These kinds of lemons squeeze you. 1. 2001-2005 Porsche 911 and Boxster The engines in both 911 and Boxster models between 2001 and 2005 had a tiny little problem that could cause them to go from sports
Porsche has done everything they can to prepare for Sebring. The 12 Hours of Sebring is gnarly. There are sections of Sebring Raceway that have remained unchanged since WWII. Despite being only half the
Supercar performance, raucous V8 engines, and four doors. These five sedans don't look like supercars. They have no carbon tubs or active aerodynamic tricks that make them look like low-flying spacecraft.
Different approaches for different generations. Spectacular results all the same. If you want my respect, show me an amazing racing photo. Show me that you can make art with a bunch of people telling where
A Porsche F1 wouldn't have been without precedent. In a recent interview with the UK's AUTOSPORT, Porsche's R&D head Wolfgang Hatz revealed that, if the firm's trip to Le Mans this year had been thwarted,
A faulty con rod fastener is to blame. In case you hadn't heard, Porsche was recently forced to recall every example of the 2014 911 GT3 after two European owners reported engine fires. Can you imagine