At the Porsche Experience Centre in Leipzig, Derek Bell and his colleagues encountered the winning car from the 1982 24 Hours of Le Mans, with chassis number 956-002.
On The Road
The IMSA race at Road Atlanta will be held on Saturday October 1st. You can watch it on NBC, USA Network or on Peacock Live.
This year marked the 50th year of IMSA racing at the IMSA Northeast Grand Prix at Lime Rock Park, with some of the best race day weather we have had in a few years.
The 963 has a V8 turbo engine from the 918 Spyder and electric assist, for a total of 680 HP. Anyone can buy one as they will be available after the 1st year of racing. You can buy one for your garage for a mere $2.9 million.
The seventh running of the Rennsport Reunion will be back at the WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in 2023. Porsche promises that ‘fans of all ages will get to experience exciting racing action with vintage and contemporary Porsche race cars on track.’
April 16th was the last IMSA race at Long Beach, California, a street circuit 1.968 miles long, with 11 turns.
Porsche motorsport legend Vic Elford passed away at his home in Florida on March 13th. GTD racing continues.
Porsche customer teams, at the end of January, took on the 24 Hours of Daytona at the Daytona International Speedway in two classes, GTD-Pro and GTD.
Along with the New Year, there is a new Porsche model and a new racing season. Walt explores the new 2022 Cayenne Platinum Edition and gears up for the Rolex 24 hours.
Last month we asked the question, this month we’ve got the answer. The new Porsche is…
Can you identify which new Porsche this is?
An IMSA race at Road America, the Porsche “Air Cooled” exhibit and Porsche lawn show at Saratoga Springs and the 24 hours of Le Mans.
On July 16-17th, 2021 CVR and PCA had the Porscheplatz and car corral at the NorthEast Grandprix held at lime Rock Park. It was great to get together and see many of my friends, their Porsches, and racing again.
It was 50 years ago in April when Porsche entered it’s first IMSA race. Where were you?
It happened again. The leading Corvette and BWM crash under a yellow flag, and Porsche becomes the winner in GTLM, its fourth Consecutive GTLM victory at Sebring.
This year at the 59th Rolex 24 at Daytona, there will be NO Porsche factory team.