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Geneva Motor Show – What You Missed

The Geneva International Motor Show has been held annually since 1905. The highly-acclaimed event in Geneva draws in motor enthusiasts from around the world. These privileged attendees get to immerse themselves in the quality AND quantity of premiers which are exhibited at this famous motor show. If you were one of those who were not…

Fifth Generation 911 GT3 Revealed

The legacy associated with Porsche is highlighted and embodied by the beauty and engineering excellence of the 911 GT3. The show-stopping fifth generation Porsche was released at the Geneva International Motor Show and in North America at the New York Auto Show in 2013/2014 and proved itself the total package. The Engine This beast boasts…

Getting to Grips With The 2017 Porsche 919 Hybrid

The new 919 Porsche hybrid is the result of new regulations governing the World Endurance Championships, with the endurance team having implement more safety conscious measures. With changes to the vehicle, fans might be left wondering how it will fair against its rivals in this year’s endurance races. Regulations governing the downforce of participating cars…

Next-Gen Porsche 911 Exposed

Many rumors have circulated around the next-gen Porsche 911, set to be unveiled in 2019. It seems most experts can agree on updated physical features after spotting the new model being test driven, but are less certain when it comes to the engine modifications. Porsche had previously hinted at the concept of a new hybrid…

Favorite Porsche Touring Roads in the US

We’ve all been there. That feeling as you sit behind the wheel with the world spread out before you with nothing holding you back. Kris Kristofferson called it, “Aching with the freedom of the feeling of an eagle when she flies.” Road tripping has to be one of the best ways to relax. Fortunately, the…

For The Love of Whale Tails

Whale Tails, what are they? Do you love or hate them? Whale Tails are a very specific type of spoiler. A spoiler is a device that is used in performance cars to “spoil” or ruin the laminar flow of air over the car’s body as it moves. What this basically means it that as a…