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Guards Red, Irish Green, Riviera Blue. Over the years, Porsche has created some truly iconic paint colours, hues that we all remember the exact names of.
Yes, March has been a very good month for Porsche 911 fans. Not only did it start with the release of a new Porsche 911 GT3 RS, it has also seen two issues of Total 911 hit newsstands around the world.
In just under two weeks, Tuthill’s Porsche 997 R-GT rally car will return to action. However, it won’t be in the hands of regular pilot, François Delecour.
We all know that Walter Röhrl is something of a driving god. The Bavarian rally ace is a two-time World Rally Champion, taking 14 WRC victories (including three successive Monte Carlo Rally wins) across a 14-year frontline career.
When he’s not busy customising his classic Porsche 911s, our resident urban outlaw, Magnus Walker has been out and about pitting an original Porsche 930 3.0 against the latest Porsche 991 Turbo.
As we all know, across the course of their lives, Porsche 911s need some care and attention. However, when it comes to giving your car the TLC it deserves, you are faced with a number of choices.
While £30,000 may open up the world of Porsche 911s, if you double that budget things start to get a little bit more interesting with a wealth of exciting neunelfers all available for less than the price of a new 991 Carrera.
Has this weekend’s action at Sebring got you hankering for a chance to try out the famous Floridian track?
Since its inception in 1963, the Porsche 911 has garnered a deserved reputation: a popular yet exclusive sports car, while many desire a new 911 for their garage, few can actually afford one.
Endurance racing can be a cruel sport, as Porsche North America Racing found out at the 63rd running of the world-famous 12 Hours of Sebring this weekend.
Nick Tandy – the factory driver: It’s official. This June I will be following in the footsteps of Richard Attwood, Derek Bell and Allan McNish, all British drivers who have raced top class Porsches at Le Mans.
It’s been 55 days since the 24 Hours of Daytona – round one of the 2015 Tudor United SportsCar Championship – came to a close.
This beautiful route showcases the very best of Denmark, with nice views over to Sweden. There’s always a lot of vintage cars on the road in good weather.
Porsche was a very different place in 1992 than it had been ten years earlier. The start of the 1980s had foreseen a dramatic revival of the company’s fortunes and morale: 1981 would mark the start of six consecutive Le Mans victories, the Porsche F1 engine would power McLaren to world championships and above all, the 911 had been reinstated.
We told you as far back as two years ago, in issue 104, that the 2.7 Carrera with MFI was an underrated gem.
We say it so much that it is becoming clichéd but the 996 Carrera is far from the most popular 911 to ever leave Zuffenhausen, especially in Gen1 specification.
The road to Del Mar in San Diego County is one of the least-known roads leading to the famous Pacific Coast Highway.
It’s been promised to us for the last five years now. “Without doubt, the 996 Turbo is sure to go up in price,” we’ve heard time and time again by speculative independent specialists professing their expertise over the used 911 market.
First of all, we know what you’re thinking. Just how can the 991 GT3 be feasibly compared to the 991 Turbo in any way, shape or form?