The first 956 for a customer in the racing department in Weissach in 1983. From left to right Peter Falk, Jürgen Barth, Norbert Singer, Julius Weber, 9th from left Fritz Spingler, 13th from left Valentin Schäffer, Hans Eckert, with his hands on the spoiler Günter Gutekunst, 2nd from left of him Herbert Spier, right at the spoiler Rolf Huber.
August Achleitner (left), better known as "Mister 911," presented a 911 from the current generation. In doing so, Achleitner explained the history and successful development of Porsche Turbos: "With every new 911 generation, we always put on a new Turbo," he recalled. "The Turbo is and remains the flagship of the 911."
"The car consists of nothing but refinements," Rudi Lins emphasized. The body alone weighs only ten kilograms. "The 909 is composed of the lightest materials ever," said Lins, explaining the 909's special technology.
Grant Larson, the designer of the 981 Bergspyder: "The subject of lightweight construction really appealed to me about the 981. I decided then to leave out everything that wasn't necessary, such as the soft top or the passenger seat."
Back on track at the Weissach run-in and test track: Hans-Joachim Stuck presented the unmistakable sound of the 962 C: "I owe part of my career to this car. There is nothing better than being able to drive this car again," he enthused at the digital sound night.
Video (German language): New cooperation in the youth development programm between Porsche and Borussia Mönchengladbach, Patrick Herrmann, player of the Bundesliga team talks about his education and meets junior talents of Borussia