The man responsible for the team that developed the new GT3, Andreas Preuninger, describes what makes the new model so special for the driver.
Rennsport Reunion IV honored Porsche’s motorsports heritage by bringing together historic race cars from around the world to do what they were made to do: perform.
Porsche recently presented the Panamera Sport Turismo concept car to show how amazingly intelligent and efficient drive technology might look in the design language of tomorrow. Learn more about the designer’s point of view behind the car in this video.
It’s not often that Patrick Long has time to relax. The three-time ALMS GT2 Driver’s Champion and Le Mans winner is Porsche’s only American Factory Driver. When at the Porsche Sport Driving School at Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama, Patrick took the opportunity to help fellow Porsche driver Hurley Haywood with one of his morning routines: Fetching a cup of coffee as fast as possible.
Watch as Porsche engineers rigorously test the all-new 2012 Carrera 911 in South Africa and the Arctic Circle. Our engineers took the car on the most demanding road trips imaginable while in the most punishing of climates. They pushed the test vehicles to operating extreme months before the cars global debut. Why? To guarantee that the seventh-generation 2012 Carrera 911 will perform to Porsche Standards on the German Autobahn, interstate highway in the U.S. and anywhere else a car’s owner might be.
Porsche Cars North America held an internal contest to send seven employees to accompany American LeMans champion, Melanie Snow to the Carrera World Cup race at the Nurburgring.
The Porsche Sport Driving School – USA isn’t just for novices, and it isn’t just for veteran drivers either; it’s for anyone with a love of performance vehicles and a desire to learn something new and exciting.
Two minute promotional spot produced for Porsche Cars North America.
Chef Angelo Sosa from the hit TV show Top Chef cooks a healthy driver’s meal for Porsche Works Driver Patrick Long.
This week-end’s Daytona edition ended with yet another victory for Porsche. A pair of 911 GT3 Cup cars scored a double win in GT. Learn more about the special relationship between Daytona and the 911 in this video.
Michael Mauer discussed his newly designed 918 RSR, Porsche’s 918 based race car with proven flywheel technology from the GT3 R Hybrid. Revealed at the North American International Auto Show, Jan 2010.
The Porsche Carrera GTS in Palm Springs California on the international press drive. Jörg Bergmeister compares the new Carrera GTS to his Flying Lizard GT3 RSR, referencing how the technology and refinement found on the racetrack trickles down to the production cars.
The new Porsche Cayman R World Debut from the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show.
New footage of Jeff in one of his shakedown runs in the 911 GT3 in preparation for his record setting Pike’s Peak hillclimb. »
Porsche’s racing laboratory, the 911 GT3 R Hybrid, with 24 Hours of Le Mans champions Timo Bernhard/Mike Rockenfeller (both Germany) and Romain Dumas (France) aboard, was the 18th best finisher in a starting field of 41 cars. »
Porsche Cars North America, Inc., is taking the stress out of Fashion Week with its own unique style statements – the 2011 Porsche Panamera and Porsche Cayenne. Beginning Sept. 9, Porsche chauffeurs are whisking busy models from the iconic white tents at Lincoln Center to the Smartwater Model Lounge at Gansevoort Park Avenue South. Along the way, models can strike a pose of utter relaxation in Porsche’s spacious ‘sports car for four,’ the Panamera — or kick off their stilettos in the equally sporty 2011 Porsche Cayenne.
Location: New York, NY
Patrick Long gets behind the wheel of a 1960 Porsche 356B 2000 GS Carrera GT and drives on the world famous back roads of Monterey California. »
Established in 2009 by Napleton Porsche of Westmont, Illinois, the Cayman Interseries is North America’s only auto racing championship featuring the exclusive use of the 320-horsepower Porsche Cayman S. »
Sunday March 21 2010 – Over 100 Porsches parade through the city streets of Atlanta to the Allure of the Automobile exhibit at the High Museum of Art. The event brings out Porsche’s biggest star, the Type 64 – the car that started it all for the company. On hand for the event is the CEO of Porsche Cars of North America, Detlev von Platen. Also included in the parade is the first 2010 GT3 RS in the United States.
The 2010 12 Hours of Sebring marks the 50th anniversary of Hans Herrmann’s victory at the legendary event in his 1960 Porsche RS 60. This year, the pair of Flying Lizard Porsche GT3 RSRs are on hand to defend their 2009 championship title.
Jörg Bergmeister and Patrick Long, both Porsche factory drivers, discuss what its like to race at Sebring and to be part the Porsche driver legacy. It was a close battle in GT2 last year between the Lizards and Corvette Racing, making this year all that more important.
The 48th running of the Rolex 24 at Daytona marks the 42nd anniversary of Vic Elford’s victory in the Porsche 907, Porsche’s first 24 hour endurance win. »
Driving a Porsche Boxster Spyder on two of the most legendary roads in California: 17-Mile Drive and Laureles Grade in Monterey County.
New 2010 Porsche 911 Turbo driven by Timo Bernhard plus a walk-around presentation of the 911 Sport Classic special edition.
Manager of High Performance Cars for Porsche, Andreas Preuninger, gave us the opportunity to ride shotgun as he took the first produced 2010 Porsche GT3 RS out for a ride on the Autobahn the day prior to the car’s release at the 2009 Frankfurt Auto Show.
Porsche at the 2009 Monterey Historics Mazda Laguna Seca Raceway. Featuring some of the most legendary Porsche race cars ever produced.