Approximately 10% lighter and 10% more powerful, it also lacks the Turbo’s AWD system, and thus depends solely on the fat 325-section rear tires to put its power to the pavement. The stance is about an inch lower, and it’s sprouting cooler ducts and aerodynamic devices everywhere. The exhaust note is far more menacing, and when the professional drivers are on the track, the car sounds as if it’s ripping a path through the atmosphere. Both Nierop and Haywood have stated their opinion that the production GT2 would be quicker around a track than Porsche’s famed 935 (a racing car with which both drivers have significant experience). This car is scaring me before I even take the wheel.