The standout differences between the Corvette and the Carrera, likely the two most economically matched in this lineup, aren't all that standout—they take a little bit of closer inspection. The awkward body language Sport Auto test driver Christian Gebhardt shows in the Chevy, particularly under braking, which suggests there's something less than …Continue to the full article
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How Does A Porsche 911 Carrera S Hold Up In A Drag Race Against A Chevy Corvette and a Toyota Supra?
This is a lineup that should draw gearheads of all stripes. The Porsche Carrera and the Chevrolet Corvette are forever compared as they're probably the best value vehicles at their price point. The latest version of Toyota's Supra joins the fray with power similar to the Porsche's and a price not far off the Chevrolet's. The best of the mid-tier …Continue to the full article
Will The New Mid-Engine Corvette Tempt You Away From Porsche?
The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette was launched on Thursday night and has already set the world of sports cars ablaze. It's got a very interesting set of specifications that aims it squarely at Porsche's iconic 911 for about the price of Porsche's 718. It's unlikely that the interior or driving dynamics will be quite as refined as the Teutonic …Continue to the full article
How Much Does LS-Swapping a 911 Truly Cost?
For people tired of the M96 or want their 996 to outrun a few more cars in a straight line, the LS swap is appealing. While the swap is considered to be a cost-effective alternative for the hot rodder or the blasphemer, the custom work required to have an American V8 running smoothly in the back on a 911 can cause the conversion costs to …Continue to the full article
Is A Mid-Engine Corvette Enough To Tempt You Away From Porsche?
The above image is a Corvette Forum rendering of the mid-engine 8th generation Corvette alleged to be launching at the 2019 Detroit show in January. The front-engine Corvette has been a mainstay of the American performance market since the 1950s, and some models have been compared favorably to contemporary 911s throughout the years. Built in …Continue to the full article
A Porsche Fan’s Guide To The 2016 24 Hours Of Le Mans
Porsche is running four factory-backed cars at Le Mans next weekend (2 in LMP1 and 2 in LMGTE-Pro), and they'll be joined by five additional privateer-run efforts(1 in LMGTE-Pro and 4 LMGTE-Am). Porsche fans like you or I should be excited at the prospects Porsche has this year to win the whole shooting match once again. Coming off one of the most …Continue to the full article
Porsche’s Results And Pictures From The 2016 Long Beach Grand Prix
This weekend's "BUBBA Burger Sports Car Grand Prix at Long Beach" (yes, that is the event's full name), ended with one Porsche 911 RSR in the penalty box, and the other at the top of the podium. It was a strange set of circumstances that led to such a result, and if you didn't catch the race, you'll want to read along to see just how that happened. …Continue to the full article
Watch The Crash That Took The Lead Porsche and Corvette Out Of Contention At Sebring
The No. 911 Porsche of Kevin Estre and the No. 3 Corvette of Jan Magnussen were knocked out of yesterday's competition after a hard crash in turn 1. Both Porsche and Corvette were fighting for the lead coming out of turn 17 when the the pair split a GTD Audi down the main straight. Magnussen had the dry line, next to the pit wall, and Estre was on …Continue to the full article