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Portland, Oregon, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:SSBA0730P Height:1.3 Part Brand:STAINLESS STEEL BRAKES Length:7.3 SKU2:SSBA0730P Width:4.8 SKU3:A0730P Weight:1.0200

SSBC A0730P

Porsche 911 parade at Silverstone Classic hits record breaking 1,208

Tue, 30 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700

1,208 Porsche 911s hit the Silverstone track to celebrate Porsche-s 50th anniversary Last month, we reported that plans by Silverstone Classic to run a record-breaking parade of Porshe 911s to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Porsche had garnered so many applications that Silverstone has to stop accepting applications nearly two months ahead of the event. Now the 2013 Silverstone Classic 911 Parade has happened it seems Silverstone decided to go for broke, and instead of the originally planned parade of 911 911s, they actually managed to drive 1,208 911s round the Silverstone track at the same time – a new record. As well as 1208 911s, Porsche and the organisers of the Silverstone Classic managed to entice a number of names along too, including Mark Porsche – great grandson of Porsche founder, Ferdinand Porsche – former F1 and Le Mans driver Derek Bell and Le Mans drivers John Fitzpatrick and Richard Attwood.

Ferrari F620 (or is it Ferrari F600?) Spied

Sat, 12 Nov 2011 00:00:00 -0800

Ferrari F620 (or F600) Spy photo The replacement for the Ferrari 599 has been spied testing in Italy, complete with enough clothing for an Arctic jaunt. But what is it to be called. Is it the Ferrari F620?

BMW resurrects the C1

Tue, 06 Oct 2009 00:00:00 -0700

BMW has resurrected the C1 as an electrically powered concept. It is part of a broad-based safety project conducted in cooperation with the European Union under the working title eSUM (European Safer Urban Motoring). The roofed scooter, which originally went on sale across Europe with a gasoline engine in 2000, was once touted by BMW as the future of urban mobility.