Total 911 No. 179

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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in this issue

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What’s been your favourite road trip to date? As you know, we love a good road trip here at T911, and have long been advocates of jumping into your Porsche and putting some pleasurable miles on the clock, seeing new sights and sampling different cultures, often with the added bonus of making new friends along the way. That chance to explore while having plenty of fun in your pride and joy will give you memories which can last a lifetime. The adventure of a road trip plays right into the strengths of a 911, being versatile enough to carry you, your passenger and a decent amount of luggage in admirable comfort for the journey there and back, switching it up to deliver high thrills once you reach the twisty stuff at…

5 min
update latest news, key dates, star products & race results from the world of porsche

New Eagle F1 Supersport R and RS available for Porsche GT cars Goodyear releases new high-performance tyres for the track Tyre giant Goodyear has entered the track day tyre war with the release of its Eagle F1 Supersport R and Supersport RS, which will do battle against the Michelin Cup 2, Cup 2 R and Pirelli Trofeo R as street-legal track or race tyres. Meanwhile, the Eagle F1 Supersport enters the market as a UUHP (ultra-ultra high performance) tyre ideal for road use in a Carrera derivative of Porsche 911. Aimed at Porsche’s newest GT cars however, the Supersport R features Goodyear’s Advanced Control Compound technology, increasing the contact area with an adapted resin compound to deliver increased performance in dry conditions. Bridges in the first groove of the tyre offer block stability…

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what’s on in 2019

IMSA sportscar championship, round five 31 May - 1 June Porsche will be gunning for glory at the Detroit Grand Prix Le Mans 24 Hours 15-16 June 2019 Unique curtain closer to the 2018/2019 WEC super-season at La Sarthe Goodwood Festival of Speed 4-7 July Motorsport’s ultimate summer garden party will this year feature a live action arena Classic & Supercars 21 July Porsche will be the celebrated brand for this year’s event at Sherborne Castle 320 at Silverstone 10 August 20th anniversary special experience for GT3-owning Porsche Club GB members…

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motorsport prominent news and results from racing series around the globe

Mixed IMSA results for Porsche at Long Beach Victory for Bamber and Vanthoor in 991 RSR; anguish for Pilet and Tandy in GTLM sister car The streets of Long Beach, California, offered a varying degree of success for Porsche Motorsport at round three of the 2019 IMSA season. The 100-minute street race – the shortest of the entire IMSA season – got off to a flyer for works drivers Nick Tandy and Patrick Pilet in the #911 991 RSR, with Tandy defending his lead and even pulling clear of a highly competitive field of GT cars. With teammate Pilet at the wheel, a safety car period cancelled that lead, with the #912 car of Earl Bamber and Laurens Vanthoor hot on the #911 car’s tail. Bamber managed to slip past Pilet before going…

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vic elford

Not many people know I won the 84 Hours of Nürburgring driving a 911 R. I also won in a 911 R one of the first times it raced, driving at Mugello in Italy. That course was a mountain circuit, rather like Targa Florio. It was a little bit shorter, but a little bit faster as well. To my knowledge, when I won the 84 Hours of Nürburgring in the 911 R, it was the only time a Sportomatic transmission had won a major race. One car I loved driving was the Carrera 6. However, from the cockpit it was like looking down a tunnel. It wasn’t a difficult car to drive, it was just difficult to see over the sides because it had big wheels. It had 15-inch wheels and…

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