cool, or what? Rohrl, at 62 is no spring chicken, but this 2-time World Rally Champion sure can hoof a Porsche around a track in a hurry, as thousands of media members can attest ever since he began giving demo rides in all the latest models, starting in 1993. What's more, Rohrl proves that you don't have to be the size of a jockey to be a race driver, standing at least 6 ft. 5 in., likely even taller. I don't know about you, but I'll be very interested to see how he does in the May 15-16 race, driving the 450-bhp GT3 RS, which is as close to a race car as a production Porsche gets. One thing is for sure: Rohrl knows the Nordschleife extremely well, having competed there in the 1992 race and having helped develop all the significant Porsches on the track, including the mighty GT1 supercar and GT2.