The soft, rolling lines of Porsche’s 993-generation 911 are as distinct as they are undefined. While the 911 has always worn curves, the defining shapes found in the 964 were no more come 1994 when the last aircooled 911 hit the market. The 4th generation car has since earned itself a special place in 911 history for an abundance of reasons, but today, we appreciate its aesthetics.
With the McLaren F1 from years ago, and with a 911 GT1 desktop wallpaper now, we’re close to having the trifecta: all we need next is an F40 LM. Anyone have one ready for photos? In the mean time, enjoy our latest wallpaper, the 911 GT1 from our recent visit to E-Motion Engineering. You know the drill: just right-click and save-as for the full version.
There’s no brand on earth with a name more instilled in the spirit racing than Porsche. Argue if you must, but their track record will back up such magnificent claims. From Le Mans wins to Nurburgring records, and from IMSA championships to cup racing, Porsche runs the gamut as an indisputable victor, forging ahead with a mission to build the best cars — both for the track and the street — that they possibly can.
Success doesn’t come overnight. Instead, its forged slowly in the fires of effort, diligence, and patience by those that are willing to put these qualities at the forefront of their journey. For years, I’ve watched as Joey Seely has built a business, all from humble beginnings.
The Porsche 911: If you ask me, it’s the quintessential sports car, and defines a genre. It’s also undeniable in both its form and figure; wholly unique and unmatched by any rival. The 911’s shape is its own and nothing but, and both enthusiasts and laymen alike know it well. Today, we take a quick look at the presence of a firmly-planted example, photographed by the talented Alex Pfeiffer, perched in the hills of Austria.