With a global viral threat continuing its rampage across the human population, it is in the best interest of everyone that we all hunker down and stay home in order to keep ourselves and others safe. While Luft 7 was originally scheduled for May 31st, it is increasingly becoming clear that this coronavirus pandemic will not be remotely close to …Continue to the full article
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Watch This Singer Have An Incredibly Close Call
CODE BROWN! I'm going to need a change of shorts over here, please. When navigating the infamous Tail of the Dragon, one must exercise a little caution. Blind bends and off-camber turns dot the eleven-mile stretch of country road in Deals Gap, North Carolina, and too much gusto can lead to a very costly …Continue to the full article
What Would You Pay For This Porsche ‘Yard Find’?
The idea of a "Barn Find" is all the rage. Especially when it comes to Porsche 356s. How many can actually be left? As has been said before, "the barn find/yard find Porsche is more and more rare every year. The joy is the hunt and the hunt becomes more difficult with each unit unearthed". To add to the mystique of the barn/yard find, Porsches …Continue to the full article
2017 Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance Preview. Porsche Featured Marque!
About the author: Marvin Water's has been involved with the Porsche marque since 1994. He prefers track events but also enjoys showing Porsche's as well. Follow him on Instagram @swiftmotoring The 5th annual Pinehurst Concours d'Elegance (PCDE) is just around the corner, on Saturday May 6. This event quickly separated itself from other …Continue to the full article
Meet Tom Roos, Porsche’s “Suburban In-law”
Porsches are meant to be driven, and that’s a well-known fact. How they are driven – well, that’s a whole ‘nuther thing! This video explores that notion. Tom Roos is passionate about classic Porsches and driving them on two-lane country roads. Why drive the old ones? As Roos explains: “When you are out there in a forty or fifty year-old car, you …Continue to the full article