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Spa-Francorchamps, deep in Belgium’s Ardennes Forest, is the setting for round seven of the 2014 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup season and, after a month-long break, the championship frontrunners will be keen to return to battle at the fearsome 4.35-mile circuit.
Racing in the GTLM class (known as GTE-Pro in the FIA World Endurance Championship) there are not many chances for Porsche North America Racing to score outright victories with their brace of Porsche 911 RSRs.
The braking system in the Porsche 911 has come a long way since the original ‘901’ was unveiled at Frankfurt in 1963, and has always been at the industry’s forefront in terms of technical innovation.
Since becoming the first website in the world to reveal the 991 GT3 RS back in April, our exclusive spy shots have become one of our most read stories this year.
Three weeks ago, we revealed British Porsche rally specialist, Tuthill’s latest creation, a 997 GT3-based stage warrior built to the FIA’s RGT specification.
This amazing drive from Leggett takes in the northern section of US1, which has some spectacular twisties and all the beauty without the RVs.
Here, you’re driving in Salzburgland so you better like amazing scenery. This route treats you to 32 kilometres of mountain roads and amazingly well kept asphalt.
As a demonstration of automotive Darwinian theory, there’s no better image on these pages than the line-up of GT3 rumps.
The Pebble Beach auctions are almost always dominated by Ferraris and 2014 proved no different with an example of Maranello’s fabled 250 GTO once again breaking the world record price for an auction sale.
This is a cracking driving road that takes around 20 minutes to do and has few vehicles occupying it, as both the M3 to the West and A32 to the East are faster routes for commuters.
Last week we wowed you with pictures of Singer Vehicle Design’s new 4.0-litre engine and we realised, we really love the work that Rob Dickinson’s firm roll out of their Californian workshop.
For 40 years, Porsche have been turbocharging the 911 sports car. Now, we provide our ultimate rundown of the five forced induction 911s that have proved themselves to Total 911 as the greatest of all time: 5) Porsche 997 Turbo S The last generation of Porsche 911 Turbo S was pretty much the perfect performance car with the ultimate mix of raw speed, driving pleasure, and everyday practicality.
There aren’t many places in the world where you can get your Porsche serviced by a team with a podium finish at the 24 Hours of Le Mans under their belt.
If you hadn’t noticed, this week is Monterey Classic Car Week and the internet is awash with a wealth of automotive exotica.
UK-based readers can be forgiven for imagining that most of the best driving roads in the world are in the western US or the Alps.
Every generation of Porsche 911 GT3, plus a track test of the latest iteration, and a host of Porsche 911 Targa content.
Have you been craving your next dose of Total 911? Your wait is now over as issue 117 hits the in-store and online shelves today and it is full to the brim with some truly stunning Porsche 911 features (and a host of sumptuous photos).
There’s a constant wave of debate among Porschephiles between those who insist the Porsche 959 is in fact a 911, and those who insist that it isn’t.
Here at Total 911, when it comes to road trips, all we need to keep our interest piqued is a great road and the keys to a Porsche 911.
Porsche 917s often appear on the market dressed in the iconic blue-and-orange Gulf Oil livery made famous by J.W.