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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!
The 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed once again proved itself as the world’s most lavish motoring garden party, wowing thousands of spectators over a jam-packed four days in Chichester.
Porsche has finally unveiled the new 991 GT2 RS at the Festival of Speed. Although the car’s first public viewing was actually back at the Xbox OneX launch earlier in June, Goodwood marks the first official unveiling of the car, complete with an array of glittering stats that means the new GT2 RS is also one of the best-ever Neuneflers and a serial 911 record breaker.
Total 911’s cars & coffee rocked up at the premises of 911 Rennsport last Sunday, 25th June, presenting an eclectic mix of 911 metal on display for the enthusiast to enjoy.
When it launched in 2015, Porsche’s 991 GT3 RS set a new benchmark for 911-oriented performance, kicking the 997 GT3 RS 4.0 into touch as the most accomplished naturally aspirated race car with licence plates.
Porsche specialists 911 Rennsport are hosting a cars & coffee morning in association with Total 911 magazine this Sunday, 25th June.
Porsche Exclusive, Zuffenhausen’s in-house workshop responsible for building one-off ‘special wishes’ 911s, has revealed it is to build a new 991.2 Turbo S, boasting 610hp and limited to just 500 units worldwide.
Save the date, for June 14th 2017 will mark a special evening Porsche meet with Magnus Walker in association with Paul Stephens and Total 911 magazine – and you’re invited.
It’s Porsche’s worst kept secret – of this year at least. The 991 GT2 RS is on its way, marking a return for the turbocharged Rennsport moniker after a seven-year hiatus.
The new Porsche 911 GT3 is welcome news for car enthusiasts: though Zuffenhausen has edged towards PDK-only transmission for its GT and Turbo cars in the last five years, the 2018 GT3 marks a famous return for the good, old-fashioned stick shift, which is now a no-cost option.