The best result came from the Porsche 911 GT3 (991), the only one to break the barrier of 31 metres: its mark was 30.7 metres, 30 centimetres less than its pursuers. This was achieved with Brembo discs (410 mm front, 390 mm rear) and aluminium monobloc calipers (6-piston front axle and 4-piston units at the rear) adopted as standard, as well as the structural characteristics and dynamics of the German supercar.
And it was not an isolated case, as demonstrated by the equal third place obtained by two Brembo-branded custom-built cars: the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and the KTM X-BOW GT, both credited with a mark of 31.3 metres.
The first, considered the pioneer in extreme 12-cylinder cars, uses third generation carbon ceramic Brembo brakes (398 mm front, 360 mm rear). There were smaller dimensions (305 mm front, 262 mm rear) for the Brembo self-ventilated discs on the latter car, which has managed to revolutionise the world of sports cars