In an exclusive interview with The Lad, owner of Porsche Motorsport, Dr. Werner Riemann, talks about the car he owns in Valencia and how it is the benchmark for racing in the country.
“The car was bought a few years ago in Valencia by a friend of mine who was an enthusiast for the Porsche Car-Racing series, and he brought it to us and it was a Porsche Car, so it was very well equipped, and it’s a very beautiful car,” he told us.
“So it has a really nice balance of style and quality, but at the same time it has the feeling of elegance and simplicity.
The only problem with this car is that it’s not very easy to drive.
So you need to know what to do with the car, but once you do that, it’s quite simple.”
“The Porsche Car is so simple, but it’s also very comfortable, so if you want to go faster, then you just have to adjust the suspension a little bit, and that’s about it.”
He says the car is very easy on the eye, but he adds: “It’s not a car that you want a lot of attention to.
It’s quite a simple car, and you need not worry about getting too close to people.”
Riemann says he is confident that the car will remain in the hands of the public for many years to come.
“I hope that this car will be used for a long time in racing, for many races, for several years,” he said.
It is beautiful, and the best racing car I’ve ever seen.” “
For the first time in my life I’ve seen a Porsche in the wild.
It is beautiful, and the best racing car I’ve ever seen.”
Riemman also commented on the car’s unique characteristics: “The GT3-R is a very well balanced car.
The GT3 is very high, and also very low.
It has the feel of the GT3, but the feeling is different.”
Remicann also shared his opinion on the upcoming 2018-2019 season of the World Endurance Championship.
“It will be interesting to see how the drivers perform.
The drivers are a little too young to be competitive at the front, but they’re going to be very competitive at all the other races.
They’re going on a new track with the new cars, so there are a lot more challenges for them.”
A Porsche GT3 racer in 2018, and a race winner in 2017, Remican has spent the last two decades racing for Porsche Motorsport in a variety of disciplines.
He has won a total of six world titles, and won the 2007 Porsche GT1 championship, the 2007 Le Mans 24 Hours, the 2012 German Grand Prix, and was runner-up to Bart Dietz in the 2005 Daytona 500.
Romeo Vitti, a native of Valencia, has driven for Porsche since 1997.
He won the 2005 Porsche GT class championship and finished fourth in the 2006 Porsche GT Le Mans race, as well as finishing third in the 2009 and 2012 Le Mans races.
Vitti was the only driver to win both the 2007 and 2009 Le Mans GT Leagues, and in 2015 was the winner of the FIA GTE World Championship.
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