Main Menu
September 2017

In this issue, learn the story of Bob Akin and the Coca-Cola-liveried 962s — and what it took to win — in "The Real Thing" by Ted West. Tom Voelk and Rob Sass drive the new Panamera Sport Turismo and Turbo S E-Hybrid in "Tour de Force." A PCA couple made the trip from New Jersey to Spokane, Washington in their 1998 Boxster for Porsche Parade 2017, in what became the "Trip of a Lifetime," by David Mathews; click here to watch the video. An 18-year-old racer details her path from plucking strings to turning laps in a Porsche Cayman in "Following Her Own Path" by David Haueter. Explore Porsche's record of vehicle safety development in "Safety First" by Barry Winfield.

Of course, regular Panorama departments Tech Q&A, European Windows, From the Regions, Street Talk, Art & Canvas, Junior Driver, and zwART are all present and accounted for. Enjoy the issue!

For a PDF version of the latest Parts and Miscellaneous Mart ads in magazine format, please click here to contact PCA. Or click here to view all The Mart classifieds online.

The Real Thing
Bob Akin's Coca-Cola 962s
More than just a "gentleman race," Bob Akin took his 962 to victory at Sebring in 1986.
Tour de Force: 2018 Panamera
First Drive: Sport Turismo and Turbo S E-Hybrid
Porsche's new Panamera lineup features a "long roof" four-door and a 680-hp hybrid sedan.
Trip of a Lifetime
A cross-country drive to Parade
16 days and nearly 6,000 miles didn't deter this PCA couple.
Following Her Own Path
Finding speed in unorthodox ways
18-year-old Aurora Straus utilized her skills as a musician to help find the speed she needed to race.
Safety First
Surviving a crash is no accident
A look back at some of the technological advances that have made Porsches safer than ever.