Porsche 930 to 935: The Turbo Porsches

Now in paperback! In 1974, to rave reviews, Porsche produced the 930/911 Turbo to the public and set off on a new road. At the same time, the governing body of motorsport introduced a new 'silhouette' formula to sports car racing. Les mer
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Now in paperback! In 1974, to rave reviews, Porsche produced the 930/911 Turbo to the public and set off on a new road. At the same time, the governing body of motorsport introduced a new 'silhouette' formula to sports car racing. Thus the immortal 934 and 935 were born.
This book tells the story of the 911 Turbo and its racing cousins, from the 1974 2.1-litre RSR Turbo Carrera to the tube-framed 750 horsepower final variants of the 935. These are the cars which still bring a gleam of pleasure to any of the drivers lucky enough to have sampled their enormous power and, sometimes, their wayward handling!

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2 1974 -THE RSR TURBO CARRERA
Chapter 3 The 934
Chapter 4 The 935
Chapter 5 FACTORY DEVELOPMENT- THE 935/77
Chapter 6 1977 - CUSTOMER 935/77
Colour/picture section
Chapter 7 A DIVERSION - THE 935/2 "BABY"
Chapter 8 FACTORY RACER - THE 935/78
Chapter 9 THE 1978 & 1979 CUSTOMER 935s
Chapter 10 THE KREMER K3
Chapter 11 CUSTOMER DEVELOPMENT - THE 935 "SPECIALS"
Chapter 12 FROM GROUP "B" TO GT1
Epilogue
Appendices
Index

Om forfatteren

John Starkey is a self-confessed racing fanatic, has owned many different sports cars, and has competed in hill-climbs, rallies and vintage sports car races since the 1960s.
Originally from Birmingham in the UK, John's early career included managing the comedian Jasper Carrott and curating the famous Donington racing car collection. He now lives in Florida, where he runs a racing car business, and works as a consultant, researcher and author. He has written a number of motor racing history books published by Veloce.