Montag, 7. Februar 2011

Regenrennen - Porsche Sports Cup 2010 - Hockenheimring 2 - Rennen 2 - Po...

Beschissener Start beim Porsche Sports Cup 2010 am Hockenheimring 2. Mit alten Regenreifen kämpft man schwer. Aber P3 war dann doch ok.

Onboard: Porsche Sports Cup 2010 - Hockenheimring Grand Prix Kurs
Fahrzeug: Porsche GT3 RS 3,8
Rennen: Porsche Sports Cup Hockenheimring 2 23.10.2010
Rennstrecke: Hockenheimring Grand Prix Kurs
Fahrer: Christian Paavo Spieker (Klasse 4d)
Plazierung in Klasse: 3 Platz
Videosystem: AIM SmartyCam

Freitag, 4. Februar 2011

The Racing Lab 918 RSR Revealed

With the 911 GT3 R Hybrid, the future of motorsports began in 2010. After several races we could well say: mission accomplished. But that's not enough for us. Our most important finding: Hybrid can do more. The Racing Lab 918 RSR gives you an idea about this "more". For further information, click on

Volkswagen Commercial: The Force

VW Passat- 2012

About Tommy Forsgren

Tommy Forsgren is 32 years old. He has a Bachelor in fine arts of product Design and a Master in fine arts of Transportation Design, from the Institute of Design, Umeå University, Sweden.

He is currently Senior Designer at Munich-based DesignworksUSA, BWM group product and transportation design subsidiary.
Previous professional experiences include exterior design works for Porsches R&D center in Weissach, Germany.

Additional information and the complete portfolio are available on Tommy Forsgren’s website

Sketches from Tommy Forsgren

Porsche 918 Spyder Hybrid

This past Thursday, the Porsche 918 Spyder Hybrid made its driving debut on a closed road in Monterey California, just days prior to its appearance at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

After being shipped over from Germany by plane, engineers handed the keys of the new 918 Spyder Hybrid to Porsche AG Design Chief Michael Mauer. The car drove under its own power which comes from the mid mounted 3.4 liter V8 out of the RS Spyder as well as in all electric mode which powers just the front wheels.

The 918 Spyder prototype combines high-tech racing features and electro-mobility to offer a fascinating range of qualities: An emission level of just 70 grams CO2 per kilometre on fuel consumption of three litres/100 kilometres (equal to 94 mpg imp) truly outstanding even for an ultra-compact city car, on the one hand, combined with the performance of a super sports car and acceleration from a standstill to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just under 3.2 seconds, top speed of 320 km/h (198 mph) plus, and a lap time on the Nordschleife of Nürburgring in less than 7:30 minutes, faster than even the Porsche Carrera GT, on the other.