More details have emerged about Porsche's plans to solve the 911 GT3 fire risk issue, based on a recent leaked (and confirmed) letter sent by Porsche to a 911 GT3 owner.

More details have emerged about Porsche's plans to solve the 911 GT3 fire risk issue, based on a recent leaked (and confirmed) letter sent by Porsche to a 911 GT3 owner.

The Porsche 911 GT3 saga is about to end as the company is sending all 785 owners letters informing them engine production will begin on April 22. To make up for all this trouble, Richard Hammond and the others are going to receive an additional year of warranty. Once the repairs will be complete, all owners are going to get a certificate as a method of documentation for the work necessary to replace the engine.

Last month Porsche CEO Matthias Müller said the 911 GT3 RS could be delayed due to the fire-related recall of the regular 911 GT3. The RS was initially planned for a summer launch but could be pushed back until the "motor [is] no longer a problem."

Check out the press release section to read Porsche's letter to a 911 GT3 owner.

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