The cult brand and the "Made in Germany" cars have stood for the perfect balance of power and elegance--and rightly so: about 70 percent of all Porsches ever built are still on the road today, and to this day, all the generations of those striking cars are still eyecatchers in the streets of the world. The small corporation has been defending its pole position with a great sense of quality and passion. They do not build sports cars in order to win races; rather, they participate in races in order to improve their sports cars. Porsche has won the world's toughest race, the 24 Hours of Le Mans, more often than any other manufacturer. This book portrays both Porsche's unique success stories in the motor sports arena and their boldly innovative design and style. The plentiful highquality illustrations by renowned photographer Rainer W. Schlegelmilch and the informative texts by Hartmut Lehbrink will fascinate any fan of cars and motor sports.
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Rainer W. Schlegelmilch studied photography in Munich and in 1964 opened a studio for advertising photography. During his studies, visits to car races led him to discover his passion for motor sports and fast cars.About the Author:
Hartmut Lehbrink’s studies of English and German philology took him to Geneva, Münster, and Bonn. He has written numerous contributions for periodical publications including Auto, Motor und Sport and ADAC-Motorwelt.
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