Ownership of such a car and using it the way Porsche intended obviously marks you out as a discerning type and probably aware that there's more to going faster and getting more out of your car than simply throwing horsepower at the issue. And in keeping with the GT3's 'serious' brief Porsche is offering a strictly limited invitation 'pit stop clinic' at its Reading HQ on Saturday October 13 where you can learn more about car set-up, data analysis, tyre performance and a host of other techie stuff from those in the know in the Porsche GT racing world.
Intended for those considering the step up from track days to actual racing - Porsche hoping in the GT3 Cup Challenge GB, obviously - this is a deliberately high brow and weighty day of presentations, forums and networking and a great opportunity to get a first taste of how Porsche supports its privateer racers.
It's free to attend but places are very limited and on a strict first come, first served basis. Register your interest at GT3CupChallengeGB@porsche.co.uk