Ferrari 458 Italia vs Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Analogue vs Digital

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Have Ferrari changed the position of goal posts? Have they approached the creation of a supercar in way that has never been done before?

I have never really been that much of a Ferrari guy (other than the legendary F40, 250GTO’s etc) but when I had the pleasure of soaking in the aggressive beauty of a Ferrari 458 Italia my perception changed somewhat.

But is it as good as a Porsche GT3RS? Or just a different route to sublime excellence? Take the time to watch the excellent Chris Harris try to split the hairs. CHECK THE TITLE FOR PART TWO

– Shot courtesy of evo Magazine

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