After his last book Escapes, Stefan Bogner returns to the Alps again with this illustrated book.
Author: Stefan Bogner
Publisher: Delius Klasing Verlag Gmbh
After his last book Escapes, Stefan Bogner returns to the Alps again with this illustrated book. This time not only did he photograph particular routes, but he looked for the ideal tour through the Alps: 3 countries, 14 passes - the perfect little escape for 4 days. Different from Bogner's photographs in Escapes or Curves, where Bogner just presents dreamlike empty streets, Porsche Drive focuses on the journey in Porsche models such as Porsche 906, Porsche 911, Porsche 918 and more. Stefan Bogner drives his own Porsche 911 1970 ST. Apart from Bogner's photographs, Porsche Drive offers information on each route and height profile. Thus you can follow Bogner's itinerary on a long weekend. Text in English and German.
Stefan Bogner and Jan Karl Baedeker have paid tribute to the Stelvio Pass with spectacular aerial photography, documenting and portaying it in such detail for the very first time. Text in English and German.
Author: Jan Karl Baedeker
Publisher: Delius Klasing Verlag Gmbh
-A photographic tribute to Northern Italy's Stelvio Pass, the highest paved mountain pass in the Eastern Alps -Stunning aerial and road photography The mountain passes of the Alps are definitely counted among the marvels of architectural history. The Stelvio pass, in Northern Italy, is the highest paved mountain pass in the Eastern Alps. Built along dizzying edges and rough hillsides, steep curves lead upwards to icy heights. Stefan Bogner and Jan Karl Baedeker have paid tribute to the Stelvio Pass with spectacular aerial photography, documenting and portaying it in such detail for the very first time. Text in English and German.
- Stefan Bogner's most personal book to date, charting the ideal tour through the alps - three countries and fourteen passes over four daysAfter his last book Escapes, Stefan Bogner returns to the Alps again with this beautifully ...
Author: Stefan Bogner
Publisher: Delius Klasing Verlag Gmbh
* Stefan Bogner's most personal book to date, charting the ideal tour through the alps - three countries and fourteen passes over four days After his last book Escapes, Stefan Bogner returns to the Alps again with this beautifully illustrated book. This time he not only photographed particular routes, but he looked for the ideal tour through the Alps: 3 countries, 14 passes - the perfect little escape for 4 days. Different from Bogner's photographs in Escapes or Curves where Bogner presents dreamlike empty streets, Porsche Drive focuses on the journey in Porsche models like Porsche 906, Porsche 911, Porsche 918 and more. Stefan Bogner also drives his own Porsche 911 1970 ST. In addition to Bogner's amazing photographs, Porsche Drive offers information on each route and height profile, allowing the reader to follow itinerary.Text in English and German.
The tasks for Porsche drive control are : friction values of the surface should alter
handling as little as possible ; understeering tendency should increase at higher
speeds , respectively with increasing curve radii ; a long motorway journey with ...
This book, by the world’s foremost expert, takes that new technology into account as it gives readers the latest information on how to drive a Porsche to its limit.
Author: Vic Elford
It’s been more than a decade since the first Porsche High Performance Driving Handbook set the standard for getting the most out of a Porsche. If driving techniques haven’t changed since then, technology definitely has. This book, by the world’s foremost expert, takes that new technology into account as it gives readers the latest information on how to drive a Porsche to its limit. Once upon a time, the Can Am and Trans Am race series changed their rules because Vic Elford and his Porsches were winning too often. Here Quick Vic shares his insights into ride control systems, new tire compounds, and Tiptronic and Direct-Shift Gearbox transmissions, all of which have transformed the experience--and the challenge--of driving a Porsche. As he discusses recent models, ranging from new generations of the 911 to the whole-cloth inventions of the Boxster, Cayenne, Cayman S and Carrera GT, modern images and historical photos immerse the reader in both the history and the evolving technology that Vic Elford knows like no one else.
the familiar five - speed transaxle with its 7:31 final drive gears , limitless ratio
selection and limited - slip differential . ... After a single Porsche drive at Le Mans
in 1966 Siffert joined the team for all the important races in 1967 ; getting this
Where lies the essential difference between the feel of Porsche driving and the feel of Volkswagen driving? It comes from the mode of sensorimotor ...
Author: Max Lungarella
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This Festschrift volume, published in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Artificial Intelligence, includes 34 refereed papers written by leading researchers in the field of Artificial Intelligence. The papers were carefully selected from the invited lectures given at the 50th Anniversary Summit of AI, held at the Centro Stefano Franscini, Monte Verità, Ascona, Switzerland, July 9-14, 2006. The summit provided a venue for discussions on a broad range of topics.
The “feel of Porsche driving” is the critical aspect that concerns how, compared to other cars, Porsches handle when you drive them. You have the Porsche ...
Author: J. Kevin O'Regan
Publisher: OUP USA
The book starts by analyzing the problem of how we can see so well despite what, to an engineer, might seem like horrendous defects of our eyes. An explanation is provided by a new way of thinking about seeing, the "sensorimotor" approach. In the second part of the book the sensorimotor approach is extended to all sensory experience. It is used to elucidate an outstanding mystery of consciousness, namely why, unlike today's robots, humans actually can feel things. The approach makes predictions and opens research avenues, among them the phenomena of change blindness, sensory substitution, and "looked but failed to see", as well as results on color naming and color perception and the localisation of touch on the body.
One of these searches returns TRUCK, the other returns DRIVE and the combined ... The question then becomes, of course, why to Porsche drive remains such a ...
Author: Hagit Borer
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Hagit Borer develops a new model of word formation, arguing that on the one hand the basic building blocks of language are rigid semantic and syntactic functions, while on the other hand they are roots, which in themselves are but packets of phonological information, and are devoid of both meaning and grammatical properties of any kind.
Porsche is a very famous stylish. Many celebrities name in the car world. For around the world own and many car fans, Porsche drive Porsches. means ...
Author: Colin Crum
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Porsche sells more cars annually and has won more races than any other car company. Lotus is known for its handcrafted cars for both the racetrack and street. Both are well-respected companies with very different histories. How do they stack up against each other? Readers will learn to compare and contrast as they settle this ultimate battle for themselves.
His latest award resulted from the 32 - year - old ' s splendid second place on the
Scottish Rally with his front - drive ... the man who gave Porsche their first outright
win at Le Mans in 1970 , returned to a ' works ' Porsche drive last Sunday at ...
RIGHT: The Porsche Driving Experience Winter teaches owners tricks and techniques for driving in snow and ice. Here a Panamera 4 kicks up snow.
Author: Randy Leffingwell
There's something for every Porsche enthusiast in Porsche 70 Years, whether rear-engine 911 loyalist, race fan, or follower of contemporary vehicles. Fasten your seatbelt and hit the gas. Porsche is one of the most important and iconic automotive manufacturers in history. From its first 356 to today's technical tour de force, the 918, Porsche has advanced from strength to strength for nearly seven decades. In Porsche 70 Years: There is No Substitute, author Randy Leffingwell offers a richly illustrated and detailed book that captures the full story of one of the world's leading automotive companies. Beautiful, contemporary, photos and rare historical images accompany in-depth analyses of milestone cars and events. Created with Porsche's cooperation, the book brings to light the engineering anddesign stories behind Stuttgart's most famous cars--such as the 356, 904, 917, 911, 928, 935, 956 and others--as well as its key players. Comprising the most comprehensive overview of the company's entire history, Porsche 70 Years truly has no substitute.
This is an example of Porsche's drive to perfect the 911. This example is a concours condition 1973 911S with a 190 bhp, 2.4-liter, MFI engine mated to a ...
Author: Mitchell Rossi
The ultimate high performance guide for 911S owners. This hands-on book. offers step-by-step guidance for rebuilding the engine, chassis, suspension, brakes, body and interior, for maximum street and road racing performance.
... his fìrst successful Porsche drive was at the 1976 Monza 6 Hours in a Tebernum Racing Team 934, claiming the win with Tim Schenken and Toine Hezemans.
Author: Johnny Tipler
Publisher: The Crowood Press
Porsche applied turbocharging to its racing cars in 1972 and, within a year, this technology had crossed over into its production cars: the first road-going 911 Turbo was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1973. Johnny Tipler tells the story of the air-cooled turbocharged 911s, starting with the 934 and 935 race cars that fostered the Type 930 in 1974. The 930 accounted for over 21,000 vehicle sales before being replaced by the 964 Turbo in 1990, followed by the 993 Turbo in 1995. With 300 colour photographs, many taken specially by renowned photographer Antony Fraser this book also presents exclusive interviews with Klaus Ludwig, Jochen Mass and Nick Heidfeld, as well as including full specification tables for each key model type. Foreword is by Alois Ruf.
He approached Bott, wondering if Porsche could conquer Paris-Dakar in an all-wheel-drive 911. Weissach's first efforts sent normally aspirated 911 Carrera ...
Author: Randy Leffingwell
Publisher: Motorbooks International
Porsche Turbo: The Inside Story of Stuttgart's Turbocharged Road and Race Cars celebrates Porsche's five decades of turbocharged supercar performance, both on the track and on the street. Don't let this one fly past you!
And the new Porsche 928 The legend goes on Drive a Porsche Drive an Audi
You ll feel the magic It's only lonely at the top if you don't keep looking up
PORSCHE + AUDI “ Did reading and writing come naturally to you , " I asked . “
Yes , I ...
Predicting an automotive trend by nearly 100 years was this Porsche - designed “
mixed drive " Lohner of 1902 , shown in front of the Porsche family home in
Massersdorf . That ' s Ferdinand at the wheel again . His father Anton and brother
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a sudden, to Nick's amazement, the Porsche was in front of the dump truck. ... At that distance we can watch the Porsche drive by us.
Author: Harold Adler
Inside the Oval Office a seasoned spymaster learns that a blackmailer has resurfaced from the Cold War days. To thwart this blackmail scheme aimed at maligning the Secretary of State, the spymaster has a two-day window to find the blackmailer. If the blackmailer doesn't receive his ransom, he will torpedo a luxury cruise liner in the Pacific Ocean. Prior to this meeting, the spymaster received covert information about a missing Russian sub. With a race against time, the spymaster assigns Special Agent Ensign Nick McMasters for this intricate assignment. McMasters locates the blackmailer at a jazz festival in Mexico. The trick is to subdue the blackmailer with specially made state of the art newly developed mind-controlling lenses. The old spymaster, who orchestrated the assignment, talks to a Russian general about their Cold War blackmailer and their missing submarine. If the hypnotic state works, the blackmailer releases secret information. After which, McMasters desperately hunts for the moored Russian submarine in the coastal waters of Mexico.