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Porsche lance le concours des développeurs utilisant les données de la Mission E Cross Turismo

Porsche invite les développeurs du monde entier à travailler sur les solutions de mobilité numérique pour les futures voitures de sport Porsche juste à temps pour le Mobile World Congress (MWC) à Barcelonev : ​​la deuxième édition de la compétition des développeurs « Porsche Next OI » a été lancée le mardi 26 février 2019. Au cours …

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Amelia Island 2016 readied for 911 Turbo world records

The Amelia Island auctions are very often home to new world sales records: in 2013 a Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS sold for $1,402,500 (then equivalent to £847,200) at Gooding and Co’s sales, a figure that has still not been topped despite the air-cooled neunelfer boom.

Last year, it was the turn of the 2.7 Rennsport’s little brother, the Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 MFI to capture the headlines, with RM Sotheby’s selling the impact bumper-ed 911 for $308,000.

This year though both RM and Gooding’s Amelia Island auctions look set to be dominated by classic Porsche 911 Turbos, while the latter has also secured a delectable selection from Jerry Seinfeld’s envious Porsche collection.

Photo Credit: Drew Shipley ©2016 Courtesy of RM Sothebys

Photo Credit: Drew Shipley ©2016 Courtesy of RM Sothebys

Leading the way in the 930 stakes is RM Sotheby’s 1979 911 Turbo (top image), lot 186 at its Ritz-Carlton sale on Saturday 12 March. The silver 930 – an early 3.3-litre car – has completed just 548 miles from new and is offered in an near-immaculate timewarp spec.

It’s $300,000-$375,000 (£211,000-£264,000) estimate is closely followed by another Porsche 930 under RM’s stewardship at Amelia Island: a 1976 3.0-litre example with a guide price of $275,000-$350,000 (£193,000-£246,000).

Among the five neunelfers consigned by RM (all of which are Turbos) potentially the most expensive is a Porsche 993 Turbo S, set to go under the hamme this weekend for $400,000-$475,000 (£281,000-£334,000).

Photo Credit: Brian Henniker ©2016 Courtesy of Gooding & Co.

Photo Credit: Brian Henniker ©2016 Courtesy of Gooding & Co.

The stars of Gooding and Co’s sale – to be held on Friday 11 March – have undoubtedly by the cars procured from Jerry Seinfeld’s incredible collection, led by a genuine Porsche 911 Carrera RSR used in the inaugural IROC series in 1973-74.

It’s $1.2-$1.5 million estimate swamps almost all the other Porsche 911 lots on offer during the Concours week celebrations, bar a genuine, ex-works Porsche 911 ST 2.3 raced and bought by Gerard Larrousse – expected to sell for $1.1-$1.4 million and a Porsche 959 Komfort with an estimate of $1.3-$1.6 million.

The latter could well set its own world record with Gooding the current record holders with a 959 Sport that sold at Monterey last year for $1.705 million. The most expensive Komfort spec car was also sold at Pebble Beach 2015, with Bonhams achieving $1.457 million.

To ensure you keep abreast of all the latest Porsche 911 auction news, make sure you bookmark Total911.com now.

Photo Credit: Brian Henniker ©2016 Courtesy of Gooding & Co.

Photo Credit: Brian Henniker ©2016 Courtesy of Gooding & Co.

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Over 2,000 Porsche Photos from Rennsport Reunion V

You miss the Rennsport Reunion V this past weekend? Well, this ‘outta keep you busy. Wayne Dempsey, founder of PelicanParts.com snapped over 2,ooo photos, all of which can be seen HERE.

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Porsche Rennsport Reunion V: Record-setting crowd part of unparalleled event

MONTEREY, Calif. Sept. 27, 2015 – An event record crowd of 57,531 Porsche enthusiasts were on hand at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca over the weekend to witness an unprecedented display of Porsche motor racing history during Porsche Rennsport Reunion V. (A Canadian man and his son, who run a resto shop, proudly displayed this beater they bagged from a gent in a rest home. Hopefully I’ll have the story in the next Incredible Barn Finds tome.) The Porsche Rennsport Reunion  is the largest gathering of Porsche race cars and drivers in the world. The event takes place about every three years and last took place in 2011 at Mazda Raceway. The Reunion is an amazing gathering of motorsports past and present: competition (club racing, historic racing, IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge), display (with cars from the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, and throughout the world), and an opportunity to see, meet and spend time with some of the greatest drivers to ever climb behind the wheel of a Porsche race car – Ickx, Bell, Stuck, Haywood, Mass, Bergmeister, Long, and Bleekemolen, to name just a few. (The workmanship on this Glocker was better than on many of the Porsche-built Porsches. […]

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Poll: How would you care for your classic Porsche 911?

As we all know, across the course of their lives, Porsche 911s need some care and attention. However, when it comes to giving your car the TLC it deserves, you are faced with a number of choices.

You could restore the car to ‘as new’ condition or you could attempt to preserve the car’s patina. Alternatively, you could upset the purists and choose to modify your Porsche 911, putting your own stamp on the classic design.

What would you choose? Vote now in our latest poll now. Voting closes as 1:00pm GMT this Friday. Results will be published in issue 126 next month:




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