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Winning looks good.

While others broadcast their racing successes to the world, Porsche relies on racing posters. Good solution, otherwise it would be a bit noisy in Zuffenhausen and the area.

Text: Alexander Morath Photo: Porsche 28.01.2019 1 min

One minute, forty-two seconds and two hundred and fifty-seven milliseconds. Let's face it: During this time we haven't even made ourselves a cup of coffee. And what is Porsche factory driver Nick Tandy doing during this period? Well, he's just doing a 5.73-kilometer lap on the racetrack. Like yesterday in the qualifying for the 24 Hours of Daytona. Tandy not only secured the fastest lap time and thus the pole position in the GTLM class in his 911 RSR with start number 911, but also set a qualifying record in his vehicle class. We're happy to hear that! What would also please us in this context is a new edition of the racing posters printed since 1951, which had once caused as much enthusiasm among motorsport fans as the racing cars from Zuffenhausen itself.

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