2012 Petit Le Mans - The Art of Speed

The end of the 2012 ALMS season is marked with the ten hours of Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta.  To celebrate the close of the season, Porsche shows the Art of Speed - the racing moments you may have missed from the historic event.

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A Driving Experience like no other: The Porsche Targa Tasmania Tour
It was a driving experience like no other. Participants in the Porsche Targa Tasmania Tour celebrated Australia's premier road rally from Sunday April 15 to Saturday April 21, 2012 by driving their cars for five days on magnificent Tasmanian roads, including many of the famous closed-road Targa stages. As a prelude, participants took to Symmons Plains Raceway for hot laps in a Targa competition car, as well as their own Porsche. For the Tour itself, experienced Porsche group leaders guided drivers through the closed road-stages, assuring a 'spirited' and exciting experience with the Prologue day at George Town followed by five days of Targa stages across the breadth of Tasmania's serpentine roads in the north, east and west. At night, the other gems in the Tasmanian crown shone - gourmet food and wine, the best restaurants Launceston has to offer and the camaraderie that Porsche events are famed for. Combined fuel consumption in accordance with EU 5: 911 Targa models 11,0-10,3 l/100km; CO2 emission: 259-242 g/km





Petit Le Mans - The Last Dance
Up against fierce competition, high stakes, and inclement weather, the Porsche Motorsports team tests the bond in pursuit of another championship season.





Porsche Targa Tasmania Tour 2017
Taking their inspiration from the legendary Targa Florio, an exclusive group of Porsche enthusiasts rose to the challenge of completing 31 closed-road stages in the 2017 Porsche Targa Tasmania Tour. Held over seven days and 2,000 km of spectacular scenery, these drivers were able to experience their sports cars as they were designed to be driven.





Richard Attwood and the 917K
Held in the grounds of Hedingham Castle, Classics at the Castle is a very special Porsche car show held annually. One of the highlights of the show was the Le Mans winning, Number 23, 917K as driven by Richard Attwood. We spoke to Richard about what it was like driving the iconic car in the world's toughest endurance race. Follow: @porsche Visit: http://www.porsche.co.uk/origin




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