Wrecked 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS Banned From Ever Getting on the Road Again

The 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS has just been banned from getting back on the road again after it was involved in a high speed crash on a mountain road. The 911 GT2 RS was crashed by a 23 year old man named Brian Burnhill, who was filmed by a friend as he screeched around a corner and lost control, smashing into a tree at around 130 mph before bursting into flames.

While the driver of the wrecked Porsche 911 GT2 RS will likely be out thousands of dollars for having the car destroyed, the driver will likely be relieved in the long run that he or she is alive. The car was traveling at speeds in excess of 125 miles per hour when the driver lost control. Going that fast, the car could have easily flown off the road and into a tree or other tall object. Thankfully, the car skidded off of the road and did not suffer any such fate.

For those that like to drive fast, the Porsche GT2 RS is the ultimate track toy. It’s built to handle massive speeds and has an engine that will let you test the limits of traction. But, like every car, even a track-ready Porsche can break. So when a GT2 RS was wrecked at a track day in Germany, it was unbelievable that the owner got to keep the car.

The Porsche 911 GT2 RS is one of the most aggressive road cars in the world. So it’s not surprising that supercars crash pretty easily. Fortunately, there is a thriving market for discarded supercars. However, this wreck of a 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS will never be seen on public roads again. word-image-6611 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS | Copart

This 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS had a tragic end

word-image-6612 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS | Copart According to CarScoops, the 911 GT2 RS is the fastest car Porsche has ever produced. There’s no doubt about it: The Porsche 911 GT2 RS is one of the coolest cars on the planet. Unfortunately, this means that people have no choice but to destroy them. While fools can, and often do, buy cars that are far more powerful than they are, the Porsche GT2 RS is a car that even professional racers can easily master. This completely destroyed 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS is currently being auctioned off at Copart in Houston, Texas. Although the title has officially banned this car from ever driving legally on the road again, the price at this writing is still $61,000.

What does that elusive title mean?

word-image-6613 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS | Copart APPROPRIATE: Porsche hides from us; discover its secret GT garage. CarScoops reports that this scrap Porsche received a real death sentence: a bad title. But many people will say to themselves: Yes, it’s true! I can make it! That may be true, but the title suggests that this car is so badly damaged that no amount of repair will make it safe enough to drive again. So why would anyone pay $60,000 for a car they can’t drive? High quality Supercar parts always offer value for money. If someone is in the process of building a race car or needs parts for their restored GT2, this can be a more economical solution than buying new parts from Porsche. The auction website gives no information on how the Porsche was destroyed. It’s probably fair to say that the how and the why don’t really matter at this point. What happened to that Porsche is bad. The damage extends across the entire front of the GT2 RS, with the driver’s side being the hardest hit. Photos of the interior show that the impact was strong enough to deploy the airbags. Fortunately, according to Copart’s auction, the engine is in the back of this Porsche, so it still runs and idles. If the engine is still running, it can be assumed that the gearbox is still intact. These two main points and a few other small things make this car quite valuable.

What’s so special about the Porsche 911 GT2 RS?

This 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS is powered by a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged flat-six with 700 horsepower. This engine develops 553 lb-ft of torque, just like a pickup truck. If you can keep both rear wheels engaged, the GT2 RS goes from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.7 seconds. The result of this insane acceleration is a top speed of 211 mph. This complete German Go-Karty cost $293,200.

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