Cars We Drive! - Page 1569
Sounds like a modified version of what they used to call the Porsche World Roadshow. Glad you enjoyed it. When I did the Road show it was fun. I'm glad I got to do it a few times, but if it had been a significant distance from me I wouldn't have bothered.
At least in the past you either have to get an invite, or know someone with passes. Then you sign up, and if you make the cut (they get more people who want to go than they can accommodate), then you get notified of the date and time to appear. They have info about the current program on line.
The fact that they have photos of GT3 RS's doesn't mean anything. They always have a few display cars, that no one gets to drive. When I went last year they had Cayman GT4s, that you could sit in, but no one could drive them. The cars you get to drive are the standard production cars, not the limited production models.
They have changed just a wee bit since then. ;)
Easier to drive faster, more creature comforts, etc. If your memory of the old 911 serves you well, then driving a newer car will also allow you to realize just how nimble a real lightweight car is. My GT3 feels like a heavyweight compared to my old 914-6. Mind you, I don't smell like burning oil when I drive the newer car. lol!
it was a lease but i could have bought it out and sold to our friend here. sport chrono, premium plus, bose, PDLS, PDK if i remember correctly. buyout was in the mid-50's and i think i put 10k miles on it
The Cayman has a fantastic chassis!
Good to hear! I've heard wonderful things about that car.