Matt Hummel’s love for vintage automobiles has led him to many interesting places, but no car has captured his imagination quite like his 1956 Porsche 356.
Living in the shadows of the larger and more widely known Mexican road race, La Carrera Panamericana, there exists another race held in Northern Mexico that boasts the same amount of speed stages for a fraction of the cost. This is the Chihuahua Express.
Premiering at the Automotive Film Festival during Monterey Car Week and available now on Vimeo On-Demand, THE LAST GREAT ROAD RACE is a 50 minute documentary film following Benton Performance and their 1962 Porsche 356b Racer along La Carrera Panamericana 2000-miles through the heart of Mexico.
THE LAST GREAT ROAD RACE is a feature documentary that follows mechanic John Benton, driver Robert Curry and their team, 2000 miles across the heart of Mexico, as they push the limits of their 1962 Porsche 356b Racer.
Z Enthusiast John Beck and mechanic John Coffey travel to Riverside, California to unearth an ultra-rare Silver 240z built in 1969 that has been sitting in a horse trailer for the past 7 years.
The Porsche Club's 28th annual 356 Concours D'elegance event in Orange country was held this past Sunday in Dana Point. With over 400 cars in attendance, the event highlights the cream of the crop of pristine examples of the Porsche 356, and is supported by many late-model 912s and 911s, as well as other Porsches…
Moving from Cincinnati to Los Angeles, I loaded up my car with everything I own and spent 5 days driving 2300+ miles across the country.
Go behind the scenes with French automotive artist, Stéphane DuFour as he creates a one-of-a-kind resin sculpture of the Benton Performance La Carrera Panamericana racer, a 1962 Porsche 356b, for friend and mechanic John Benton.
When you are offered the chance to shoot an original 1967 Shelby GT500 from the film Gone In 60 Seconds, signed by Nicolas Cage; otherwise known as Eleanor, you don't turn it down.