Thanks to Jerry DeFeo for creating this friendly competition
and putting all the hard work and dedication into administering it.
Also, thanks to our sponsors for being so generous and for making it
Our March winner is:
David Keens again with 4 out of 5 correct!
We now also have a "Trivia Light" for those of you that would like to ease into the world of Porsche trivia! Click here to play "Trivia Light" (Please submit your answers for only one of the two contests each month).
This month's prize:
A $25 gift certificate from:
Here are this month's questions:
- The new 2008 997 GT2 has a PPH (pounds per horsepower) ratio of 5.99. What was the PPH of the fantastic Carrera GT of just a few years ago?
- We are all aware of the fantastic 904's, 906's, 907's, and 908's. But how about the Trivia of the Porsche 910. An interesting aspect of this unusual vehicle was the size of the wheels on a racecar for that time. What were they?
- In 1970 Road & Track said that a 1970 911S, like the one Steve McQueen drove in the first 4 minutes of Le Mans, (which was a 2.2 if you don't remember) could run 0 to 60 in just how many seconds according to their Road Tests?
- In 1967 there were only 20 'production' 911R's built, plus 4 prototypes. A standard 911 developed 130 HP, while the new 911S developed 160 HP. How many HP did one of the 20 'production' 911R's produce?
- While in 1967 a standard 911 had a 7100 RPM Redline, and a 911S had a 7300 RPM Redline, what was the Redline on the 20 'production' 911R's?