Rather, it shows the charming lack of evolution.
What could make a wide-hipped, big-winged classic Porsche 911 even better? Situating it within a bright red outline of itself. It’s like a magical halo of Bruce.
In the car world today, nothing is more desirable than a vintage Porsche 911. And this owner knows it.
Here’s Patrick Simon driving the Rothmans Porsche 911 SCRS at the snowy Grand-Prix circuit of the Nürburgring. The lucky bastard.
The No. 73 Park Place Motorsports Porsche 911 somehow got routed through the infield access roads to reach its own garage for service. Patrick Lindsey had to be push-started before heading in for repairs, at which point he battled several fans’ cars for position.
I guess the best thing about a Porsche 996 RSR is that with a little effort, you can turn one into the most hardcore road legal GT3 RS ever. With a six-speed manual, naturally.
Two cars that are ostensibly the same -yet very very divergent to the discerning enthusiast. Two diecast manufacturers that aim to faithfully recreate these two legends-in-their-own-rights, and in some ways they succeed in accomplishing this is very different way. On this Saturday, shall we compare these two 1/18s?…
Porsche 911s are more commonly seen in sportscar racing series today, so it may come as a surprise that the first 911 Porsche ever raced participated in the Rallye Monte-Carlo—an event that is now part of the grueling World Rally Championship! Yes, Porsche 911s even look fantastic with a spotlight for a hat.
Race cars in the evening fog are magical. Here’s the Frikadelli Racing Porsche 911 GT3 R giving off an otherwordly glow during the Roar Before the Rolex 24.
Rudy Mancinas is a Texan wishing to have a 964 and a 993 Porsche 911 in each color Stuttgart offered it in the catalog. And judging by eGarage’s film, he is getting there just fine.
The guy who owns one of the seven right-hand drive 993 GT2s says it’s a car that looks like it’s gonna do you in, drives like it’s gonna do you in, and that’s just how a fast 911 should be.
Watching a rally-prepped Porsche 911 splash through the woods is pretty great. The only thing that could possibly make a video of it better, however, is envisioning the thought process behind the production of this video. Slow-motion of a rally-prepped Porsche? Pretty great. Slow-motion of, well, everything, even a…
No music. No British car reviewer screaming in your ear about steering feel. No commentary whatsoever. It’s just the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS, flat out.
Once again, Jeff Zwart’s flame-spitting turbocharged Porsche 911 GT3 Cup tackled one of the most beautiful places on earth: Pikes Peak. This year, Zwart aimed for a feat only 12 drivers had ever done in the 99 years of the 12.42-mile Pikes Peak International Hill Climb: a sub-10-minute time up the mountain.
[Winter sucks. Why not watch Porsches race through the palms of Bahrain instead? Here’s the No. 91 Porsche Team Manthey and No. 77 Dempsey Proton Racing Porsche 911s at the World Endurance Championship season finale this year. Is the offseason over yet? Photo credit: Porsche]
When racing fans all over the world know of a Porsche dealership in Florida, you know you’ve done something right with a livery. Sadly, we probably won’t be seeing Brumos Porsche’s iconic red, white and blue stripes on cars for much longer, as Sportscar365 reports that the dealership group has been sold.
This is possibly the most rich person thing I have ever seen.
Take a scrap Porsche 911 shell that would have otherwise ended up as raw material for toasters and stuff a Volkswagen TDI engine in the rear, and we’ll love your LeMons team forever. Destroy the car’s front end but make it back on track after only two and a half hours and you’re gunning for Repair of the Year.