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1964 Porsche 911 - Car Culture



Notification sounds on our mobile phones are a driving distraction. This is the powerful message delivered in a new video by Porsche.

Mark Webber gets off the track in a 911 GT3 Cup

Response to sounds is part of our innate survival mechanism. You didn't last long in the wild unless you were responsive to untoward noise. That panther slipping up on you might just snap a dry twig.

More and more drivers now ignore sounds that were put in place by OEMs years ago to alert drivers to buckle seat belts, be aware of people walking behind your car as seen by backup cameras etc.

This video reminds us to turn notification volume OFF on devices while you drive.

Several years ago I shot several productions from the back seat of a convertible while driving through Los Angeles. It was shocking to see how many people were doing something other than watching the road while driving through the city. With the proliferation of mobile devices, the percentage of distracted drivers must be even higher.

Zowie! That's all we can say about this stunning new Singer stellar restoration of a 1965 Porsche 911Targa with an Ed Pink racing 4.0-Liter Engine.


More Porsche than Porsche! Could it be? I've always been a fan of their bespoke interiors, but this is something else. Don't miss seeing it if you are at the Monterey Car Week festivities.

Ferdinand Porsche's 1930s masterpiece channeled through Burov Art



Every two years, professional drivers suit up to drive pre-1979 vintage race cars around the original track circuit of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The race is broken into classes pairing cars that previously competed at Le Mans against vehicles that likely ran against them during the actual event. This racing recreation is an opportunity for car owners with a passion for motorsports to viscerally experience similar Le Mans competitive conditions.
For 2016, the Le Mans Classic will be help July 8, 9 and 10. Be there or be square. The stunning photos accompanying this post were created by Laurent Nivalle in 2012.