Remember the 1967 Porsche 911R? It’s was a stripped-down, lightweight 911 with racing in its name, and rumor has it Porsche is celebrating the model’s 50th Anniversary by selling a limited run of throwback-styled 911s - and they’re already sold out.
The Porsche GT3 has long been regarded as a driver's car. While the results are always staggering, the recipe for GT3 pie is very simple – take a normal 911, ratchet up the cc's and revs, strip out the weight while exaggerating the width and wheelbase, give it cup-car stiff suspension, strap on a huge wing and use…
Since we all agreed that Porsche's new Martini Racing livery is perfect, I'm more than happy to give you more of it.
It's a Saturday afternoon in early February. More than likely, it's cold outside. The Super Bowl isn't until tomorrow. There isn't really any good racing on this weekend.
Nothing gives you quite a sense of how insane it is to take a 400+ horsepower Porsche GT3 rallying than this manic video, shot from the navigator's helmet. It's epic.
We've seen a lot of "small car chases an exotic" ‘Ring vids before, but I've never seen a car with drum brakes passing a Porsche GT3. Watch this 1974 Audi 80 vintage racer go Porsche hunting.
Porsche's Jeff Zwart took his Pikes Peak record-holding 911 GT3 Cup car on the Los Coyotes Indian Reservation east of San Diego. The result? Awesomeness.
The refreshed 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 RS got caught with its pants completely down and we've got the photos to prove it.
What do you get when you cross two expressive companies like Porsche and Nike? You get a very interesting and very bright pair of Nike Air Max Light sneakers.