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Are you planning to take a trip by car driving through Europe this winter season? If so it is of outmost importance that you check the legal requirements for carrying winter tyres.
You’d think that the site of Porsche’s solitary Grand Prix success as a manufacturer would be easily identifiable.
Between Editor, Lee and Features Editor, Josh, the Total 911 team have driven pretty much every different variant of Porsche 911 ever made, from the original short wheelbase 2.0-litre car to the latest 991.2 Turbo S.
Silverstone Auctions raised £2.5 million at their recent Porsche Sale with a 1972 Porsche 911S leading the way under the hammer, the 2.4-litre Neunelfer topping £200,000 as the British auction house saw 70 per cent of its automotive lots find new homes.
Sixteen years ago. It all seems so fresh, the idea that at the turn of the millennium the world could stop revolving, while computer programmers would be cashing in sorting out the will-it-or-won’t-it ‘bug’.
There were just too many incredible cars at Canford Classic’s latest open day to confine to a single gallery; the workshop was full of Slate Grey Neunelfers and the independent specialist’s latest RSR project while the yard was packed with Porsches of all flavours, from 356s to a 997.2 GT3.
Every year, renowned Porsche specialist, Canford Classics hold an open day at their rural Dorset headquarters (little more than a stone’s throw away from Total 911’s offices).
All good things must come to an end and so it was that at the Six Hours of Fuji – the seventh round of the 2016 FIA World Endurance Championship – Porsche’s winning run in the LMP1 class was ended by a strong performance by the Toyota squad.
Thanks to the launch of its modern namesake, the original Porsche 911R has been thrust firmly back into the limelight over the last year.
While most race series have already reached their conclusions, over the next six weeks, the FIA World Endurance Championship hits the busiest part of its season, starting this weekend with the Six Hours of Fuji in Japan.
Silverstone Auctions’ upcoming ‘Porsche Sale’ has some incredible 911s set to go under the hammer this weekend.
This weekend no less than 50 different Porsche 911s will go under the hammer at Silverstone Auctions’ annual sale held in conjunction with Porsche Club GB.
Up ahead, Total 911 Editor, Lee, is having a very good day at work. How can I tell just from looking at the back of his head?
Just over a year ago I attended the Frankfurt motor show, where I watched then CEO Matthias Müller unveil the new 991.2 Carrera to the world’s media.
There are so many great features in Total 911 issue 145, it seemed a shame not to share a little snippet of each.
As we head into October, the 2016 racing season is beginning to come to a close and, while there are still a couple of championships still to wrap up, it seems like a good time to look back on the Porsche 911 racers that have impressed you most this year.
If our Porsche 997.2 Ultimate Guide from a couple of weeks ago has started your search for the first Neunelfer with direct fuel injection, this week’s Sales Spotlight may have just found the car for you.
As you know, we are avid disciples of Zuffenhausen’s iconic sports car here at Total 911 but, we try to ensure that our affection for the Porsche 911 doesn’t skew our objectivity when it comes to appraising each Neunelfer generation.
Over the last few years, our Rennsport head-to-heads have often focussed on the 911 RSs water-cooled renaissance, from the excellent 997.2 GT3 RS 3.8 and RS 4.0, to technological tour de force that is the latest 991 iteration.
TejasTreffen, the brainchild of Porsche collectors and enthusiast quartet, Antonio Kawage, Michael Meldrium, Rudy Mancinas and Neil Meissner, has announced its first event will be held on Wednesday 19 November 2016.