Why do we love Porsches? I have to believe part of it is the experience I've had that most Porsche-philes are fanatical about something in their life - be it business, design, family, whatever. And a Porsche re... Read More >>
Porsche adds yet another overall victory to Le Mans history today with the 919 hybrid. The #1 car suffered mechanical difficulties and the #2 car was further back in the field. But in endurance racing, it's the... Read More >>
We've all been waiting for the reveal of the not-so-secret GT2 for a while now. We've seen spy shots of it flying around the Nurburgring, of course. So how did Porsche choose to unveil it? And the RS version at... Read More >>
For those of us who haven't sold their hedge fund just yet to invest in vintage cars, driving them electronically may be the closest we're going to get.
But it was frustratingly hard to live out the Por... Read More >>
Nicholas Hunziker, whose art you've surely seen in Panorama and maybe on my feet, is stepping into a tradition but also flipping it on it's head a bit. Instead of painting an "art car", he's instead going to bu... Read More >>
There was once a time when "race car for the road" really meant something. The GT1 class in the mid-90's is when Porsche decided that taking a street car and modifying it for GT1 Class racing wasn't as efficien... Read More >>
The pundits and critics have gotten their mitts on an early GT3 and the footage has been leaking steadily out to YouTube. Here are a few early looks. Interestingly, the manual transmission cars won't be made un... Read More >>
The Central PA region hosts quite an event each year for the past 41 years.
"This is without exaggeration the largest event of its kind on the planet. It typically brings nearly 650 vendors, around 1,000 Porsc... Read More >>
Spare the rod, spoil the...Cayenne? I'm not sure that's exactly what I was taught as a child. But it must have been similar because watching this Cayenne tackle mud and ruts and hills and rocks...even some tarm... Read More >>