D.he days of want also have their positive sides. Five months until room doors arrive can be filled by negotiating with the craftsman whether he might have some time next spring. The new bike may have arrived by then, maybe it won’t come until summer, who knows. Brittle supply chains, blocked channels, corona, chips, everything is a bit protracted at the moment. In this respect, anyone who wants to invest 200,000 euros in a 911 GT3 should be comforted. The months of waiting only increase the anticipation.
The game of patience also works well in that the first encounter should not take place entirely unprepared. Porsche knows about this and prints instructions on the central lock of the rim, for example, in which direction the nut should be loosened and in which it should be firmly lashed again, including the associated torque. Such pertinent hints can do no harm if exhausted 315 Michelins have to be balanced by that axis that has to deal with the forces of stomach-tingling format that arise in the six-cylinder boxer. For more mundane everyday things, the novice looks for a secluded place and practices for a day or two. Driving off and parking, for example.