Last week, and absolutely not in Geneva, Porsche unveiled the seventh generation of 911 Turbo. With almost 650bhp, it receives the biggest hike in power of any 911 Turbo and will surely be a formidable thing to drive, as I hope to be able to confirm quite shortly, coronavirus willing. In the meantime, I thought it might be mildly diverting to look back at where it all started.
A fond look back at the Porsche 930 Turbo – Thank Frankel it’s Friday, Monday special
- The story of Austria’s finest race – Thank Frankel it’s Friday
- The Fiat Panda is the best small car of the last generation – Thank Frankel it’s Friday
- Jean Rondeau, the self‑made Le Mans conqueror – Thank Frankel it’s Friday
- Remembering Hans Mezger, the greatest engine designer of all time – Thank Frankel it’s Friday