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Between the end of 2004 to 2012, the 997 generation reigned supreme, with 23 different models released in less than a decade.
Sven Müller romped to his first win of the 2015 season with a lights-to-flag victory at the Hungaroring near Budapest, round five of this year’s Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup.
This weekend Silverstone hosts its annual Classic race meeting, a two-day historic extravaganza around the home of the British Grand Prix.
Though it is seldom recognised, 1986 was a very important year for Porsche. A full year before ‘Black Monday’ and the ensuing global financial crisis, the 911 was flourishing, buoyed by its resurgence in fortunes under charismatic CEO Peter Schutz.
Billed at its release as “the 911 for the next 25 years,” the 964 generation of Porsche 911 has enjoyed a particularly potted history.
We’ve previously seen ample pictures of the 2016 Porsche 911 in testing, though these cars have been under a blanket of disguise as Zuffenhausen attempts to keep the latest evolution of its superstar 911 under wraps.
What a beautiful country Ireland is. The rolling landscapes are illuminated with breath-taking scenery and vibrant green hues, and the roads that snake through them are some of the best – and quietest – in Europe.
Volume 2 of the Porsche 911 RS bookazine sold out in record time. However, fans of Rennsport 911s fear not, for the latest instalment in the RS series – produced by the creators of Total 911 – has hit the shelves.
If you want to get from a standstill to 62mph (100kph) as quick as possible and still want to cruise around in the utmost comfort, you need a Porsche 991 Turbo S.
As you may have guessed from the cover, the latest issue of Total 911 (released yesterday) is dedicated to Porsche’s four generations of Speedster, the iconic open-top sports car that helped cement the company’s legend in the United States of America.
If issue 128 was all about the RS, the latest instalment of Total 911 is geared up for summer with all three styles of open-top Porsche 911 catered for, from our Speedster mega test through to our 930 v 991 Turbo Cabriolet head-to-head.
For many, the summer holidays are just a few days away, so it is with perfect timing that the latest issue of Total 911 hits newsstands around the shelves, featuring our four-car Speedster mega test.
Hidden in Huntington Beach, about a block from a remarkably European coffee shop, lies a Porsche haven.
From its introduction in 1998, the Porsche 996 was not as well received as previous generations of Zuffenhausen’s darling sports car.
As you may have seen at the tail end of last year, we released a batch of special digital editions dedicated solely to each generation of Porsche 911, from the 3.2 Carrera to the latest 991.
It has been a long time coming but Porsche North America Racing has finally secured its first Tudor United SportsCar Championship race win since its victory in the 2014 12 Hours of Sebring last March.
Porsche North America Racing heads to the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (formerly known as Mosport) this weekend still in search of its first Tudor United SportsCar Championship of 2015.
The A54 – A537 from Buxton to Macclesfield is the “Cat and Fiddle” named after the pub which lays at the summit, and what must be the most famous road around the Peak District.The road sweeps high into the Peak District National Park and is full of twisty bends and amazing views in what is a stunning area.
As you may have guessed, we love a good video lavished with the sight and sounds of a Porsche – and luckily, our friend and Urban Outlaw Magnus Walker is adept at making quite a few of them.
The Porsche 918 Spyder is an astounding modern-day hypercar: boasting 875bhp in total from its 4.6-litre V8 engine and twin electric motors, the car is capable of launching from 0-62mph in just 2.5-seconds in Weissach Pack guise yet boasts a combined MPG of 94.