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The top of the infamous Mont Ventoux, known as the Giant of the Provence, can be entered from three directions.
After choosing our £30,000 and £60,000 dream garages, last week we jumped right up to a theoretical budget of £250,000, a land where a host of neunelfer exotica lurks.
The Speedster is a superb iteration of 911, isn’t it? Sure, some have berated the car for years for grossly spoiling the 911’s timeless silhouette, while others have pointed to Porsche’s disclaimer against the roof’s inability to stave off water as reason enough for the concept to be flawed. Personally speaking, though, the Speedster makes for a glorious hark back to Porsche’s earliest work, and actually makes for the best form of open-top 911.
We’re in Evo Triangle country. Sitting just outside the Snowdonia National Park we visited for our 991 supertest in issue 118, this region offers up a veritable sweet shop of twisting tarmac.
What special edition 991 would you like to see Porsche build? The Porsche 991 as we currently know it will be replaced this year with a second-generation car, strongly rumoured to feature a turbocharged flat six engine (even on the Carrera sub-range).
This weekend’s FIA World Endurance Championship season opener at Silverstone was a six-hour thriller (even if Porsche missed out on victory in both LMP1 and GTE-Pro by seconds).
Porsche Team Manthey had to settle for second in the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship season opener at the Six Hours of Silverstone after falling just 10 seconds short of overhauling the GTE-Pro class-winning AF Corse Ferrari 458 Italia.
The story goes that Alois Ruf cut his teeth working on Porsche 356s in his father’s garage. When he inherited his father’s eponymous business in 1974, the sensational 2.7 RS was already rapidly establishing itself in competition.
Take a look back through automotive history and there are only a handful of cars that have achieved truly legendary status.
Historical 0-62mph (0-100kph) times for classic Porsche 911s are hard to officially ratify. According to our Data File, the original 2.0-litre Porsche 911 could launch from a standstill to 62mph in 8.3 seconds.
The 991 generation of Porsche 911 has been around since the tail end of 2011. In the four years that have followed, Porsche has created nearly ever conceivable variation, from the basic Carrera through to the thoroughbred racer: the 991 RSR.
The 2015 Porsche Carrera Cup GB season is less than 24 hours from kicking off. To celebrate, we got last year’s champion, Josh Webster to take us for a two-lap tour of the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit in his Team Parker Racing Porsche 991 GT3 Cup car.
Last year, the Porsche Carrera Cup GB was a two horse race between two-time champion, Michael Meadows and his rookie teammate, Josh Webster.
For the latest instalment in our dream garage series, we’ve decided to ramp the theoretical budget up dramatically and give ourselves £250,000 ($370,000) to play with, more than enough to get our hands on some Zuffenhausen exotica.
Rennsport: it’s a fabled and oh-so evocative Porsche designation that evokes a heady assemblage of unrelenting, motorsport-derived excitement at the wheel of a sportscar.
After the long awaited release of the Cayman GT4 last month, Porsche has launched its new Porsche Boxster Spyder at the New York International Motor Show this week.
Ever since 1998, Porsche 911 traditionalists have bemoaned Zuffenhausen’s switch to water-cooled flat sixes.
At the end of last week, Porsche Motorsport kicked off its 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship campaign at the official ‘Prologue’ test.
You’d have to be living in solitary confinement not to have witnessed the perpetual rise in values of a host of air-cooled 911s in recent times, with even the once-unloved 964 now on a crest of a wave in terms of reformed popularity.
Typically, the experience of driving a Porsche 911 is about to ‘how you get there’ rather than ‘how fast you arrive’.