evo's Henry Catchpole drives the Tuthill Porsche 911 RGT rally car - video

This is how rally cars should sound

"It sounds absolutely amazing.", words repeatedly heard throughout the evo offices whenever even the slightest whisper of Richard Tuthill's Porsche 911 RGT rally car is mentioned.

Clearly it does. Just a few moments into Henry Catchpole's latest evo diary make it immediately clear how exciting a Porsche rally car would be.

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The new RGT category is undoubtedly going to be great. Mechanical gearboxes, two wheel drive and two seats (or 2+2), it opens the doors to all sorts of vehicles.

Tuthill's Porsche 911 is without doubt the most exciting of the lot. Based on a 911 GT3 cup car, as Henry Catchpole puts it "it's like a 911 to drive".

The gearbox is smooth, precise and "beautifully mechanical". If you want to learn more, why not check out the video above.

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