About Porsche Sports – 13 cards, 281 MB
001. Passion Motorsport (MP4)
Over 60 Years On The Racetrack
002. Nürburgring Win 2017 (MP4)
Porsche One-Two Victory
003. Victory 24 Hours Le Mans 2017 (MP4)
19th win – Porsche 919 Hybrid
004. The Racetracks (Website)
A World Tour
005. 24 Hours Le Mans (Website)
Victories and championships in international sports car series, and rallies around the world.
006. Nordschleife Nürburgring (Website)
Thanks to Ferdinand Porsche, motor racing ascends to a new dimension.
007. Sebring 12 Hours (Website)
The standards for sports car performance and longevity.
008. European Hill Climing Champion (Website)
’58,’59, ’60 Europa Bergmeisterschaft
009. Daytona 24 Hours (MP4)
Endurance classic where Porsche has collected 64 class and over 22 overall wins.
010. Tour de Course (Website)
1969 Tour of Corsica. Homologation car 911R. 23 built with lightweight fibreglass body.
011. Marathon de la Route (MP3)
1970 – Ahead of the rest of the field by a wide margin were the three 914/6 GTs.
012. 12 Hours of Sebring 1970 (Website)
Hotville Race, Phoenix Race 1970
013. Le Mans Movie Porsche 917K (MP4)
1971 Limited Edition used in Le Man Movie
+ Screenshot & Manual
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