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Issue 393 | A Visit to Épernay
What exactly are the qualities of a top-notch champagne? An excursion to Moët & Chandon.
Issue 393 | 99X Electric
An all-electric drive with maximum efficiency. A team whose success is nearly unrivaled. Four brilliant minds from the former LMP team at the top. That’s how Porsche is starting its first Formula E season.
Issue 393 | Project 356/930
After thirty-one years in Australia, Viktor Grahser returned to his native Austria with one suitcase and three Porsche 356s. He broke a hole in the wall of his house and pushed one Porsche into his living room—while the other two sat in a shipping container, waiting in vain for restoration. Eleven years after Grahser died, one 356 Roadster has now been completely restored. And has found a distinguished owner.
Issue 393 | Painted Love
Californian Lisa Taylor has a bit of a thing for Porsche models in vibrant colors. Whether it’s yellow, pink, or blue—it had better be bright!
Issue 393 | Laptime
November 13, 1994, is a special date in the history of motorsports. On this day, China held its first international race. At the time, the Communist regime was still striving to bolster its global profile. Spectacular races were expected to help. The historic race was held not in Beijing or Shanghai, but in Zhuhai on the South China Sea. Once a fishing village, the city had been designated a special economic zone and by the 1980s had grown to a population of over one million.
Issue 392 | Icon
Zuffenhausen, 1938. The office of Ferdinand Porsche in the newly built Porsche plant, now known as Plant 1. Tidy, almost spartan. Not a bit of decoration on the walls.