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1973 Porsche 911S Targa and incredibly rare 1972 911 2.4S up for auction on 4 September as part of the prestigious Salon Privé show in London.
In issue 112 we take a look at the 30, 40, and 50 Jahre anniversary edition Porsche 911s to celebrate half a century of Zuffenhausen’s finest sports cars.
German Porsche modifier expands 991 tuning range to extract 580hp from the latest Porsche 911 Turbo resulting in sub-three-second 0-100kph sprint.
The Porsche 991’s replacement could start a forced induction-only future for the 911 as a painted pre-production car is spotted on the roads in Germany…
How much does the latest generation 911 move the game on? Total 911 considers the new PDK-equipped 991 Carrera and its equivalent predecessor.
Much has changed on Porsche’s GT3 platform, but is the king of the race circuit really dead? We head to a track in Total 911 issue 117 to find out…
As chinks finally showed in Kuba Giermaziak’s armour, a perfect weekend for Earl Bamber at Spa-Francorchamps saw the Kiwi take the championship lead.
It was a successful weekend for Porsche at VIR but, despite the manufacturer success, it was a difficult meeting for Porsche North America Racing.
We sit down with Rob Dickinson, founder of Singer Vehicle Design, to discuss the ingredients for his incredible company’s success on the international stage.
After a month long hiatus, the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup is back with a Belgian bang as the circus heads to the fearsome Spa-Francorchamps.
Porsche North America Racing will have a chance for overall victory this weekend as VIR’s Oak Tree Grand Prix sees only the GT classes take to the track.