28th Feb 2005, 18:47

Cruising is cool, I love to drive my Porsche nowhere in particular on a regular basis!

Perhaps you were driving to fast in the wet when you booted it.

I would say to any new 911 driver find a quiet large car park/ air strip/Track and find the limits and know what to do when it gets hairy.

I also love to give my 911 a real drive and to date I have had some great powerslides and still have my full no claims bonus. Tyre costs have been kept secret from the Mrs though.

Suggest you stay in garage and polish.

23rd May 2006, 17:31

I really love to drive my 1990 Carrera 4 Cabiolet It holds the road well if you install the right tires. Had it sold, but the guy backed out, in the mean time I bought a 2001 Carrera Cab and now much to my suprize now I have two. I call it my collection. I get a lot more looks from the old one. Totally two different automobiles, both are true sports cars. Now I love them both can't get my self to sell one.

5th Sep 2007, 23:34

I love my 90 carrera 4 with all my heart! this vehicle stops on a dime and responds like no other vehicle I have ever owned! I'm 45 and wish I had gotten her a long time ago.

23rd Jan 2011, 23:16

An understanding of "trail braking" helps hustle these cars through bends at high speeds. Losing it in the wet says more about the driver than the car. 4-wheel drive does not trump ignorance. It helps get it moving on a slippery surface and through the twisties in the dry.

The 911 is not a perfect car, but it has a following of people who appreciate all of its many qualities. Those who criticise the handling of the 911 are either lacking in skill, or likely not a Porsche 911 owner. It really is that simple.