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In 2015, Porsche North America Racing captured all three GTLM class titles in the WeatherTech United SportsCar Championship, the no.
In 2017, the Porsche 911 Targa – the original open top Neunelfer – will reach its 50th birthday, a remarkable milestone for a model that was originally devised to meet safety regulations that were, ultimately, never implemented.
After our busiest week of voting ever, you have whittled down our 20-strong long list to six super shots that will now vie for the title of 2016 Total 911 Photo of the Year.
Development of the Neunelfer has always been viewed as evolutionary, but since the 1984 launch of the 3.2 Carrera, Porsche was determined not to let the grass grow under the 911’s wheels.
As you’ll know, wearing the right shoes is crucial to getting the most out of your Porsche 911. Heavy boots or thick-soled trainers just don’t give your feet the necessary feel on your Neunelfer’s pedals.
Last month, we shone our Sales Spotlight on a Porsche 997 Sport Classic, up for sale at Porsche Centre Leeds an eye-watering £385,000 price tag.
From the opening race in Barcelona, the 2016 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup was a season dominated by Weissach’s in-house talent.
As we begin the final month of 2016, it’s time to launch the annual Total 911 Photo of the Year competition, and this year the long list of 20 potential contenders looks better than ever.
Total 911 issue 147 may be dedicated to the Porsche 993 Turbo but the last air-cooled Turbo isn’t the only star.
The Porsche 993 Turbo’s ascension to greatness has been met with nearly universal approval from the Neunelfer community.
After the launch of the 991 GT3, everyone thought that the manual gearbox had been confined to Weissach’s history books.
Porsche has built some weird and wonderful prototypes over the years. Some have made it into production while others have disappeared under a silk sheet (many at Zuffenhausen’s ‘secret’ warehouse).
When Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS values began to skyrocket four or five years ago, one of the first Neunelfers to follow suit was the 2.4-litre 911S.
If the first half of the 2016 Porsche Carrera Cup season suggested that Daniel Cammish wasn’t going to have it all his own way (despite taking five wins from eight races), the second part of this year’s campaign confirmed that the 27-year-old from Leeds is currently one of the fastest 911 GT3 Cup racers around.
In 2015, Daniel Cammish waltzed to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB title. The Leeds-based racer’s maiden campaign in the series brought ten race wins (often escaping the chasing pack from the moment the lights went out) and he never finished lower than second, wrapping up the crown with two races to go.
Here at Total 911 we’re staunch advocates that, whether you own a venerable Carrera or a super rare Rennsport, your Porsche 911 was built to be enjoyed out on the open road, with you behind the wheel.
“Surely that’s a Cayman, not a 911?” remarked one commenter on Total 911’s Facebook page last week when we reported on the official launch of the 2017 Porsche 911 RSR, Weissach’s radical new mid-engined racer.
For over 50 years, the Porsche 911 has seen unprecedented success around the world on both track and stage, from Daytona to Dakar and Le Mans to Monte Carlo.
Launched exactly a quarter of a century after the original 901, the Porsche 964 was meant to be “the 911 for the next 25 years”.
While early Porsche 911s used carburettors to regulate the air/fuel mixture, changing emissions regulations at the end of the 1960s and the quest for greater power soon saw Zuffenhausen turn to mechanical fuel injection on its iconic rear-engined sports car.