Met this fella a couple of Sunday’s ago at Sebring. He was the only (991) 2RS there that day, and was as humble as they come. He was running P-zero slicks meant for a dry day, on an intermittently damp track and still putting down the fastest times of the day. His steering wheel & seats had signs of dark color bleeding already, considering the car is relatively new, these are the signs of a die-hard driver. When we came across his camp, he was making suspension adjustments & doing a wheel/tire swap right there on the ground in his racing suit. His other cars consist of a 458 Italia (daily), 991.2 3RS, g500 4x4² (tow rig), and had just purchased a GTC-4 Lusso for his wife. Instances like this truly show that there really are levels to this shit. Some appreciate cars for their aesthetic beauty, others for their functionality & those that are in for both (✋🏽). It truly shows that if you intrinsically have a hard interest in something, time or age won’t change a thing. Searching for success like Jim did.