Top Gear drives Singer's mighty Porsche 911
Another classic trip from 20 years of TG mag: the Porschest 911 ever in California
Posted: 25 Oct 2013
In fact, don't think, just do. Tough, because adrenaline being the guileless hormone that it is, I'm focusing like hell and over-driving.In three corners and two hairpins, I'm soundly reminded that this isn't a modern sports car, despite the slow-speed cues. The car doesn't necessarily track true, hit a line and glue itself to it like anything post-2010. It squirms and writhes and bucks and kicks. But you're there with it, living, breathing through slightly flared nostrils, emoting like buggery. You have to concentrate.