Porsche Racing Heritage

Porsche Racing

Porsche models are built for a thrilling performance. This means high-end performance features and specs to keep you reaching your driving goals. It’s no wonder Porsche models are so high-performing with a deep Porsche race car heritage. Learn more about Porsche race cars, Porsche racing specs, and more with our team at Rusnak/Pasadena Porsche in Pasadena.

Porsche 911 Success

Back in the 1960s and continuing through today, one of the most successful Porsche race cars in the history of motorsport is the Porsche 911. When taking a closer look at the Porsche race track, you’ll see a Porsche 911 ruling the road. After all, it’s nearly impossible to talk about the Porsche race track success without bringing up the 911 model.

Though it’s difficult pinpointing how many wins the Porsche 911 race car has under its belt, the experts at our Los Angeles-area Porsche dealership estimate that there have been over 30,000 victories over the years and counting.

24-Hours of Le Mans Wins

Within these wins are the 19 overall wins from the 24-Hours of Le Mans. Porsche race cars hold more wins at this legendary annual endurance race than other manufacturer models ever since its first running in 1923. Porsche race car performances have been dominating from the Porsche 919 prototype diesel-hybrid to the turbocharged Porsche 956 monster from the 1980s. Across the years, these models have been improved all while maintaining their status as the top in Porsche racing.

Race-Derived Porsche Features

So what makes these models so thrilling? Porsche race cars have race-proven engineering features in new and used models so you can be sure no matter which model you choose you can drive off in a high-power Porsche from us at Rusnak/Pasadena Porsche.

What are some of the important performance advancements that Porsche race track models have? One is the Porsche PDK transmission. This is a dual-clutch transmission that is used throughout the Porsche model lineup, allowing for gear changes so fast that they’re nearly imperceptible. While this transmission was originally designed for Porsche race track models, this technology has been passed down to the other high-end Porsche models in the lineup.

In addition to this, you’ll find new all-wheel drive engineering, turbocharged engine technology, Porsche Active Stability Management systems, and more to ensure your model can bring Porsche race track capabilities home to Arcadia and beyond.

Find Your Porsche Race Cars at Rusnak/Pasadena Porsche

Experience the Porsche racing capabilities with a test drive in your favorite model at Rusnak/Pasadena Porsche. Once you’re ready to bring a new model home to Glendale, apply for financing online. Have questions in the meantime? Contact our team.

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