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Total 911

Total 911

No. 188

Total 911 is the world's only magazine dedicated to the Porsche 911; the only Porsche with over 40 years of history and a worldwide following of keen enthusiasts. This high-quality magazine is written and produced by true Porsche fans, and offers in-depth, exciting features on all models of 911 – from the classics of the 1960s, through the wild Turbos of the 1970s, right up to today's sophisticated supercars.

United Kingdom
Future Publishing Ltd
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13 Issues

In this issue

2 min.

Where’s the road ahead taking you this year? With Christmas and the New Year well and truly done and dusted, it’s time to start looking forward to the warmer months ahead, for those of us in the northern hemisphere at least. Daylight hours are getting longer, salt is disappearing from our roads, and already there’s a whiff of anticipation in the air as the year’s early car events take place. At last, summer will soon be on its way. The sunny season will of course bring about plenty of opportunities to get out and drive, but for the big-ticket activities – namely track days and road trips with friends – careful planning will have begun in earnest. “We present to you the definitive Porsche bucket list for 2020” It’s for this reason we…

3 min.

Belgian Legend Edition 992 revealed Special Carrera 4S pays homage to Jacky Ickx Porsche has revealed its first special edition of the 992-generation 911. The Belgian Legend Edition, made by Porsche Exclusive, pays homage to one of the greatest racing drivers of all time, Jacky Ickx, who turned 75 in January. Based on a 992 Carrera 4S, the car is finished in a unique Paint To Sample hue of ‘X Blue’, inspired by Ickx’s trademark blue-and-white helmet. This colour combination features in the wheels, with white detailing on the 992’s Carrera Classic wheels executed in homage to the white border around Ickx’s helmet visor. The car’s interior features black leather with pebble grey cross stitching throughout, the latter executed by hand. The ‘X’ made by the stitching is a direct reference to the…

1 min.
what’s on in 2020

Six Hours of Sao Paulo 30 January - 1 February Round 5 of 8 in the 2019/20 FIA WEC sees the new RSR race for the first time in 2020 Formula E 2019/20 race 4 15 February Mexico City hosts the fourth e-prix of Porsche’s inaugural season Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance 6-8 March World’s finest concours follows high-brow auctions from leading houses Geneva Motor Show 5-15 March Porsche will use the show to debut a new addition to the 992 line-up Petrolhead Tour of Scotland 19-24 April Take in Scotland’s spectacular scenery with like-minded driving enthusiasts…

2 min.

Porsche sets out road map for 2020 motorsport success Driver changes plus programme commitments announced Weissach has revealed its plans for the 2020 motorsports season, as it looks to build on successes in a series of campaigns last year. Although the factory team has pulled out of top-level competition in the WEC, Porsche has announced the two factory RSRs currently competing in the competition’s GT category will once again be joined by two further RSRs from the Stateside USCC for Le Mans in June, meaning four works 911s will tackle the famous 24-hour marathon at La Sarthe just like in 2019. Porsche has also announced some minor changes to its driver roster for the 2020 season. The most high-profile departure is that of Brendon Hartley, who most notably paired with Mark Webber in a…

5 min.
vic elford

During my career, there were several drivers I respected and admired, including the late Pedro Rodriguez. I admired him the most and got on very well with him. He was a marvellous driver in the rain, and many drivers respected him. He was very quick, and bloody difficult to overtake (although I managed it a few times). Above all though, he was absolutely, totally fair. I drove around the outside of him in Buenos Aires in a long 180-degree corner. We were both coming out of it together at about 150mph. He could easily have put me off the road, but he didn’t. Pedro left me just enough room. Not too many people would have done that. I mentioned previously that I didn’t get too close to other drivers, but I got…

1 min.
total 911

Editorial Editor Lee Sibley lee.sibley@futurenet.com 01202 586200 Senior Art Editor Stephen Williams Production Editor Rachel Terzian Contributors Tony McGuiness, Gina Purcell, Peter Wilson, Joe Williams, Chris Randall, Chris Wallbank, Kyle Fortune, Daniel Pullen, Ben Przekop, Kieron Fennelly, Harold Gan, Nick Jeffery, Michael Meldrum, Ron Lang, Ian Harris, Jack Williams, Ali Cusick, Steve Hall Circulation Head of Newstrade Tim Mathers Production Head of Production Mark Constance Production Project Manager Clare Scott Advertising Production Manager Joanne Crosby Digital Editions Controller Jason Hudson Production Manager Nola Cokely Management Chief Content Officer Aaron Asadi Commercial Finance Director Dan Jotcham Brand Director Dave Clutterbuck Content Director Simon Kirrane Head of Art & Design Greg Whitaker…