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October 2018

Porsche Parade 2018 offered fun and adventures for both young and old. Our extensive coverage, "Everyone Loves a Parade," by David Mathews, includes some unique personalities and the results of all the events. Which is faster on a track? The GT3 Cup, a pure racer, or the snarling production GT2 RS. Well we just had to know, so we went to Road America to cover a shootout organized by a member for "Street vs. Race," by Kris Clewell, which we also caught on video. One of the most rare, lightweight, and most desirable Porsches is the 1967 911R. It is also crushingly expensive. But a little shop in England called EB Motorsports has built an “homage,” and it’s pretty special. Robert Plotkin tells the story in "Artful Dodger." Racing is often thought to be out of reach of most budgets. Not so at the 24 Hours of LeMons, wherein the car entered can’t be worth more than $500. Stef Schrader brought a team and her 944 to a LeMons race, "All in Good Fun." See how she fared.

All this plus the latest news, tech, and the candidates for national officers for 2019.

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Everyone Loves a Parade
2018 Porsche Parade
The 63rd Annual Porsche Parade visits the country's heartland in the Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri.
Street vs. Race
911 GT2 RS vs. 911 GT3 Cup
The 700-hp street car heads to Road America to see how it measures up.
Artful Dodger
EB Motorsports 911R
The 911R is rare and expensive. The alternative is to recreate one.
All in Good Fun
A $500 Porsche takes on the 24 Hours of Lemons
Theater of the absurd ... on a budget