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Porsche 917, 908, Ferrari 512: Part 2

1964-71 FIA Mfg. Championship cars on the track at the 2009 Monterey Historic Auto Races. Porsche 917, 908, 908/3, Ferrari 512, Ford GT, Alfa Romeo T33/2. Brian Redman won in the No.1 Porsche 908/3.


 


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Porsche 917, 908, Ferrari 512: Part 1
1964-71 FIA Mfg. Championship cars leaving the paddock at the 2009 Monterey Historic Auto Races. Porsche 917, 908, 908/3, Ferrari 512, Ford GT, Alfa Romeo T33/2





1968 Porsche 908 Competition Short Tail (English subtitles)
The Porsche 908 fits into the long line of models which, starting with the 550 Spyder, allowed the German marque to reach the peak with the famous 917. In 1968, under Ferdinand Piech, the 908 replaced the 907. This model had followed the 2-litre 906, featuring a new tubular chassis, and a streamlined body tested in a wind-tunnel. The 908 was the first competition Porsche with an 8-cylinder 3-litre engine, producing 350 bhp. German title / Chassis n° 908-005 / Engine n° 908-032 - First in 1968 "500 km de Zeltweg " with Jo Siffert - First in 1968 "Prix des Nations" at Hockenheim with Hans Hermann - Model symbolising Porsche's competition history - Immediate predecessor of the famous 917, powerful 3-litre engine - Eligible for Classic Le Mans and Tour Auto More information: http://www.artcurial.com/en/asp/fullCatalogue.asp?salelot=2138+++++169+&ref no=10392620





Porsche 908/3 -- In-Car Video @ Laguna Seca
Brian Redman laps Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in a Porsche 908/3.





Porsche 917K Flat-12 Pure Engine Sound - In Action on Track
Flickr Page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/19bozzy92/ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/19Bozzy92YT Google+ page: https://plus.google.com/100567781241722617164/posts Last weekend I recorded a 1969 Porsche 917 (chassis 025) racing at Monza Circuit during the "1000 km Challenge" race revival, a 3 hours race in which race cars from 1960 to 1970 compete for the victory. This Porsche 917-025 was built for Porsche AG as a long-tail version. In 1970 was converted into a 917 "K" (K stay for Kurzheck, "short" in german), painted in white with blue stripes and sold to Team Zitro, from Switzerland. The car is moved by a 4.5 liter Flat-12 engine which can produce 580hp at 8300 rpm and it's able to reach a top speed over 350 km/h (220 mph). Camcorder: Canon Legria HF M46 + Canon DM-100 Microphone Event: Coppa Intereuropa Storica 2013 Where: Autodromo di Monza. Italy Link To My Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/19Bozzy92 THANKS FOR WATCHING AND SUBSCRIBE!!!





PORSCHE 917 ROLEX MONTEREY HISTORIC 2009
Porsches leaving after the fotoshooting.





1971 ADAC 1000 km Nürburgring - Porsche vs Ferrari
The ADAC 1000 Km of the Nurburgring Race in 1971





powerslide TV - SPECIAL LE MANS 1970 HANS HERRMANN RICHARD ATTWOOD PORSCHE 917
Hans Herrmann und Richard Attwood holten 1970 den ersten Gesamtsieg für Porsche bei den 24h von Le Mans.





Porsche 908 at Nurburgring 1971
The Gulf Porsche 908/3 Flunder was raced to victory in the Nurburgring 1000 km of 1971 by Derek Bell - Jo Siffert. The Porsche 908 was a racing car from Porsche, introduced in 1968 to continue the Porsche 906/Porsche 910/Porsche 907 series of models designed under Ferdinand Piech. As the FIA had announced rule changes for Group 6 Prototype-Sports Cars limiting engine displacement to 3000 cc, as in Formula One, Porsche designed the 908 as the first Porsche sports car to have an engine with the maximum size allowed. The previous Porsche 907 only had a 2200 cc flat-8 engine with 270 hp. The new 3-litre Flat-8 engine produced initially 257 kW (350 hp) at 8400 rpm, as well as some teething problems. Also, being traditionally air-cooled and with only 2 valves per cylinder, it was still down on power compared to more modern F1 designs which delivered over 400 hp (300 kW), but were not suited to endurance racing. The 908 originally was a closed coupe to provide low drag at fast tracks, but from 1969 on was mainly raced as the 908/2, a lighter open spyder. A more compact 908/3 was introduced in 1970 to complement the heavy Porsche 917 on twisty tracks that favored nimble cars, like Targa Florio and Nürburgring. Sold off to privateers for 1972, various 908s were entered until the early 1980s, often retro-fitted with Porsche 934-based 2.1-litre turbocharged flat 6 engines. Despite the more powerful 917 improving towards the end of 1969, the career of the 908 would continue. On rather twisty and slow tracks like Nürburgring and Targa Florio, the 917 was not suited well even after being modified to the "917K". So rather than trying to make "one size fit all", Porsche built dedicated cars for each type of racing track. Based upon the lightweight and short Porsche 909 which was used in hillclimbing, the new open cockpit version, the 908/3, was even shorter than the 908/2. This version was successful in the 1970 Nurburgring 1000 km and the Targa Florio, where typical speeds were only about half of the 240 mph (390 km/h) which the 917LH long tails could achieve at Le Mans. The 908/02 in which Steve McQueen finished second at the 1970 12 Hours of Sebring was also used as a camera car for the Le Mans (film) in the race itself. Steve McQueen originally intended to drive a Porsche 917 in the race, though this was vetoed by the studio funding the film. In 1971, vertical fins were added to the rear of the 908s which were outpaced at the Targa by two Alfa Romeo Tipo 33s. All entered 908s crashed, but Vic Elford had managed to set fastest lap. The next race at the Nurburgring saw a 1-2-3 finish for the 908 in front of two Alfas Romeos, but with Alfa scoring wins at Brands Hatch and Watkins Glen, it was proven that these prototypes could even beat the 917s. With the combination of the powerful 917 and the lightweight 908, Porsche dominated the International Championship for Makes each year from 1969 through to 1971. Source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porsche_908





Porsche 917 and 908
Driving Porsche 917 and 908





Porsche 917-10
Rollout of ex Jo Siffert 917 Spyder in Austria Salzburgring





917 Part 22 Slide show #4
These images were taken between July 19 and August 2, 2009. Then we were off to the Monterey Historics!





917 engine starting - 1st time in 30 years
Share with us the awesome experience of hearing a Porsche 917 engine!





Imola part 3
Part 3 of 4. Qualifying 500 Km of Imola, 13-9-1970. Filmed by Roy Pagliacci and Stefano Bassani. See the battle between Gulf Porsche 917 and Ferrari 512. The Golden Age of Sports Prototypes.





PORSCHE 917 FIRST TIME
first time in he cockpit of the porsche 917 since 30 years. this 917 was not used for 30 years it was discovered by a collector and is now being restored by gunner racing. more vids abaout it at teamgunnar at youtube.




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