After a long wait for track-rats everywhere, Porsche unveiled the latest 911 GT2 RS to the world at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in June. We've heard , but there's still one thing missing: the car's Nurburgring lap time.
When the car was finally revealed, Porsche claimed it hadn't set a time on the famous 12.9-mile German circuit because the car was sill undergoing final calibrations. It's been over two months since that statement, and as you can see from this video, Porsche seems to be hard at work getting the most out of the fastest 911 ever.
In this clip shot by YouTuber , you can see a black-and-yellow colored GT2 RS going-all out through the turns, making the most of run-off curbs and kicking up dirt. Previously, we've only seen test mules with partially-covered body panels on the 'Ring.
Porsche Motorsport boss Dr. Frank-Steffen Walliser hinted at a sub-seven minute time at the car's Goodwood reveal, but since then we've heard nothing. We're sure Porsche will announce the time, along with an onboard video of the lap eventually, but in the meantime, you can watch the video of the car being flogged around the Green Hell right here.