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In this issue, Pete Stout drives the 991-1 Turbo in "Whoosh" before heading to South Africa to drive the new 991-2 Turbo in "The Hammer." In Tom M'Guinness' story "Born Lucky," read about Kelly Moss Motorsports' 993 RSR that was faster than Porsche's own — and subsequently banned from professional competition and consigned to the club racing circuit. One member bought a 1971 914-4 new, and found out his was the first from that model year sold to the public, a story chronicled in "00003," by David Mathews. Preston Lerner reports on the Cayman GT4 Clubsport's first race — and podium finish — at the Daytona 24 in "Back to the Future." Wisconsin's Road America is one of North America's most storied tracks, so follow along with John Lamm in "On the Road Again" as he visits the track during Vintage Weekend.

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!

 

Whoosh
Last Drive: 991-1 Turbo
Saying goodbye to the last 911 Turbo that was the only turbo 911.
The Hammer
First Drive: 991-2 Turbo
Does the 911 Turbo still have a place in a world of turbo Carreras?
Born Lucky
The beauty is in the details
Based on a 993, Kelly Moss Motorsports' RSR 001 is the car of Porsche dreams.
00003
A piece of 914 history
PCAer AK Kissell bought the first 1971 914-4 sold to the public — and still owns it today.
Back to the Future
Cayman GT4 Clubsport: A successful debut
Porsche's new "entry-level" racer makes the podium in its first race.
On the Road Again
Vintage Porsches and old friends
The vintage race weekend at Road America should be on every Porsche fan's bucket list.