Mulholland Drive is without a doubt one of the most iconic mountain runs in the world. Sure it may not have the scenery of the Stelvio Pass, but almost all automotive enthusiasts have heard of the place even if they don’t live in the US and it’s supercar runs like the following that make the road as popular as it is.
Allan Lambo on YouTube recently took out his track-derived Porsche 911 993 GT2 and Mario Andretti’s-ex Lamborghini Countach to test out the canyon-carving abilities of both cars.
Despite their age, both of these supercars, particularly the Porsche 993 GT2 would be able to stick with many modern day sports cars, consequently showing just how capable these machines are.
As a matter of fact, the 993-generation GT2 managed to produce 450hp in its 1998 tune thanks to an uprated 3.6 liter six-cylinder engine at 6,000rpm and 432lb-ft of torque at just 3,500rpm. Just fifty-seven 993 GT2’s were ever constructed, so Allan Lambo is in fact driving an extremely rare and iconic car.