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June 2017
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In this issue, learn the story of how engineer John Horsman tamed the Porsche 917 race car with a simple aerodynamic update, in "Tall Tail" by Jay Gillotti. Many fathers and sons bond over cars, and in "A Father's Legacy" by Bruce Sweetman, see how one member honors his dad with this 1972 911T Targa. Discover the lengths Porsche went to make the first- and second-generation Panameras in "Panamera: The Development Story" by Kieron Fennelly. Honing performance driving skills can be done at any age, as you'll find out in "Septuagenarians at Silverstone" by Marc Noordeloos — plus an interview with Le Mans champion Richard Attwood.

Of course, regular Panorama departments Tech Q&A, European Windows, From the Regions, Street Talk, Art & Canvas, Junior Driver, and zwART are all present and accounted for. Enjoy the issue!

Tall Tail
The backstory on Porsche's epochal 917s
How racing engineer John Horsman helped cement Porsche's place in motorsport history.
A Father's Legacy
Washing, waxing, and wrenching
A 1972 911T Targa symbolizes the bond between father and son.
Panamera
The Development Story
A look back at the genesis of Porsche's four-door executive express.
Septuagenarians at Silverstone
It's just a number
Age is no barrier when it comes to improving your driving skills. (Plus an interview with Le Mans champion Richard Attwood.)