I’m a pretty voracious reader. I have fairly eclectic tastes and tend to read all sorts of different genres when it comes to books. However, when it comes to my Porsche, I don’t have a huge amount of choices. Today’s post is a listing of the resources, I'm aware of, (in Magazine format) for the Porsche fan. What I’m hoping is that you, loyal …Continue to the full article
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Porsche Recalling Almost 19,000 Cayennes Globally for Problems With Fuel Line
Stuttgart. Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, is rearranging the fuel line in the engine compartment of 18,856 vehicles of the Cayenne model worldwide. This affects vehicles which were produced between November 30, 2006 and January 18, 2008. …Continue to the full article
Results for the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet in Robb Report’s Car of the Year Contest!
I don’t know how many of you read the Robb Report, but I’ve always enjoyed it as both motivation to work smarter and for the preposterously pricey toys they review (not to mention the analogies some of the editors choose can only be appreciated by those with a net worth well into the 8 figure range). Anyway, the results of the Robb Report’s Car of …Continue to the full article
If You’re Going to Drive Fast in a Porsche…
In yesterday’s post I talked about driving a Porsche at 150 Mph. What I didn’t talk about were the risks involved with that, to both myself and others. So, if today’s post comes off a little bit preachy, I apologize in advance. It’s not meant to be that way. Prior to my drive up Rte 9 in Canada the fastest I had ever been in a car was 137 …Continue to the full article
How Fast Have you Driven in Your Porsche?
Okay, all the safety Nazi’s should stop reading at this point as I’m going to talk about a not so safe topic – breaking the speed limit (feel free to come back tomorrow when I explain a few precautionary pointers if you must drive fast). Yes, I admit it; I have driven faster than the posted speed limit. I have done so frequently and …Continue to the full article
With new Release Porsche Improves on the Already Great GT3 RSR
It's tough to improve on perfection, but Porsche seems to have done it again with the newest release of their already mighty GT3 RSR. Singificant Improvements include: Significant improvement to front-end aerodynamics Extensive Suspension upgrade to improve handling and grip New Transmission derived from the RS Spyder …Continue to the full article
Porsche Culture. Good for the Brand? You Decide?
UPDATE: As it turns out, a number of you found this page to be fairly funny. As a result, it's been getting hit quite frequently. Thanks to everyone for visiting. The latest and final update in this little sidebar is available here. …Continue to the full article
Time for a Change!
I’ve been writing this blog now for two months. In that time I’ve made new friends, met new people, had interesting conversations with readers through email and from commenting here on the site. In addition, I’ve learned quite a bit more about Porsche the brand and the people that associate themselves with it, and most importantly, learned what I …Continue to the full article
Own a Piece of Rock History. Maybe? Ebay Find of the Month.
Imagine driving Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett's Porsche 911 C4 jamming to Metallica on the stereo he paid $20,000 for back in 1990. Kirk's car stereo was featured in one of the Car and Driver type magazines (I've not been able to track down the exact details and Kirk just doesn't remember.) This collectors dream is a direct descendent of the awe …Continue to the full article
Results of This Week’s Poll: “What Was the Best Car Movie Ever?”
At the beginning of the week I asked you What was the Best Car Movie Ever Made? I gave you my criteria and 10 choices. The poll received a total of 94 votes and showed a very clear winner. The results are below. Not surprisingly (this is a Porsche site after all) Le Mans won quite easily with 39 votes or 41%. Pretty much tied for a very …Continue to the full article
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