Porsche 'ponders Formula One return'
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German sports car manufacturer Porsche is considering a return to Formula One and racing under its own name as it last did in the 1960s, it was reported. According to the Financial Times Deutschland, Porsche, which is the majority shareholder in Volkswagen, is considering plans to return to Formula One. More
The week our light shines on a 1972 Kremer Inspired 911T owned by Jack McAllister. We catch up with Jack at the Porscheplatz during the 2010 PETIT LEMANS. Video here
Use your smartphone to access Porsche Panorama video
Don’t forget to download the free smartphone app to read "bar code" tags in the current issue of Panorama. At the end two stories you'll find a square tag. Snap a picture of it with your smartphone and you’ll be taken to a video related to the story you're reading. Here's how it works: Get the free Microsoft Tag Reader through your smartphone browser by going to http://gettag.mobi. Open the tag reader, snap a photo of the tag printed in the magazine and you’ll be automatically taken to the associated video. No worries if you don't have a smartphone. Click here to see the 1987 McLaren-Porsche F1 car. And click here to see Patrick Long drive the GT3 R Hybrid. More
Honoring 'the King of the Ring'
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Twenty-five years ago, a 27-year-old German driver named Stefan Bellof lost control of his Porsche 956 on a dowhhill turn at a track in Belgium and hit a wall. A fire erupted. An hour later, he was pronounced dead. Those who knew him and had watched him race weren't entirely surprised. Mr. Bellof had, in his short career, become a sensation for his ability to shave fractions of seconds off lap times by riding closer to the edge of physics, if not sanity, than almost any other driver. If he'd lived, many think he would have been a Formula 1 champion. More
Evolution of the Porsche super-car
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Cold-starting the 1960 Porsche 356B Carrera 2000 GT, the report from the racing exhaust sounds like the noon-hour cannon blast at Kingston's Fort Henry. The explosions continue, bam-pause-bam-pause-bam, as Porsche Museum master mechanic Kuno Werner revs the motor until it's sufficiently warm to idle on its own. More
First win for Jelley as Harvey claims title
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Stephen Jelley drove a superb race at Brands Hatch which saw him take his first Porsche Carrera Cup GB win after dominating the race from pole position. Tim Harvey was gifted his second PCCGB title after main rival Michael Caine spun coming out of Graham Hill bend. More
Hybrid Porsche introduces art of highway 'sailing' for $68,000
Almost a decade ago Porsche fashioned a bunch of its parts into the Cayenne sports utility vehicle, turning around the company's bottom line and transforming purists into an angry mob. Today, with some 280,000 Cayennes around the world, most people will easily identify it as a Porsche. More
The New TechArt Magnum to premiere in Switzerland
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The Auto Zurich Car Show will be the stage of the world premiere of the new TechArt Magnum. The TechArt individualization program for the Porsche Cayenne will be shown from Nov. 11-14, 2010. The distinctive individualization program for the Porsche Cayenne wrote a unique success story. Now TechArt gives the current model Cayenne a unique and powerful appearance -- dynamic, confident and strong. More
10 tips to carve your own Porsche pumpkin
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Are you a Porsche nut? Want to tell the rest of the world (or at least remind your neighbors) about your passion this Halloween? You could dress up your favorite Porsche in some type of costume, maybe even cover your Porsche in chocolate and make it a treat for an extremely lucky kid, but we wouldn't recommend it (after all, imagine the mess). Here's a much more appropriate homage to our favorite marque just in time for Halloween. More
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