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Ahead of Weissach’s top class return to the Nürburgring, the board of Porsche AG has confirmed that the Le Mans prototype programme will continue until at least the end of the 2018 season.
Today marks 75 days since Porsche historic 17th 24 Hours of Le Mans triumph, a victory that vaulted the Weissach to the top of the FIA World Endurance Manufacturers’ Championship.
It’s one thing having a shiny Porsche 911 on your drive for the neighbours to idolise, but it’s another proposition entirely to be able to use that 911 according to the very remit that Butzi himself created the car for – and that’s spirited street and track use.
We Porsche 911 fans are notoriously set in our ways. The gradual pervasion of the PDK gearbox through the upper echelons of the current 911 range brought many cries of derision (and a hefty price hike on earlier generations of GT3), while some enthusiasts still haven’t come to terms with the switch to water-cooling.
There was always an open-top Porsche: Ferry’s first model was an open barchetta and if production realities soon dictated a closed design, it was only a couple of years before a convertible 356 appeared.
Winter is coming. August may not even be finished yet but Porsche is already looking ahead to its 2015 winter driving camp in Finland and, judging by its recent video, it’s an experience of a lifetime for this involved.
Next Sunday (6 September) the increasingly popular Classics at the Castle show returns to Hedingham Castle in Essex for a Zuffenhausen-flavoured automotive extravaganza.
Sven Müller and Philipp Eng took a victory each as the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup held its first double-header event of the year at the infamous Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium.
Porsche North America Racing is officially on a roll. Round eight of the 2015 Tudor United SportsCar Championship at Virginia International Raceway saw the US factory team takes its third consecutive victory of the year, strengthening Weissach’s grip on the manufacturers’ title.
Spa. Just a mention of the name conjures up legendary images in the mind of any petrolhead. Along with the north loop of the Nürburgring, the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is one of a few hugely respected ‘old school’ tracks.
Porsche North America Racing is on something of a roll in the United SportsCar Championship heading into GTLM class’ eighth race of 2015 at Virginia International Raceway (VIR).
If you’ve ever wished for live traffic updates from your Porsche Communication Management system, your dreams are soon to become reality as, from September, all new Porsches will come with the ability to relay real-time traffic information.
Hear the words ‘Monterey Car Week’ and you probably think of the numerous prestige car auctions as well as the world famous Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
These are the moments that, as a profound Porsche enthusiast, you live for. It’s 9:30am on what will be a scorching hot summer’s day in central London, yet far below the pavement lining the busy streets of the City we find ourselves in a tactfully nondescript garage devoid of windows to let in the bright sunshine.
This week, our Nürburgring Nordschleife spies spotted this Porsche 991.2 Turbo S test mule hacking around the track without any camouflage.
Hot on the heals of the 991.2 Carrera, the facelifted Porsche 911 Turbo S has been spotted by Total 911’s spies lapping the Nürburgring Nordschleife without any camouflage during an industry test day this week.
£1.5 million is the (conservative) estimate placed on the 901 prototype that graces the latest issue of Total 911.
You may remember that last year we went behind the scenes on the Porsche 918 Spyder production line, culminating in our incredible two-part gallery highlighting the build process of Zuffenhausen’s record-breaking hypercar.
Earlier this week we revealed 2015 will see the inaugural Total 911 Awards launched, designed to officially reward excellence in the Porsche industry. The platform for the Awards is based on a two-stage voting process, with the winners revealed at a lavish London ceremony on Thursday 22nd October (if you’d like to attend, let us know by registering your interest here).
This month sees Total 911 magazine turn ten years old, and to celebrate we’ve compiled an exquisite new issue packed full of the most decorated Porsche 911s from around the world – and you can get 10% off your copy simply by clicking here and using the special ‘BIRTHDAY10′ code, which is available until September.