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February 2019

Porsche drivers appreciate technical excellence, precision, and developing the skills to operate complex machines proficiently, which may explain why our favorite cars are popular among pilots. Read about six of them and their love for Stuttgart’s machines in our feature story, “Pilots and Porsches.” The 4 and 4S iterations of the 992-series 911 are out, and Editor Rob Sass drove them in Valencia, Spain. The title of his article, "Superhero," might indicate how he feels about the car. Gerrit Wistrup paid $500 for a 944, intending to use it as a parts car. Years of labor and love have turned "The $500 Porsche" into a daily driver. About 20,000 miles into his ownership of a used 997, Carl Spencer discovered a major problem. See how he handled it in "Bore Score and Seven Years Ago." Connecticut Valley Region member Todd Pajonas started with track days, and now is a fully committed racer at PCA events, constantly improving and upgrading his cars. Read about what led him down the "Slippery Slope."

All that plus new PCA national appointments, a how-to on epoxying your garage floor, and so much more.

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Pilots and Porsches
A marriage made in Stuttgart
Six Porsche-driving pilots talk about their affinity for the German marque.
Superhero: 2019 911 Carrera S/4S
First drive of the 992 series
Like an Iron Man suit, the new 911 can make you feel invincible.
The $500 Porsche
A neglected 944 gets rescued
It should have been a parts car, but five years later this 944 is a daily driver.
Bore Score and Seven Years Ago
Coming out ahead
Carl Spencer explains the steps he took when his 997 suffered an expensive failure.
Slippery Slope
The ups and downs of racing
One man's journey into the world of PCA Club Racing.