Porsche's first car-class win at Le Mans came in 1951. At the wheel of a model 356 were French drivers Veuillet and Mouche in car #46.
PHOTO CREDIT: STOCK
At 3,000 rpm, a piston is yanked back and fourth 100 times each second. Pistons, connecting rods and crankshaft (among other parts) survive this hellish experience due to a thin, cushioning layer of oil. The cleaner that cushioning layer is, the better for your engine's performance, reliability, and life-span. In contrast, allow minute particles from the engine and combustion, and heat that cooks the oil to go unattended and...engine parts suffer. Is none-sense to invest in a Porsche and ignore the simplest but most important service you can offer your car.
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Le Mans 2015 Porsche® Victory
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GP Auto Werks is a Porsche service and repair shop located in Miami, Florida, U.S.A. Serving both road and track enthusiasts, GP Auto Werks provides a full range of Porsche maintenance from tunning to expert engine and transmission rebuilding for both classic and contemporary Porsches. Porsche, the Porsche crest, and Porsche car model names are under licensed use by Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (PCNA) from the owner Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche Aktiengesellschaft, Porsche AG ("Porsche.") No association or affiliation with Porsche / PCNA or AG is intended or implied by GP Auto Werks. Videos shown are Porsche productions presented for education and entertainment purposes only. Permission for presentation is on file. Happy driving! And buckle up because... someone loves you ~
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