Videos from the Nürburgring are always a good time. They’re especially fun to watch when they come from inside extremely rare or special cars. This right here is as rare and special as it gets.
M Gott on YouTube, a ‘Ring regular, managed to snag a lap of the Nürburgring Nordschleife recently behind the wheel of a 993-generation Porsche 911 modified by RWB. RWB, if you’re not familiar, is a Japanese tuner headed by master bodywork artist Akira Nakai that builds jaw-dropping custom 911s with impossibly wide fender flares. In addition to looking great, they drive wonderfully when set up correctly—all that extra flare means you can fit an insanely wide tire, after all.
The driver holds nothing back once the first corner comes, despite the car’s wildly low ride height. Sure, there’s a bit of scraping, but if you’re driving the ‘Ring in a quick car, you might as well go all out. Plus, we get to experience it all from the passenger seat. Turbos spooling up and all. You’re going to want to turn the volume up for this one, folks. For the full story and video, check out this article from Road & Track.