Just when you think a car has reached a level of performance and perfection that cannot be surpassed, Porsche keeps refining and supplying a higher degree of excellence. Such is the case with the 2007 Porsche 911 GT3. More power, more tractability, more precision; in essence, more finely tuned performance. Four hundred and fifteen horsepower and 300 foot-pounds of torque are transferred to the wheels via an even shorter throw, than the previous model’s 6-speed. A totally new version of PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) provides options for comfortable street driving or enough rigidity to feel every surface nuance. The optional ceramic-composite brakes are a must-have and deliver 60-0 in just 125 feet. The car’s nimble reflexes are immediate and without brutality; in fact, it topped many reviewer’s slalom course ranks. Compare the 2007 GT3 with the 2004 model on any Forza 4 track and you will note the subtle refinements in a lower lap time.