Porsche Classic Centre Partners will restore a 924 Carrera GT that raced at Le Mans in 1980…
One hour to another piece of history – but which car will write it?
Suddenly, we have drama to go with the stunning racing.
So far, nobody has blinked, and it’s still way too close to call.
A stop-go penalty for the leading Porsche throws the dice again.
Six hours in, less than six seconds from Porsche to Audi in first and second. It’s already a classic.
Le Mans 2015 is so far more than living up to its promise – it’s fast, but it’s also incredibly close.
Fiery exit for Manthey Porsche