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GT Porsche - June/July 2020

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HALF PRICE - for a limited time only buy this issue at half the usual price of £5.50.

Now just £2.75.

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Can’t get out and drive? Get lockdown locked down with GT Porsche's twelve top tips for staying entertained during enforced 'staycation'. PLUS, we kick off a new series charting the design and development of Porsche's most important production engines, beginning with the Type 901, the starting point for the evolution of the famous flat-six we all know and love. Additionally, motorsport men, Tim Harvey and Klaus Bachler, reveal how they're occupying themselves during the unexpected off-season, and we bring you our showcase of KG cars doing battle at Goodwood Motor Circuit.

The latest addition to Porsche's SUV range is the Macan GTS. While on test in Portugal, we find it difficult not to view the model as star of the show.

SWEETNESS AND LIGHT // A surprise invitation to take a look at an air-cooled classic stored at the back of a petrol station saw world-famous chandelier maker, Régis Mathieu, become the owner of a historically significant Porsche: the manufacturer's original 911 S press car.
DIAMOND IN THE RUF // A game-changing rarity, the RUF CTR2 is one of the most important non-Porsche 911s ever assembled and was crowned the world's fastest production sports car after model launch, outperforming anything Ferrari or Jaguar had to offer.
DESERT STORM // A unique take on the off-road 911 concept, the VICCI Safari 4 is a 435bhp dune buster based on a low-mileage 964 Carrera 4.