48 GT3 Cup Cars Spell Out Porsche on the Straight at Estoril

Fans of Stuttgart’s handiwork would probably rather see GT3 Cup Cars ripping around a track rather than parked on one. But this video is still cool. Apparently it took almost 180 people 23 hours to get the 48 weapons-grade GT3 Cup cars into proper formation. I can’t get over how the finished product mirrors Porsche’s font.

  Comments | By - April 6, 2012

Stunt Plane Gets Up Close and Personal With Gallardo

In case you were wondering, stunt pilots have serious balls. I don’t have any idea where this came from, but it blew my mind. Sure, almost half of it is black screen, and the quality isn’t great, but what’s there shows a stunt plane getting within spitting distance of a Gallardo.

  Comments | By - April 5, 2012

Circular Logic: A Short History of Ferrari’s “F”

Ferrari’s F series is reliably the most literal example of bringing racing technology to the streets. So what else would you possibly do with an Enzo, an F50, F40 , and the incredibly cool 288 GTO? Donuts of course! This quick clip will give you a visual and auditory history lesson on Ferrari’s race cars for the road.

  Comments | By - April 5, 2012

DRIVE’s Recap of the 2012 Porsche IMSA GT3 Cup Opener is Awesome

This is a great recap of this year’s season opener at Sebring, and an awesome introduction if you’re not familiar with the Porsche IMSA GT3 Cup. It’s the largest single-make series in the States, and it’s kind of like the American Le Mans Series’ farm league, allowing drivers a chance to sharpen their skills before jumping to the big show.

  Comments | By - April 4, 2012

Rally Legend Walter Röhrl Drives the 2013 Boxster

First off, given the technical wizardry they achieve with their cars, it seems like the guys at Stuttgart could probably figure out how to add subtitles to this video. You know, for the fans who don’t speak German. It’s not like North America is Porsche’s largest market or anything. But enough whining.

  Comments | By - March 30, 2012

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