Here's your chance to drive a Porsche 911 GT2 RS

The 911 GT2 RS is the fastest and most powerful road legal sports car ever built in the history of Porsche. Only 500 units will be built, and each one is already spoken for. The list price for this ultimate 911 was £164,107!

The 911 GT2 RS is powered by a 3.6-litre twin turbo flat six, that produces an extra 90bhp compared to the standard GT2. With 612bhp and a 700Nm of torque at just 2,250rpm, the 911 GT2 RS hits 62mph in just 3.5 seconds and can reach a top speed of 205 mph.

Thanks to a series of weight-saving measures, like carbon-fibre bonnet and rear wing, racing bucket seats, the 911 GT2 RS weighs just 1,370 kg.

This dream machine is out of reach for most of us, but one lucky UK Porsche enthusiasts will soon get the chance to drive the 911 GT2 RS at the Porsche Experience Centre, Silverstone as part of a competition launched last Thursday.

Requirements? Basic requirements are that you live in UK, aged 25 and over, must hold a valid UK driving license and have held it for at least five years.

To enter the competition go to: www.porsche.co.uk/competition. You also need to answer one simple question there: “How much does the 911 GT2 RS weigh?”… answer to that of course is easy as ABC.

Last day to enter the competition is 31 January 2011 and the winner will be selected at random from all the correct answers and notified on February 1st 2011.

The winner will take part in a Porsche Sport Driving School course, where he/she can drive various models from the Porsche range including the 911 GT2 RS.


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