The Rennsport Reunion 2018 played host to a moving comeback by a Porsche enthusiast, the most spectacular race cars from Porsche's history, and the surprising rebirth of the 935. Find out more about these and other highlights in the latest episode from the 9:11 Magazine online TV series.
1. The Road to Reunion
"Porsche is my life," explains Rod Emory, an American builder of vintage Porsches. He made his comeback as a racing driver at the Rennsport Reunion in California, where he drove a 1977 Porsche 935 for the very first time – a real thrill for the Porsche expert!
2. The Reunion in pictures
At the Rennsport Reunion 2018, Porsche enthusiasts brought their most stunning race cars to the starting line – from 911s to 917s and even 904s. For the 9:11 Magazine, the pictures speak for themselves. See the icons for yourself in our overview.
3. The rebirth of an icon
Porsche unveiled a big surprise at the Rennsport Reunion: the new 935. This successor to the model once nicknamed "Moby Dick" is sure to set the pulse of any motorsport fan racing. Find out more about this extreme athlete.
4. Reunion with a cult vehicle
In 1981, rally legend Walter Röhrl wrote a very special chapter in World Championship history with the 911 SC in San Remo. 30 years later, we got to see it again. Discover the story of this extraordinary vehicle.
5. A revival of rivals
Two cars, two rivals, one bet: 30 years after the comic illustrator Rötger "Brösel" Feldmann and his Horex-powered motorbike lost the race against the 911 driven by his friend Holger "Holgi" Henze, it was time for payback. Find out the latest about this cult race.
The 9:11 Magazine
Porsche publishes a wealth of entertaining and informative contributions from the world of Porsche at its website, 911-magazin.porsche.de. Whether it's presenting new models or highlighting milestones in the company's history, the online TV series complements the Porsche customer magazine “Christophorus” and is published at the same intervals five times a year, in both German and English. Additional footage material and photos are freely available for journalistic purposes.