18 February 2019
Review

The Ferrari 488 Pista, McLaren 600LT and Porsche 911 GT3 RS are three of the fastest, most exciting and most revered trackday sports cars in the world at the moment.

All three deliver more than 500bhp and claim to hit 60mph in three seconds or less. Two of the three have a top speed of over 200mph.

But which is quickest in a straight line, and around a lap of Anglesey's Coastal circuit? And which is the most incredible to drive? Our back-to-back test is about to tell you.

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8

18 February 2019

The GT3 is hopelessly outgunned here. C'mon, guys, apples to apples!

18 February 2019

If I have to read between the lines, you just couldn't get a hold of one.

19 February 2019

Yes, a pretty lame excuse but that Pista sure is intoxicating. GT2RS would probably show it up?

19 February 2019

Would be GT3RS.

19 February 2019

Obviously different driver (the very talented Steve Sutcliffe) and different conditions make a direct comparison impossible, but I think it would be a very, very close call between Maranello and Zuffenhausen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wsv4u2rwj0c

20 February 2019

The video you share is very good and attractive. I would love to watch this video.

happy wheels

26 February 2019

exactly what percentage of Autocar readers are actually ever going to buy any of them? Isnt it about time Autocar fat bottomed over watered and overfed bozzos stopped enjoying their personal pleasures at readers expense and started reporting in more detail and unbiased efforts on cars we can actually buy and drive??

what's life without imagination

26 March 2019

I think your article is exactly what I am looking for. I like it very much Return Man

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