The Porsche Boxster racing car at Ahvenisto for PRCF race 3 on 12.06.2011 (Part 2)
Porsche Sports Cup Scandinavia - Finland PRCF race 3 at Ahvenisto - Part 2. In-car video equipment (VIO POV.HD) supplied by EuroRacing (www.euroracing.fi). CoolCava Racing is a small Porsche Sports Cup racing team based in Finland. http://www.facebook.com/CoolCavaRacing http://www.coolcavaracing.com 2011 Team Sponsors: www.SpecialistVehiclePreparations.com www.HighGateHouse.co.uk www.EuroRacing.fi
CoolCava Racing Boxster - Porsche PRCF Sports Cup Race 7 - 2013 at Seinäjoki
In-car video from the CoolCava Racing Porsche Boxster during the 2013 Porsche PRCF Sports Cup Race number 7 at Seinäjoki street circuit in Finland. Car is driven by team driver Pål Krogdahl who took 1st in class and 2nd overall behind team driver Timo Virkki. This race was special in that the organizers decided to group Porsche PRCF Sports Cup and the GT Open cars into the same race. As you will see from the video GT Open are not used to a flying start. This generated some confusion at the start line when 2 GT Open cars slowed down to stop after the warm up lap rather than speed up.
Porsche Boxster: The Best Car Porsche Makes? - XCAR
Subscribe for more XCAR videos: http://bit.ly/U9XDKc The Porsche Boxster has, unfairly, been referred to as the Porsche you buy if you can't afford a 911. It used to have doors off of a 911, headlights from its bigger, numberier brother too. It was a bit of a Frankencar. There were some pretty major differences, though: size, price, number of seats, engine size and (most importantly) engine position. It's the mid-engine that makes it so special. It gives a Boxster amazing balance, something the 911 simply doesn't have. Anyway, the 981 generation Boxster is the first to have doors all of its own which means Porsche is taking the Boxster even more seriously as a model in its own right. It's lighter than ever, too, despite the fact that it's really rather large. I'm by no means a large chap, but the Boxster dwarfs me -- I can't imagine what'd happen when a chap looks 'big' in it; he'd have to be the size of a small maisonette. I digress. Balance is the Boxster's party piece. Its weight distribution gives you so much confidence to hurl it around a little that you can get carried away. It feels so planted that I'm pretty sure that physics has simply skipped over the Boxster. Its steering is the same electromechanical system you'll find in the 911. This is no bad thing. Y'see, while purists complain that it's not as precise as the old cars', I'm 99% certain that most people simply won't notice there's been a change. The only reason they're complaining is because someone else has, based on a race driver/handy wheelman's opinion, said it wasn't quite as good as the older version. The system works wonderfully. It still feels great, you still know which way you're pointed and where the car is. Porsche had to make the switch from hydro to electric to keep MPG figures high and CO2 emissions low. The right call was made and I'm pretty sure in five years no one will really care about it. Under the Boxster S', erm, body sits a 315bhp 3.4-litre flat six. It does two things very well -- 1) go quickly 2) make glorious noise. You'll see just how in the video. One final point on the Boxster, and it's about its looks. The rear deck reminds me of ice cream. No idea why. It just does. Specs Porsche Boxster S Engine: 3.4-litre Flat Six Power: 315bhp Torque: 265lb ft 0-60mph: 5.1seconds Top speed: 173mph Join the XCAR community... Like on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/Yo8eOz Follow on Twitter: http://bit.ly/WGBljw Follow on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/158X4Uk VIDEOS IN ENDBOARD Porsche Sport Driving School: http://bit.ly/1vubYoL Learning the Nürburgring in a Porsche 911: http://bit.ly/1vuh5oS
2015 Porsche Boxster Spyder - Roof operation
How to lower the roof of the 2015 Porsche Boxster Spyder. http://www.testdriven.co.uk/2015-porsche-boxster-spyder/