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60 years of the Porsche 911 – the competition history
- 50 years ago, Hurley Haywood and Peter Gregg drove their brand-new Brumos Porsche 911 Carrera RSR to an unexpected overall at the Daytona 24 Hours. Our famous columnist looks back on that day in 1973 that changed his career.
- Jacky Ickx talks Moby Dick, ‘Baby’ 935 and how he took Porsche and the 911 into the desert in the Paris – Dakar rally.
- In 1966, Eberhard Mahle was the first driver to take a championship in a 2-litre 911. In his red 911, we go back to the Schauinsland hill climb in Germany, where Mahle won the European hill climb championship.
- We tear up and down the world’s most famous driveway in front of Goodwood House in R7, the 1973 Martini Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 that claimed fourth overall at Le Mans.
- It does not get more impressive than this. Behind the wheel of the 1997 Porsche GT1 Evo, the car that looked like it was set to win Le Mans until…
- The Carrera Cup is the cornerstone of Porsche’s commitment to racing with the 911. We drive the ones that started it all, the 964 and the 993. With Harald Grohs, we look back on these, the last of the air-cooled Cup cars.
- Porsche did not have the best of track records at the Nürburgring 24 Hours, run on the mythical Nordschleife. That was, until Manthey Racing got serious. With first the ‘Dicke’ 996 and later with Grello, a new myth was born.
- Porsche 911 S Safari. In 1971, Björn Waldegaard spearheaded Porsche’s first big effort to win the gruelling East African Safari rally. The Swede was leading until he crashed out. His 911 S was considered lost for many years, until German restorer Ingo Stimming bought a shell and started uncovering its secrets.
- 997 R-GT. Together with specialists Tuthill Porsche, we look at the 997 as a rally car.
- And of course, the regular columns from Hurley Haywood, Steve Soper and Christian Geistdörfer.