Some of the fantastic Ingram Collection at the 2014 Porsche Werks Reunion
Some of the fantastic Ingram Collection at the 2014 Porsche Werks Reunion

Porsche Werks Reunion 2014 – Report and Photos

Porsche Werks Reunion 2014 – Main Photo Gallery (click image for larger picture and description)

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Porsche Werks Reunion 2014 – Award Winners

Zell Am See (356 Closed)
Bob Cannon, 1964 Porsche 356 Coupe

Kabriolet (356 Open)
Paul Mehus, 1959 Porsche 356 Convertible D

Butzi Group (911/912 1965-68)
Keith Martin, 1964 Porsche 911

Stuttgart (911/912 1969-73)
Patrick Wadman, 1973 Porsche 911T

Wurtemberg (911/912 1974-89)
David Pollard, 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera

Mezger (964/993 1990-98)
Jin Young, 1997 Porsche 911 Carrera S

Wasserkuhlung (996/997 1999-2012)
Connie Somers, 2012 Brumos Porsche 959

Zuffenhausen (991 2011-present)
Larry Adams, 2014 Porsche 911 50th Anniversary

Mitte des Motors (914 and 914-6)
Bob Schoenherr, 1971 Porsche 914

Gran Touring (924/944/928/968)
Jim Borowske, 1983 Porsche 944

Lagaay Group (Boxster/Cayman)
George Grialou, 2003 Porsche Boxster S

Piech Group (Limited production/Factory race)
Stanley Gold, 1952 Porsche Stell Bodied Roadster

Sonderwunsche (Special interest/Modified)
John Binion, 1968 Porsche 911S

Sports Gruppe (Outlaws/R Gruppe/Tribute)
Robert Monnastes, 1971 Porsche 911

Sponsorship Trophy
James Patrick III, 1979 Porsche 930 RSR

[Source: PCA; photos: Trevor Ely]

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  1. I am highly disappointed in the reception that our factory 1982 Werks 911CS Turbo Flachbau received from a group who labeled their event ” Porsche Werks Reunion”. Considering the rarity of this automobile, one has to wonder if you even knew what you were looking at. Try finding an original 1982 Factory works car in the States, for that matter, try looking for a duplicate one anywhere. We didn’t even rate a Photo shot ‘ guess we weren’t “Porsche ” enough.

  2. Eugene all photos of cars at Werks Reunion have been done by independent parties and not by any of the organizers of the event. Sorry to hear you think you were mistreated. With over 500 cars attending Not every car could be in the spotlight.

    1. I learned long ago that there are two things for certain with how much attention you’d get for a specific car. (1) Its rarity: Rare cars is only something defined by “insiders”, but keep in mind that viewers (and judges) are generally selected and defined by a “peanut gallery” (2) Its performance. While one specific performance for one car might be ideal for a specific kind of use, don’t be surprised that a specific car that would perform terribly across the board win in a certain class. I did hear that one of the greatest difficulties with one winner over another would be lack of information on how your car did vs. the car that won. I believe rating of cars is based on a pure subjective manner with some stable measured criteria. So go ahead and show up with a 924 with a sunroof and beat that ultra rare 911R. The only way to really tell what is the “best” Porsche is putting it on a track using the same driver performing identical wins on any drive for its class. .