Monster 911s back on track

Monster 911s back on track

Porsche's 911 has been celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, so AUTOSPORT decided to take two of the most extreme examples and put current factory ace Nick Tandy behind the wheel. KEVIN TURNER went to Silverstone to see how he got on

You could make a pretty good case for the Porsche 911 being the greatest competition car of all time. Over its first half-century, versions of the iconic German design have been successful in rallying, touring cars, rallycross and endurance racing.

Of course, to cover off some of the model's biggest wins, like the Le Mans 24 Hours, you do have to push the boundaries of what a 911 is.

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