Not the most loved of Gt-series 911s and emphatically not for the faint-hearted, the 996 GT2 was probably the most flawed GT car Porsche had produced. And that was one of the reasons it was so exciting. Its turbo engine came with 456bhp (later 476bhp) and all the subtlety of a rhinoceros in mating season. Power arrived with an enormous bang, sending you hurtling up the road, whereupon a corner would arrive that you’d have to tackle using its no-nonsense, old-school 911 handling. Only the brave need apply.