Colin McRae and Robert Reid on route to winning the Scottish Hackle Rally Escort update as we remove the wide (Group 4) body kit. We discovered some heavily filled & badly aligned panels so what was meant to be a quick straight forward fix turned out to be slightly more involving but getting it correct is the Border Reivers way.
Phil at Peat Road Motors (Glasgow) with his 73 Porsche 911E
Porsche 356 Speedster
Amazing but true, Porsche resurrected 935 by unveiling this new version during the rennsport meeting of Laguna Seca.
Frank-Steffen Giant, dad of the 918 Spyder and now vice-President of the motorsport department, said it was a birthday present from the competition service for the 70 years of the brand.
The dimensions are not common: the new 935 measure 4.87 m long and 2.03 m wide while the gt2 rs measure 4,55 m and 1,88 m wide, and this is accompanied by changes Equally huge aerodynamic. The whole body has been reviewed and almost all parts are carbon. The rear fin is disproportionate, and the front headlights are missing: they are replaced by small fires in the front shield.
Visually, the 935 resumed the livery of the famous 935 “Moby Dick” and its sails of rims painted in red. In the back, the lights are installed on the fins of the fin, it’s a wink to the 919 hybrid.
Under the hood, there is a flat 6 of a 3,8 litre bi-Turbo Cylinder, borrowed from the 700 HP Gt2 Rs, combined with the pdk box with pallets. The brakes are made of steel with 380 mm discs at the front, 355 mm in the rear, and the weight is 1380 kg (compared with 1470 kg for gt2 RS).
Contrary to the 935 of which it bases the bases, 935 will not be approved on the road, it will only be intended for intensive drives on circuit, but does not respond to any competition programme. It thus joined the very closed club of cars cut for performance without compromise, in the image of the ferrari fxx k or Aston Martin Vulcan.
77 units will be sold at a price of € 701 HT, customers will be delivered from June 2019.
As the 2018 season draws to a close, thoughts will be starting to turn towards events for 2019.
Classic Car Tours have a number of exciting events taking place in 2019 to whet your appetite.
Please click on the links below for full details of each event.
CLASSIC WINTER TRIAL 22nd to 24th FEBRUARY 2019
DRIVE IT DAY 28th APRIL 2019
SPA CLASSIC 17th to 20th MAY 2019
LE MANS 24 HOURS 13th to 17th JUNE 2019
CHAMPAGNE TOUR REIMS/EPERNAY 27th JUNE to 1st JULY 2019
GOODWOOD CIRCUIT/TRACK DAY 25th JULY 2019
SCOTTISH HIGHLAND TOUR 8th to 12th AUGUST 2019
SKYFALL TOUR for ASTON MARTIN OWNERS 21st to 26th AUGUST 2019
GOODWOOD REVIVAL 13th to 16th SEPTEMBER 2019
TOUR of ARGYLL 22nd SEPTEMBER 2019
LE MANS CLASSIC 2nd to 6th JULY 2020
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