We love onboard videos. We also love interesting camera placements. Rear-facing cameras are fantastic for one big reason that’s often ignored: you can get a good look at all the people spinning out and causing mayhem behind you! »
The Porsche 930 is quite possibly the ultimate Porsche 911 Turbo experience, blending together art and science in a classic, beautiful package. »
Singer Vehicle Design has always had a thing for citrus, what with their trademark orange tachometers, but one of their latest creations is a tangerine dream. This Singer 911 is orange inside and out, and proof that even the most retro shades can be worn so well by the right car.
You may not know what Accumoto Motorsport is. But you’ll want to. And one day, I have a feeling everyone who loves Porsches will know the work they do. »
We’ve all seen eleven trillion billion laps of the Nürburgring Nordschleife, but they’re all usually in the same direction. What does it look like in the other direction? Participants in a special stage of the Rallye Köln-Ahrweiler got a chance to find out.
Just your average 911. Except with all-wheel drive. And more power. And more expensive. And with the coolest roof on the planet.
Nick Tandy won Le Mans earlier this year in a Porsche prototype, which makes sense because prototype cars win these races. Nick Tandy just won a rainy Petit Le Mans in a Porsche 911 GT car. That’s not supposed to happen. In fact, it’s the first time it’s ever happened. »
If there’s one great thing about Porsche’s numerous Carrera Cup series, it’s the close racing that comes from having everyone in the same car. For Joffrey De Narda at today’s Carrera Cup France race, perhaps it was a bit too close, as Jules Gounon’s 911 ramped right onto the roof of his 911.
If there’s one thing that’s great about the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge, it’s that they run a variety of otherwise normal cars that were prepared for race duty. This Bodymotion Racing Porsche 911, for example, still has its road car key to prove it.
Good news, ladies and gentlemen! Friday is upon us once again, and that means the time has come for Letters to Doug, a weekly column wherein you provide the letter and I provide the Doug. »