Factory Porsche 911 RSRs continue to struggle stateside as Bamber and Makowiecki secure sixth at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
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This 1967 Porsche 912 from Beverly Hills Car Club may just be the cheapest way into Porsche ownership, but it is also the biggest restoration project we’ve ever seen…
After the disappointment of Watkins Glen last weekend, Porsche North America Racing will hope to bounce back at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
With the Porsche 911 market having enjoyed a massive period of growth over the last few years, is the age of the entry-level Neunelfer now over?
Once an unloved classic 911, the air-cooled Targa is now a resurgent force in the Porsche marketplace. Total 911 finds out why…
This expertly modified 997 Turbo is capable of 1,000hp, outpacing today’s holy trinity of hypercars well past the magic double-ton
With ever-changing scenery and infinitely challenging road conditions, Iceland’s Route 1 provides one of the world’s most breathtaking drives…
After a two-month break, Porsche North America Racing are back in action for round five of the 2016 WeatherTech USCC, the Six Hours of Watkins Glen.
After shoring up the 996 Carrera’s handling, Lee looks at improving the stopping power on his daily-driven 911
After an incredible journey back and forth across the Atlantic, the last RHD 2.7 RS is back on UK soil. Here are some unseen shots from the latest issue.
This repatriated 1973 Carrera 2.7 RS is a rare barn-find discovery with a turbulent past, as Total 911 investigates in issue 141…
The new Porsche 991 R has put Leichtbau Neunelfers back in the limelight. Here is our countdown of seven of the lightest factory-built 911s of all time.