The Tudor United SportsCar Championship heads north this weekend for its latest race, held at an iconic venue famous for Grand Prix racing in the Seventies.
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Porsche may already build cars in Leipzig and Osnarbrück, but moving production of the 911 from its spiritual home will impact on its appeal, Lee says.
It’s Porsche works driver, Mark Webber, and the 1998 Le Mans-winning Porsche 911 GT1-98. Do we need to say any more? Watch the video now.
The unconventional top-down experience has been going strong for nearly as long as the Porsche 911 Coupé. Total 911 brings you a potted history of the Targa.
This 3.0-litre 911 RSR helped Porsche dominate the GT racing scene in the mid-Seventies. Post racing-career, its life has been no less remarkable as Total 911 finds out in issue 115.
Looking for something to adorn your desk, or maybe something to race around the living room floor? Then check out our collection of pint-sized Porsche 911s.
This excellent video from Brumos Porsche charts the journey of the five B59 Edition Porsche 911 Carrera GTS built by Porsche Exclusive in 2011.
UK-based Porsche 911 specialist becomes official seller and installer of high-performance brake components from PFC, official Supercup brake supplier.
The Silverstone Grand Prix circuit played host to round four of the 2014, a race that saw a new Porsche Supercup winner take to the top step of the podium.
The Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup heads to the home of Total 911 for round four of the 2014 season. Can Ben Barker triumph in his own backyard?
Watch the Porsche 991 Turbo S’s rear axle steering in action as we take the 560hp, twin-turbocharged 911 on a run through the autotest course during the 2014 St Mawes Classic Car Festival.
The Porsche 997 GT3 RS 4.0 was a brilliant finale to the ‘Mezger’ GT3 dynasty. But is it the last patron of the traditional RS as we know it?