911 & Porsche World Issue 328

The original and best – the world’s biggest-selling monthly Porsche magazine. First published in 1990, 911 & Porsche World has forged an enviable reputation as the world’s first and best-selling independent monthly Porsche publication. It’s written by a team of respected writers and photographers, and delivers the most comprehensive coverage of all models in Porsche’s illustrious history. From the iconic 356 to every generation of 911, from Porsche’s transaxle family of cars to the Boxster, Cayman, Cayenne, Macan and Panamera, 911 & Porsche World has it covered. Packed with star cars, practical guides to owning and maintaining your precious Porsche, exclusive interviews with Porsche professionals, exciting news coverage, project cars, buying guides, reader stories, motorsport reports and much more, 911 & Porsche World is essential reading for any Porsche owner or enthusiast.

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12 Números

en este número

1 min.
fully charged

It doesn’t matter what corner of the automotive scene an enthusiast inhabits, the message is the same: the future is all-electric. Porsche is leading the charge (groan) with the hugely successful Taycan and, more frequently than ever before, derelict air-cooled cars are being given a new lease of life with a conversion to battery power. The gorgeous Carrera RS 2.7 evocation on the cover of this magazine is a fine example of how the designs of yesteryear and the technology of today can combine to create a thoroughly stylish and hugely powerful Porsche. Battery power is the way forward, then? Done deal? The vast majority of us are desensitised to politicians demonising the internal combustion engine and trying to convince us to ditch our perfectly sensible years-old car for a brand-new…

10 min.
touring to perfection

We don’t know about you, but when we hear someone mention Glorious Goodwood, we immediately think about horsepower, rather than horses. For Porsche owners and enthusiasts alike, the return of the Goodwood Festival of Speed a few weeks ago was indeed a glorious occasion and, importantly, a chance to experience something resembling normality. Not that there’s ever anything particularly normal about automotive events at Goodwood – they offer a rare opportunity to savour the sights, sounds and smells of cars which have etched their place in motoring history and, more often than not, in the hearts and minds of the hundreds of thousands of petrolheads in attendance. Always popular at Goodwood, the array of stunning Porsche models brought to the Chichester site by Porsche Cars Great Britain, as well as independent…

8 min.
the bulletin

PORSCHE GT TEAM SECURES PODIUM AT 24 HOURS OF LE MANS Porsche has secured a podium spot in the fiercely contested GTE-Pro class at the eighty-ninth edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Works drivers, Kévin Estre and Neel Jani, together with Michael Christensen, achieved third place in the No.92 991 RSR-19. The No.91 sister car driven by Gianmaria Bruni, Richard Lietz and Frédéric Makowiecki wrapped up round four of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in fourth place. The in-house fight between the works 911s for the final podium spot was decided an hour before the flag dropped: after sliding in the last chicane, the rear of the No.91 car had to undergo repairs and replacement of its brakes. “Our team put in a spirited performance,” explains Fritz Enzinger, Vice…

8 min.

CHRISTOPHER WARD C60 #tide WRISTWATCH Inspired by those who seek to preserve the oceans, the new Christopher Ward C60 #tide is not only a COSC-certified dive watch (and comes with paperwork to prove the fact), but the perfect partner for the company’s new line of #tide straps, developed in partnership with the Swiss University of Applied Sciences and made from upcycled plastics. These straps reflect the mission of #tide, an organisation dedicated to transforming ocean-bound plastics into premium raw material available for the manufacturing of sustainable products, such as watch straps, thereby stopping waste plastic from entering the ecosystem. Pleasingly, £5 from the sale of every #tide strap (super-comfortable canvasstyle fabric, complete with quick-release latches and available to buy as either 20mm or 22mm widths in a range of colours) will be…

5 min.
tim harvey

Tim Harvey is best-known for being 1992 British Touring Car Champion and for being crowned Carrera Cup GB victor in 2008 and 2010. He’s contested the 24 Hours of Le Mans four times, competed in British GT and currently serves as a presenter for ITV4’s extensive BTCC coverage. Find him at @timbo_harvey Before the sentence was finished, I’d already screamed my approval. “We’re thinking of running a guest car at Thruxton,” said Rob Durrant, Senior Press Officer at Porsche Cars GB, in advance of this year’s BTCC round at the Hampshire circuit. Porsche Visit Cayman Islands Sprint Challenge GB would be serving as support race. As soon as I confirmed my availability, I realised Rob might not actually be calling to offer me the drive, but to find out whether I could…

4 min.
eugene harkins

Eugene Harkins is an electronics engineer with oversight of various businesses supplying the automotive sector with parts to convert vehicles for specialist use. He also oversees Cape International, a Redditch-based classic car restoration specialist producing 911 backdates. Visit cape-international.com As a driving enthusiast, I own vehicles engineered to outlast my lifetime. In my garage resides a 2008 Cayman, a 2012 991-generation 911 and a 2008 Volkswagen Golf 1.4 TSI fast approaching 250k miles. It’s a superb car, petrol-powered, and delivers close to 50mpg. It’s my good fortune to oversee companies supplying the automotive sector with parts (including British Heritage brakes) designed to keep classic cars on the road, as well as Cape International, a bespoke sports car restoration business turning out first-class air-cooled 911 builds. In an era where there’s huge focus on…