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Famous Porsche racing drivers toast the success of Porsche Classic at the Goodwood Festival of Speed (September 17th-19th 2010).
Drivers who have made a significant contribution to Porsche's motorsport record visited the Porsche Classic exhibit on the Saturday afternoon. The picture shows (L-R): Tiff Needell, Jackie Oliver, John Fitzpatrick, Vern Schuppan, Richard Attwood, David Piper, Michael Ostroumoff and Derek Bell - and the famous 'Grandmother', the 718 W-RS Spyder which raced 1961-64, from the Porsche Museum.
Porsche Classic is the division of Porsche AG responsible for supporting all older and classic Porsche cars. It recreated the spirit of the early 1960s in its workshop in the March Motorworks at Goodwood, and highlighted the expertise of its specialists in Stuttgart plus the comprehensive range of Porsche Classic original parts and technical literature available to owners.
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