Top six Porsches from the Total 911 Awards
Whether you attended the inaugural Total 911 Awards or not, you’ll no doubt have seen that there was some delectable Zuffenhausen metal on display. We’ve picked out our six favourites:
Our first pick may not be a Porsche 911 but it isn’t everyday that you get to be up close and personal with a car that competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. This ex-Kremer Racing example finished fourth in 1987.
Even now, nearly two-and-a-half years after its release, the latest Porsche 911 GT3 continues to thrill us. While its 9,000rpm redline needs to you be moving to experience, it still looks great standing still, especially in Sapphire Blue.
Porsche never put the 993 Speedster into production (although two were built by the factory). This has meant that some have felt the need to do what Zuffenhausen didn’t. Ninemeister’s interpretation is one of the best in both looks and execution.
With such limited availability, the new Porsche 991 GT3 RS is a rare spot, especially in the UK where the majority of cars still haven’t been delivered yet. This Clubsport-equipped version in Lava Orange looked sensational.
Does it get any better than a Porsche 993 Carrera RS Clubsport in Speed Yellow? It is no wonder that this example from hosts, Hexagon Modern Classics was sold before guests even arrived for the Total 911 Awards.
A 993 Speedster may be rare but a 901 Cabriolet is even rarer. This is the sole surviving prototype, complete with myriad scares from its tough life hacking around Zuffenhausen. It was a fitting centrepiece for our inaugural awards ceremony.