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The rise and rise of prestige car auctions spoils us with plenty of incredible Porsche 911s to drool over almost every month and RM Auctions’ latest sale (taking place in Paris on Wednesday 4 February) is no different.
You will have already seen on Total911.com at the tail-end of last year that for the 2015 Le Mans 24-hour race, Porsche will be fielding a third car in the top LMP1 class of competition piloted by, among others, current Formula One star Nico Hulkenberg.
A very special car calls for a very special restoration. And they don’t come much more special than chassis number 57, the oldest Porsche 911 in the Porsche Museum’s collection.
Those of you with a penchant for amassing fine model iterations of the revered Porsche 911 can now add a pair of very special cars to your collection – as a brilliant brace of Magnus Walker’s famed hotrods are now available in 1:43 scale from decorated German toy company Schuco.
Until recently, Porsche had used the GTS moniker sparingly. First seen on the 904 prototype racer of the Sixties, ‘Grand Touring Sport’ has come to represent some of the best sports cars to roll out of Zuffenhausen.
Widebody 911s have historically enjoyed a popular following among enthusiasts, so after successful early renditions in 3.2 Carrera and 964 form, it was only a matter of time before the 993 enjoyed the same treatment from the factory.
François Delecour has written himself and Tuthill Porsche into the rallying record books by winning the first ever round of the FIA R-GT Cup: the 2015 Monte Carlo Rally.
Porsche North America Racing were unable to repeat last year’s victory at the 2015 24 Hours of Daytona, the opening race of this year’s Tudor United SportsCar Championship.
Along with the Monte Carlo Rally, Porsche 911 motorsport fans are spoilt for competitive action this weekend as the 2015 Tudor United SportsCar Championship gets underway tomorrow with the 53rd running of the 24 Hours of Daytona.
The technological tour de force that is the 991 GT3 was released to much fanfare during the 911’s 50th anniversary celebrations last year.
For 52 years, Porsche has been building the 911 sports car and, in that time, there have been some superb examples of the flat six icon (and some not-so-superb examples).
From the 2.4-litre 911E to the latest 991 Carrera via a 993 variant, our latest group test covers over 40 years of the 911’s legacy.
The Porsche 911’s return to the Monte Carlo Rally is not long away with competitive action at the world’s most famous stage event getting underway this Thursday.
Despite its prowess in RS, RSR, GT2 and GT1 form (winning at Le Mans, Daytona and Sebring), the Porsche 911’s competition roots actually began on the international rallying stage.
You may have seen a glimpse of Porsche’s new Le Mans challenger, the 2015 Porsche 919 Hybrid LMP1 racer, last Friday when we posted the first photo of the car on track via our Facebook and Twitter pages.
GT2. Fairly anonymous characters in isolation, but very special indeed when applied to the rump of a 911 – special enough, in fact, to have Porschephiles dribbling with anticipation at their very mention.
With another week still to go until the racing season kicks off at the 24 Hours of Daytona, we’re itching for some Porsche 911 motorsport action.
If we asked you to think of a turbocharged racer built by Weissach in the Seventies, the chances are you would picture the slantnosed Porsche 935, probably in the ‘K3’ specification that Erwin Kremer’s team used to win the 1979 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Hällefors is typical of many small Swedish towns in this part of the country. Originally built upon the industries of iron ore and timber, steelmaking has long since died out, leaving timber and tourism as the big draws to the area.
The new year has got off to a largely positive start in terms of motoring news, with the NAIAS in Detroit proving a prime platform for big-name manufacturers to unveil their latest coterie of exciting sports cars.