The new episode of 9:11 Magazine combines past and present, featuring the Ingram family and their incredible Porsche collection, the evolution of the Boxster and the inside track on the new 911 GT3.
The Ingram family from North Carolina, have amassed a remarkable number of Porsche models over the years. Bob Ingram and his son Cam talk about their shared passion, the gas explosion that threatened their incredible collection, and the triumphant drive with their 356 B Carrera GTL Abarth.
At the 1993 Detroit Motor Show, the Boxster sports car study was named ‘Best in Show’. For Porsche, this was the starting point for the series development of a two-seater reminiscent of legends such as the 550 Spyder and the 718 RS 60 Spyder. Insiders Hans-Jürgen Wöhler and Sebastian Bien explain the evolution of the Boxster in detail – right up to the new special edition.
The new Porsche 911 GT3 lapped the Nürburgring's Nordschleife more than 17 seconds faster than its predecessor. Describing the seventh edition as “amazing”, brand ambassadors Walter Röhrl and Jörg Bergmeister talk about the newcomer they’ve dubbed "by far the best production car".
He has redefined skyscrapers and bridges while his sustainable buildings transform cities. The architect Lord Norman Foster on Apple’s new building in Cupertino, the unique qualities of the Reichstag dome and his close relationship with the Porsche 356.
To celebrate 70 years of Porsche in Australia, Porsche Cars Australia held a photography competition featuring 70 prizes. The major prize, a luxury getaway driving the new Taycan for up to three days, has now been awarded. And the winner is ...