No, I'll stick with our Ferrari's. Race on Sunday, sell on Monday. When was the last time you saw Porsche win a major sporting event? Le Mans, not for a long time in the Prototype class. F1, even longer. GT3, well make a class of Porsche and of course 1 will win it.
FYI. Ferrari use 90% of the money from road car sales to help fund the F1 team and there is a real trickle down effect to the road cars. When Honda were last in F1, the same thing happened with their cars. Lets hope the same happens again.
I will buy myself an Elise sometime, they are a great fun car, not practical, but the closest thing you can get to a road legal kart.
On the Porsche front, yes, I looked at getting 2 GT3's as there was a 9-12 month waiting list on the E46 M3 at the time, but instead we bought 2 x Alfa 156 GTA's. Which are heaps of fun and can carry 4 people on a road trip.
No disrespect to Porsche, they are becoming excellent cars (yes, I'd have a Carrera GT). But rear engined instead of mid-engined is a flawed design.