Last weekend marked the return of the legendary Goodwood Festival of Speed. This year Porsche took centre stage as the featured marque for the third time, celebrating 70 years of Porsche.
The Porsche Centre Tonbridge team were delighted to attend on the Sunday, enjoying the ultimate motoring event. There were many attractions and highlights that made the festival a great success, but one particular attraction caught everyone’s attention over the weekend: The Porsche 911 Singer.
Created by Singer and Williams Advanced Engineering, this special 911, based on the early 90’s 964, was unveiled for the guests attending Goodwood Festival of Speed.
The car features a 4.0-litre, air-cooled engine, which Williams supergroup deem to be the world’s best. The engine kicks out a staggering 500bhp and weighs just 990kg. The car could be seen on display and even participated in the hill climb.
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