We create and curate as much Porsche content as we can here on FLATSIXES.com. With information coming from so many direction, even we miss things at times, like the video below. Originally published over 1-year ago, it's still worth watching today. In fact, it's another fantastic example of how driving skill/technique can overcome even massive …Continue to the full article
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We originally posted the video below to our Facebook page last week and people seemed to really enjoy it. At some point the youtube poster removed the video and we heard from people on FB that they had heard about it, but couldn't find it so we decided to post it up here. The video above really speaks for itself. A Nissan 350Z (said to …Continue to the full article
The McLaren P1 and the Porsche 918 Spyder are two of the quickest supercars on the planet. But which is the fastest? Our friends at EVO put together this epic track battle and the results are incredibly close. What did you think? Was it a fair comparison? Notice anything about the configuration of the 918 during its timed lap? What …Continue to the full article
At first it may seem strange to have a head-to-head comparison using the same model Porsche against itself. However, there's a major difference you can't see from the outside. One Cayman has a manual gearbox and the other comes equipped with PDK. Which one is best? Let's find out. I think the second half of the video would be more …Continue to the full article
For the past 3 years Motor Trend has lined up 10 of the world's fastest cars on a deserted airstrip and raced them to see which manufacturer could claim bragging rights. This year's race includes an Alfa Romeo 4C, a BMW i8 and M4, a Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, a Ford Fiesta ST, a Jaguar F-Type R Coupe, a Nissan GT-R Nismo, a Porsche 911 Turbo S, a …Continue to the full article
The Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Roadster is the convertible version of the British manufacturer's best and most desirable model. But does it compare favorably to the brilliantly resolved Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet? Our friends at Autocar put them to the test to find out. What results is perhaps the most ambiguous comparison result we've seen yet. …Continue to the full article
I genuinely enjoy the additional Porsche models that are decidedly “less sporty” – if only because they’re so darn successful (the Cayenne is Porsche’s best-selling model in the US) that they basically bankroll R&D efforts toward more exciting things, like the 918 Spyder, and the 991 Turbo S. Given the Cayenne’s success, many were very anxious …Continue to the full article
Chris Harris has too much fun, I tell you. Sure, he'll whine a bit about the work, the weather and the time in this video, but look what and where he get's to drive! In this episode of /DRIVE Chris takes the Porsche 911 GT3, Aston Martin V12 Vantage S and Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black Series around the track at Anglesey Circuti on the west coast of …Continue to the full article
Over the years we've seen a lot here at FLATSIXES.com. We've seen other sports car manufacturers use the 911 as a benchmark to compare their cars to, we've seen companies like Mini try to goad Porsche into a race, we've seen a 911 race a jet liner, we've even seen a Cayenne rear-end a lawn tractor. This, however, is the first time we've seen a …Continue to the full article
It seems like everyone is after Porsche 911 customers. It used to be that Nissan was the most noted Porsche 911 competitor (or at least the company that wanted to be thought of that way). However, Corvette announced earlier this year that they would actively seek to try and convert 911 customers to GM customers and the new Jaguar F-Type pops up …Continue to the full article