This doesn't make a year and a half seem that bad!
Not that there were many to begin with, anyway.
A rough, worn out track. Poor visibility. For 12 grueling hours, drivers beat themselves up in a quest for victory.
Instead of buying a factory Porsche race car, some intrepid builder created this one from a wrecked Cabrio. And now it can be yours.
Martini livery, roll cage, awesome rear wing—what's not to like?
Can't wait for the racing to start this weekend? Watch the cars set some hot laps right here to hold you over.
Going mid-engine breaks with years of 911 tradition, but it was a necessary step.
Porsche broke one tradition with its new, mid-engine 911 race car, but it's keeping another one alive.
Despite its new engine placement, the new 911 RSR sounds as great as ever.
Rumored to be mid-engine, we should see this new racer soon.