Porsche wants to showcase its factory performance at Pikes Peak.
Defining itself as one of the most challenging sprint circuits in motorsport history, Pike’s Peak International pushes hill climb makers and teams to the limits of performance. This year has proven to be special for the annual 12.42 mile climb, as drivers will compete in the 100th Pike Peak International Hill Climb. One of the bravest drivers who wants to take a turn in the mountains is David Donner, the three-time king of the mountains who set a production car record behind the wheels of the 2022 Porsche 911 Turbo S.. Knowing his way around a Porsche, Donner teamed up with former Porsche collector Jim Edwards and 000 editor Pete Stout to win the Pikes Peak 2020 Time Attack 1 class at a 911 GT2 RS ClubSport.
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The track weapon for Donner and his team is a 2022 Porsche 911 Turbo S that went straight to the race shop from the showroom floor to prepare for the competition. The one-time Stock Exterior Lever presents a ‘Print Is Not Dead’ theme, with vivid colors and magazine graphics that pay homage to Porsche’s early marketing efforts. While the new 911 Turbo S Lightweight package will reduce 80-pounds, all 640 horsepower will use extra torque to beat the previous 10-minute and 18.488-second record set by Bentley Continental GT in 2019.. David Donner is preparing for the Pike Peak International Hill Climb on June 26, 2022, so stay tuned to see if the 992 Porsche 911 Turbo S takes on the new title as the fastest-growing vehicle for climbing. See all examples of current Porsche 911 Turbo S for sale in Dupont Registry by clicking the link below. Check back at the Dupont Registry every day for more upcoming luxury lifestyles and Porsche news.