Turbocharging did not gain the Boxster and Cayman any fans. The models kindly picked up 911 fans' spare derision when the transaxle cars left production in the mid-1990s, and have carried the torch of poor public perception from their predecessors. Real enthusiasts should only be buying 911s after all, or so the line goes. Despite having something …Continue to the full article
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What Will Porsche’s New Vision GT Car Look Like?
No, Porsche is not creating a new racing series for Marvel's favorite android superhero. Porsche is instead joining the shockingly long list of manufacturers to create a bespoke concept for the Gran Turismo series. When Gran Turismo reached its fifteenth year back in 2013 the developers reached out to manufacturers to create concepts to include in …Continue to the full article
Inside the Brumos Collection’s New Museum
Brumos Racing folded in 2013, and their namesake dealership, Brumos Porsche closed its doors in 2016. In the world of Porsche racing in America though, there are few names more legendary. The institution driven into the psyche of race fans by Peter Gregg and Hurley Haywood spent decades seemingly turning from success to success, and in that time …Continue to the full article
This Porsche 944 Was Neglected For 19 Years, Watch Its Revival!
This 1984 Porsche 944 has been off the road for more than half of its life, and was last registered when it was just 16 years old. After 19 years spent sitting, apparently outside based on the sheer volume of mold and mouse waste, the car was donated to Kars 4 Kids. The car was filthy, not running, and had a stuck brake caliper. Kars 4 Kids was …Continue to the full article
Walter Röhrl Picks His Top Five Porsche Rally Cars
Beware, dear reader, as this is a video that requires some reading. When discussing something as dear to his heart as rally cars, Herr Röhrl tends to stick with his native German. Though the video is in German, the visual language of Porsche racing cars transcends the spoken word, and Herr Röhrl has brought some icons for the latest Top 5 …Continue to the full article
Increasing the Reliability and Cylinder Count of this 944 Track Car in Just 10 Minutes!
Boost Brothers Garage bought a 944 for use as a track car. It's not pretty. It wasn't pretty when they started, and it was possibly less pretty when they finished. In just ten minutes though, the pair went from a relatively-complete looking (but non-running) 944 track car to something rather more peculiar. The car they started with looked faster …Continue to the full article
Is The Taycan Turbo S Too Fast?
We know the Taycan Turbo S. We love the Taycan Turbo S. It's not just another electric car with a quick 0-60 time. It's not just some commuter box that is comfortable and quiet. It's a proper sports car. Forget all that, it's a proper Porsche. This thing has all of the touchstones of a real deal European sports car with just bucket …Continue to the full article
Here’s Everything You Need To Know About The Porsche Formula E Team
Porsche hasn't entered in open-wheel racing as a constructor in decades, or even as an engine supplier since the 1990s. Indeed, Porsche's last appearances as either in Formula 1 were in 1962 and 1991 respectively. The brand withdrew as an engine supplier from Indycar a year earlier in 1991. While Porsche's role in Formula E will be somewhat …Continue to the full article
A 3.2-Swapped 911T is One Man’s Golden Ticket To Car Culture
Before we even discuss the car, let's take a moment to behold Bark Kuyken's garage. We definitely love a good garage- somewhere where each car has some room to breathe. Somewhere that offers the flexibility to hang out, display, or work on your cars is about as good as it gets. To top it all off, Bart's garage is on the upper level of his building. …Continue to the full article
Bringing the 959 and 911 GT2 RS Together: The Pinnacle Of Porsche
Even thirty two years on the little details of the 959 can make other 911-based cars seem pedestrian. Where the GT2 RS is a wild machine covered in scoops, wings, and hyperbole, its floor is mere metal. The 959 separates its occupants from the pavement with nomex. Point, 80s dream machine. It seems that every other trait about the car is similarly …Continue to the full article
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