Ferrari 458 Italia v Porsche 911 GT3 RS

An evo world exclusive: Chris Harris compares the Ferrari 458 Italia and Porsche 911 GT3 RS on video

Ferrari 458 Italia v Porsche GT3 RS

Ferrari’s latest 562bhp V8 Berlinetta has changed the way we think about sports cars - it’s the first of a new, digital breed. The Porsche 997 GT3 RS is perhaps even more stunning on road than it is on track. Its ingredients are more basic, but its appeal is infectious.

They’re not direct rivals, but they’re two of the most exciting high performance cars we’ll drive all year. Chris Harris attempts to adjudicate. Part one of the vid is here...

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