When the Toyota 86 was introduced back in 2012, motoring enthusiasts welcomed the return of an exciting two door rear wheel drive sportscar from the Japanese manufacturer. The 86 was built as a spiritual successor to the Corolla AE86; with the aim of the 86 to bring back memories of the light, nimble and modestly powered Corolla. The current Toyota 86 is certainly a car that’s been built for motoring enthusiasts with the intention of bringing fun back to driving.
Porsche has been incredibly successful in many forms of motorsport. In 1962, brothers Erwin and Manfred Kremer founded Kremer Racing in Germany and established a racing team and garage that prepared Porsche’s for competition. Kremer Racing would go onto play an integral role in Porsche’s triumphant motorsports history. Continue reading “Porsche Kremer Racing 930 Turbo”