Porsche 911 (991) Carrera S at Phillip Island with Dean Canto, PSM proves useful!

One of Porsche's instructors, Dean Canto, gave me some tips, had a bit of a moment at 7:26 when the Porsche Stability Management saved me.

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Porsche Stability Management (PSM) Demo
This is a video demonstration of Porsche Stability Management (PSM) FIND ME ON THE MY FACEBOOK PAGE FOR CONTINUOUS UPDATES AND INTERACTING WITH OTHER SUBSCRIBERS https://www.facebook.com/franklin8806





530hp Porsche 993 Bi-Turbo powered Volkswagen T1 "Race-Taxi" in Action!!
You can also find and follow me on: - Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/19bozzy92/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/19Bozzy92YT - Google+: https://plus.google.com/100567781241722617164/posts - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ste19bozzy92/ I don't know why but I'm ust in love with the crazy and epic builds ike the one you saw in this video: a Volkswagen T1 bus powered by a Porsche 993 turbo engine. I saw this car during a charity event for disabled people, called 6 Ruote di Speranza, where they have the chance to get on board on various cars and supercars and do some laps as passegers around Monza Circuit. This T1 was really perfect for the event because it shares 3 other seats for passengers in addition to the driver's one. The creator of this car is the Swiss Fred Bernhard and he needed around 5 years to complete the project starting from a T3 van. He firstly decided to change the T3 body with the one of a T1 split-screen widened 21cm. Than the engine: he took the 3.6-litre twin turbo engine of a Porsche 993 turbo tuned up to produce around 530 hp and 757 Nm of torque. Everything else, from the chassis to the setup, has been made and modified to create a perfect track monster van. Quite a shame I saw it during this event since among traffic on track and of course passengers I couldn't appreciate the potential of this vehicle. Hope to see it again in the future! Camcorder: Canon Legria HF G40 + Canon DM-100 Event: 6 Ruote di Speranza 2016 Where: Autodromo di Monza, Italy Link To My Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/19Bozzy92 THANKS FOR WATCHING AND SUBSCRIBE!!!





Phillip Island hot lap in GT3
Instructor sets a benchmark laptime for me to aim towards! Amazing driver, amazing lap despite tyres getting greasy at the end of a session!





Porsche 911 Turbo S Stability Management - PSM
Porsche Stability Management (PSM) is fitted as standard. This system automatically maintains stability and traction even at the limits of dynamic driving performance. Sensors continuously monitor the direction, speed, yaw velocity and lateral acceleration of the car. Using this information, PSM is able to calculate the actual direction of travel at any given moment. If the car begins to oversteer or understeer, PSM applies selective braking on individual wheels in order to restore stability. When accelerating on wet or low-grip road surfaces, PSM improves traction – as well as agility, control and safety – using the automatic brake differential (ABD) and anti-slip regulation (ASR). Integrated ABS is designed to minimise braking distances. Want an even sportier drive? Then you can switch off PSM. For your safety, however, PSM remains set to intervene if the vehicle is braked and ABS assistance is required. ABS and ABD remain permanently enabled. Also included with PSM are engine drag torque control (EDTC), the precharging of the brake system and brake assist. If you suddenly release the accelerator pedal, PSM automatically prepares for your next action: the braking system is precharged so that the brake pads are already in light contact with the brake discs. Maximum braking power is therefore achieved much sooner. Brake assist detects a panic braking situation and generates the brake pressure required for maximum deceleration. In brief: PSM increases driving stability and safety as well as the agility you have come to expect from a Porsche. If you like DPCcars videos please subscribe: https://goo.gl/BSIaFc




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