Want to know what these forty cars are? *Deep breath*… At the back we have “Buster”, the 1968 Mercedes-Benz Race Car Transporter, below him we have a quintet of Porsche RS Evo Spyders, then a trio of 962s, then three different 935s, a 961, GT1 ‘Mobil’ and 917/10, followed by a trio of Porsche 917s, then eight 911s ranging from Carrera RSR 3.0s to a 1971 Porsche 911 East Africa Rally Car and a Jägermeister liveried 934, moving swiftly onto the evolution from the 906 to 910, followed by a 1966 906, a 718/1500 RSK Spyder, a 550 Spyder, and a 904, then into the modern stuff with a 996 GT3 RSR, 997 GT3 R Hybrid, 997 GT3 RSR ‘Flying Lizard’, and then to the legendary Al Holberts 1973 Porsche 911 RSR and Porsche 935/78 “Moby Dick” and finishing off with two new 991 Carrera S’. And… breathe.
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Gallery: the Porsche Rennsport Reunion
A yearly celebration of Stuttgart’s finest. Can you name them all?
1970 Martini 917-019 Kurzheck
Porsche RS Spyder Evos
991 meets the G Series
They didn’t have daytime running lights in 1974
Who said obesity was on the rise?
The Fuchs may be gone but the new one has brakes that work
917. Gulf Livery. The perfect combination
Taking priceless cars around the corkscrew takes some guts
The new kids on the block
1973 Porsche 3.0 RSR
Is this the greatest trackday selection ever?
Hans Herrmann in a 550 Prototype Spyder 550-04
On the way to Noah’s Ark
Where did I park again?
The drivers are using one hand while looking through their fingers with the other. Don’t. Hit. Anything
So, test time. Can you name them all?