Bad news for Bugatti Veyron Super Sport owners: your car is no longer the fastest production car in the world, and is therefore just a slow, worthless orange-and-black eyesore.
The people at Guinness World Records recently declared that the Veyron Super Sport does not deserve the “world’s fastest” production car title it was awarded in 2010. According to The Sunday Times, the Guinness folks discoveredÂ …Â More
A batch of Porsche 918 Spyders have been caught testing at the Bahrain grand prix track. It is believed the cars were being demonstrated to prospective customers ahead of the 918′s launch later this year.
Spotted by an Autocar reader at a recent sportscar racing event at the track, four 918s were at Bahrain; two pre-production cars and two development mules. Potential buyers, who have signalled their interest in the car to Porsche, were offeredÂ Â Â …Â More
The Porsche 959 is one of the most iconic cars of the eighties. It was the fastest production car and the most technologically advanced car of its time. But did you know that the 959 was originally intended for rally racing?
It all began in 1981 when some of Porscheâ€™s high ranking people were thinking of a possible replacement for the Porsche 911. A new sports car was needed, one that would take Porsche into the future. The next generation car from Zuffenhausen would also serve a testbed forÂ Â Â …Â Pictures and more
Video – 1987 – Le Mans – The works Porsche 961, with Kees Nierop behind the wheel, spun at Indianapolis and clouted the barrier. The Dutch Canadian tried to restart, to get back to the pits, but the marhals won’t allow him to, as the car was on fire!