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GT Porsche - July 2015

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GT Porsche  |  July 15  

It’s been an exciting month for fans of Porsche motorsport. We saw the announcement of a 911 customer racing car in the shape of the GT3 R – a £370,000 off-the-peg Porsche with which you can go GT3 racing. This was backed up with a competitive showing in the World Endurance Championship at Spa, and a podium finish for Falken Tyres’ independent 911 in the Nürburgring 24-Hour. The big test at Le Mans beckons. And then there were the first media drives of the new track-bred 991 GT3 RS, which had just wrapped-up as we went to print. See Andrew Frankel’s highly respected opinion hot-off-the-press in this issue.

Also in this issue we take a look back at Ferdinand Piëch’s dramatic exit as VW Group chief, and some of his most memorable career achievements. We ask if a £200k 1980s Porsche that’s not a 911 can really be 'that' good, taking the 924 Carrera GTS for a spin. We follow the fortunes of the Falken Tyres crew at the extraordinary Nürburgring 24-Hour race. We take a deep dive into Historika 911’s latest restitution, a rare 1969 911S, and see how it firmly puts the business on the map as one of the UK’s most capable classic Porsche restorers. 

Elsewhere in the issue you'll find a fabulous retrospective on the Marathon de la Route - a 84-hour race which took place back in the 1960s. And we uncover the truth behind the concept of a £5,000 Porsche Boxster - can you really drive a Boxster this summer for the price of an old hatchback?