If you thought choreography was just for dancing, you’ve clearly never seen a quick pit stop. Here are a few up-close shots of IMSA Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge team CJ Wilson Racing fueling and swapping out drivers and wheels on their Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport.
CJ Wilson Racing driver Danny Burkett is at his home race at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park this weekend. For qualifying, he donned one of his older racing suits that is so Canadian, it makes me want to chug maple syrup and duct tape two K-Cars together for the Possum Lodge.
We know the Porsche Cayman GT4 is one of the best track-ready cars that money can buy. It’s got the big motor, a stick shift, and GT3 components all packed into a mid-engine platform. But how does it compare to the actual race-car version, the GT4 Clubsport? We joined our friends from CJ Wilson Racing at Willow…
You can have your fancy supercar with its air conditioning and its heated, massing seats. For $165,000, I’ll take this Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport, a helmet, a Nomex suit and a prayer that I’ll stay away from walls.
The M2 is BMW’s latest offering from its storied M Division and could possibly overtake its iconic M3 as the enthusiasts favorite BMW. At least until the rumored M2 CSL arrives. Porsche has a similar car among its ranks, the Cayman GT4, which has won over the hearts of Porsche enthusiasts from the iconic 911. So both…
When the Porsche Cayman GT4 came around earlier this year, there were whispers that the new car could outshine the 911 GT3. With only the option of a manual transmission, the GT4 entered the scene boasting 385 horsepower and top speed of 183 mph. The car does borrow from its Porsche relative, the 911, by virtue of its
Porsche took the already awesome Cayman GT4 one step further by developing a full on racer Clubsport version. Gone is the manual gearbox, but those paddle shifters will only make it faster around the track.
The Porsche Cayman GT4 is a car we've been waiting for since the Clinton administration. Now we've driven it. Can it possibly live up to our expectations? Let's find out.
The Porsche 911 GT3 is a beast, wailing down the road with an incredible 9000 RPM engine. In terms of suspension refinement and adjustability, though, it might be one-upped by its little sibling, the Cayman GT4. Here's how.
In proof that Porsche loves us and wants us to be happy, they didn't just slap "GT4" badges on the back of the latest, greatest Cayman for the lulz. According to Sportscar365, they're going to build a race car out of it.
The Porsche Cayman GT4 comes with what appears to be an additional foot pedal next to the ordinary gas and brake pedals. Not only that, there's sort of strange lever rising out between the seats. What are these mysterious features? Automotive journalist Chris Harris got to the bottom of the matter.
The Porsche Cayman GT4 is a car we've already determined is better than sex without even driving it. But the poor little Boxster has to feel a little left out, right? Well, maybe not.
The Porsche Cayman GT4 is the mid-engine, manual transmission-only gift to gearheads we've been waiting on for nearly a decade, and now you can build your own. Naturally, be careful with the options boxes.
The Porsche Cayman GT4 debuted last night to universal excitement over its raucous performance, manual-only transmission, and super speedy 'Ring time. Except... did Porsche fake its debut video running the Nürburgring?
Behold! The Cayman we've been waiting for! The GT4 has everything we've ever wanted in Porsche's mid-engine sled. It has the 991-derived 3.8-liter flat six, components shared with the GT3, and only one transmission option: a manual. Oh, and it ripped through the Nürburgring in 7:40 – right on par with the last-gen 911…