Has anyone checked in on this one? Looks like they were having heat soak issues and added a third radiator. Anyone else done that yet?
The third radiator (all 3 of the front radiators) are part of the primary engine cooling system -- what Porsche on the 718 now calls the 'high-temperature cooling system'. A separate, dedicated secondary system -- the 'low-temperature cooling system -- exists exclusively to feed the new-for-718 air-to-water intercooler (Porsche calls it the ICAC Indirect Charge-Air Cooler). The two cooling systems are connected only through sharing a common coolant reservoir.
Since heat-soak is a phenomenon of air-to-water intercoolers, I don't think a third front radiator (for the high-temp system) is the answer. Rather, larger/more-efficient side-intake ducting and radiators (part of the low-temp cooling circuit) would help.
on diagram of low-temp coolant system:
1 -- ICAC (intercooler) sits above engine, next to air-cleaner housing
2,3 --left and right low-temp heat exchanger (radiator) with electric fan and air ducted from side intake
4 -- dedicated on-demand low-temp electric coolant pump
6 -- coolant expansion tank