Porsche is recalling 128 recently built GT3 and GT3 RS 911s to rectify a potential fault with the traction control system, and Porsche GB has just confirmed to Autocar that some UK cars will be affected.Owners of new GT3s built between 28 September and 9 November 2007 will be receiving a letter from Porsche GB asking them to pay an early visit to their local dealer.The problem is with the traction control and PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) control buttons on the centre console. According to Porsche, they could malfunction and unexpectedly switch either or both systems off. Which isn't what you'd want on a wet lap of the Nurburgring. Porsche says it has had no reports of the potential malfunction actually happening to any customers, but is recalling the cars as a precaution. Fixing the defective buttons, if necessary, is a 30-minute process covered under warranty. It’s also not clear how many of the 128 cars affected are registered in the UK - a Porsche GB spokesman said that the company is comparing chassis numbers to find out.