The Lesser Known Slantnose

In 1981, Porsche introduced the 'flachbau' option, commonly known as the Slantnose, for the 930 911 Turbo. It featured a flat nose reminiscent of the 935 Group 5 racecars, most famous of which is likely the whale tail adorned 'Moby Dick'. Fewer than 1000 cars were ordered with the option. » 3/09/14 9:59am 3/09/14 9:59am

Bikes And Porsches, Getting Along

We'll put our money on the Porsche 935 in Martini livery, if only for the vastly superior aerodynamic advantage. Although, that guy's sporting a pretty nice beard. Choices. [gasandrubber] » 11/03/10 9:30am 11/03/10 9:30am

Go Faster: The Coffee-Table Book Of Racing-Car Art

Go Faster is a book written by a German university professor on the glory of racing-car graphic design. It looks ferociously cool. Gulf Oil livery, spray-painted models, and cool design-geek video below. » 3/05/10 8:30am 3/05/10 8:30am

Invasion Of The Porsche 356 Racers!

Pacific Northewest-based race photographer and Datsun 510 racer VintageRacer has continued to send us plenty of great action shots, and now it's time to share a few.
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Happiness is a Hot Monza

In our estimation, the two finest cards of the day at the Monterey Historics fell on Sunday — the resurrection of the Canadian-American Challenge Cup and the retro IMSA class (aka Group 7b in Historics parlance) are the two wish-we'd-been-there, can't-miss events of the weekend. And since commenter jrhmobile requested… » 8/20/07 5:15pm 8/20/07 5:15pm

Thar She Blows! Twin-Turbo Moby Dick Porsche 935

With 750+ horsepower cracking from a flat-six thanks to creative use of turbocharging and Bosch mechanical injection, the Porsche 935 represents the apex of crazed eighties IMSA Group 5 twin-turbo gas huffing mayhem. The Porsche brain trust produced many variants of the 935 six-banger in answer to the ever changing… » 3/02/07 3:30pm 3/02/07 3:30pm