The GT3 is a race-oriented version of the 911; I’ve driven one on several occasions and it pays to be a good driver. It’s a bit twitchy with PASM off, even with it on it’s easy to over-correct. Also very easy to go fast, so hard to keep to the speed limit.
Personally, I think it’s a bit much for the road as a daily car.
I reckon the guy made a mistake, he wouldn’t be the first, more like the 100,000th.
Yes, you don't play (as opposed to pootling around) with GT3's unless you are very, very good.
PASM is Porsche's active damper management system, system can't be turned off, there are two modes - normal and sport, it shouldn't make the car twitchy.
IIRC this 997 GT3 has traction control but no electronic stability control.
A Porsche guy looking at this car's VIN, engine and chassis numbers tells me this isn't even a real GT3 !
It's a regular 911 dressed up.
So we have a pretend GT3 and numpty driver !
For the trifecta hope cops do him for the dodgy fake Europlates too !