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Manchester Free Trade Hall, May 1966: Bob Dylan casts aside his acoustic guitar and plugs in an electric Fender Stratocaster.
When it was launched in 2015, Porsche’s 991 GT3 RS moved the Rennsport game on substantially from its predecessors.
So that’s how a 996 C4S is supposed to stop! I mentioned last month I had discs and pads replaced all round on my Porsche 911 after the items present when I bought the car were looking very tired.
Such is the historical importance of the 911R for Porsche, it’s ludicrous to think the car was relatively unheard of for years for even the discerning enthusiast compared to, say, a 2.7RS.
It’s just gone 7am on a bright autumnal morning as I roll out onto the public road, some retracting black gates and a bright red ‘PORSCHE’ script atop a grey building behind filling the rear view mirrors of my 991.2 Carrera.
Magnus Walker may be more commonly known as the Urban Outlaw thanks to a Total 911 article way back in 2011, but in his latest video the Porsche personality has swapped the concrete jungle of his LA base for the greener, rainier expanse of the UK’s Shropshire countryside.
It has smashed the Nurburgring production car lap time, the 6 minutes 47.3 seconds it monstered around Germany’s most famous track a high bar indeed.
If you’d been lucky enough to work as a motoring journalist in the 80’s (when budgets were generous, and launches went on for days) you’d have laughed at the proposition that the 911 Turbo would evolve into the definitive secure, all weather supercar within the next decade or so.
It’s been a busy period for my C4S as after five months of ownership, I’ve finally needed to spend out on something other than fuel for it.
For many Porsche enthusiasts, the 1973 2.7 RS is the early 911 at its peak. It was the first road-going Porsche to wear the Rennsport badge, and indeed the first 911 called ‘Carrera’.
Porsche Cars Great Britain has revealed a special 991.2 C4 GTS British Legends Edition 911 to celebrate the achievements at La Sarthe of Brit Drivers Richard Attwood, Derek Bell and Nick Tandy.
There’s a Porsche marketing poster, released at the time of the 996 Carrera 4S Cabriolet launch in 2002, which says ‘Every hour a Porsche spends parked: you cannot get that time back.’ It’s a wonderful piece of marketing that should perhaps make a comeback, given the propensity today among buyers to acquire a 911 and then park it in the hope of making a buck some day in the distant future.
It is ironic that in the week Porsche delivered to us a 991.2 Carrera GTS for testing, the UK government announced it is to ban the sale of all internal combustion-engined vehicles by 2040, following in the footsteps of our French governmental comrades which introduced an identical deadline for the final sales of gasoline-powered cars.
The last British bank holiday weekend before Christmas brought us perfect weather in which to get out and enjoy our Neunelfers.
The Porsche owner hunting for spares might think he or she had come to the wrong address: a modern three-storey warehouse with ‘VW Heritage’ emblazoned across its front.
We’re all familiar with backdating and re-imagining, but Guntherwerks 400R has taken the 933 and re-engineered it for today.
There has been quite a change in the Sibley household since my previous 996 Carrera diary earlier this year.
If you look at almost every industry it’s been transformed by the internet. When you think of how you last booked a flight, hotel, bought insurance, or even found a date, businesses such SkyScanner, Booking.com, Confused and Tinder will spring to mind.
“It’s the perfect day for a road test, right?” so says Magnus Walker, who’s knelt down while swapping over his trusty Doc Martins for a rather more svelte pair of black Converse-style shoes.
Neunelfer, the popular cars & coffee platform for all makes of the Porsche 911, rocks up at Poole Accident Repair on August 6th – and you’re invited!