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Join two Porsche enthusiasts on the road to perfect vehicle control – a driving training with Porsche works driver Patrick Long. In the fourth lesson, our participants will learn how to find the ideal line on the Porsche test track in Weissach.
Join two Porsche enthusiasts on the road to perfect vehicle control – a driving training with Porsche works driver Patrick Long. In the third lesson, our participants will learn how to heel-and-toe downshift for a perfect corner entry.
Join two Porsche enthusiasts on the road to perfect vehicle control – a driving training with Porsche works driver Patrick Long. Their goal: complete a stage of the Tour de France Automobile of 1969. A homage to the legendary 911 R, which achieved an outstanding triumph in this popular rally event. In the first lesson, we’ll start with the basics: you will learn more about the correct seating position as well as proper steering and vision control.