“Virtually all Porsche models are offered with intelligent all-wheel drive, and the different drive concepts – front engine, mid-engine, rear engine – offer plenty of opportunity to get to grips with driving dynamics and physics.“ — Walter Röhrl
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Nowhere are the advantages of the latest Porsche Traction Management (PTM) system more apparent than in the latest incarnation of the all-wheel drive 911 – the Turbo S. Its ability to cope with diverse climates and conditions makes it one of the most capable and exhilarating performance cars at any price – as was proved recently, when it embarked on a unique, challenging drive that best summed up these abilities.
More: newsroom.porsche.com // article: All-wheel drive taken to new heights
On ice and snow, “the rear tyres lose their directional control much faster, and the vehicle will skid.” Here's what you should do in such a situation, according to Walter Röhrl: newsroom.porsche.com // article: Keep a cool head
The FIA WEC #SuperSeason kicks off with the 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps on May 5. At 7.004 kilometres, the circuit is the second longest racetrack on the calendar, after Le Mans. The rollercoaster track is guaranteed to provide fans with plenty of action.