Not Even The Prettiest Aircooled Porsche 911s Are Above Ripping Rad Dirt Donuts

Gif: autokennel (YouTube)

The Hill Country Rallye is an annual gathering for aircooled Porsches on the twisty roads of central Texas, and this year’s event brought out 130 of the best cars on the planet. Even with one of the most coveted cars on the planet, the siren song of a gravel parking lot must be answered.

AutoKennel drove their Irish Green Porsche 911 named “La Tortuga” to the event and cut together a cool little video of their trip. But true Porsche greatness comes in at around 7:40 in the video. There’s a lot of beautiful Porsches in this rallye but the red and green cars definitely look like they had the most fun.

Drive your Porsches, people. Otherwise, I’ll be forced to steal your keys and make the donuts. That’s just how it works.

[H/T Brad’s Not Here Today]

Moderator, OppositeLock. Former Staff Writer, Jalopnik. 1984 "Porschelump" 944 race car, 1971 Volkswagen 411 race car, 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS.

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isignedinwiththegoogle
Isignedinwiththegoogle

“Drive your Porsches, people. Otherwise, I’ll be forced to steal your keys and make the donuts. That’s just how it works. “

No worries here. I drive the ever living crap out of my ‘86. I add about 10-12k miles per year and that includes sitting for the bulk of our shitty winter (Calgary). What is more those miles sometimes include dirt and certainly donuts.

I even regularly use it on a 190 mile commute to our place in BC through Banff Park and Kootenay Park. That is the BEST. Windows down (no AC) and twisty roads through the Rockies.