Driving on pavement is great and all, but driving on gravel is more fun. But which car built for gravel is the best?
Someone at Tuthill Porsche is a hero. François Delecour drove the team’s Porsche 911 R-GT well enough in shakedown for WRC Rallye Deutschland that he got an ice cream cone. Turns out, that cone can also fit in the shift knob. Drivers love ice cream: fact. This is pure genius.
It turns out that cats like refreshed and refurbished old Porsche 911s as much as humans do.
The latest Chris Harris on Cars tackles a subject very near and dear to my heart: 997-gen Porsche 911 Cup cars, built for the World Rally Championship's RGT class by the universe-saving heroes at Tuthill Porsche. It's a filthy, sideways good time.
Tuthill Porsche has put together a gorgeous trailer for an upcoming documentary on their run in the legendary Safari Rally. While the Safari Rally is no longer on the WRC circuit, it still takes place in its full glory biennially. This past year, Tuthill Porsche entered 17 of their rally prepped Porsches, making it…