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In a zone all its own: the new Porsche 911 Targa 4/4S

Aspiring Porsche fans around the world often look at the fastest models as the benchmark for performance. Coupé models usually showcase the full range, from the entry level 911 Carrera all the way up to the 911 GT2RS, while the cabriolet models add the panache and adventure of the wind in your hair experience, with a distinct disregard for the possibility of rain, something enjoyed by more seasoned Porsche owners. If you’re thinking like a Porsche engineer, is there room for something between? There is, and since 1965 it’s been called the Porsche 911 Targa. Today’s 2020 versions are making their debut in all-wheel drive form as the new Porsche 911 Targa 4 and 911 Targa 4S models, keeping the tradition of innovative extravagance and elegance alive.

  • Written by Narend Sooknarine
  • Category: Auto News

Trini tech achieves Porsche Gold Certification

Porsche customers in Trinidad & Tobago can now sleep much more peacefully, as the technician Stefan Singh achieved Gold Certification in 2016 and now uses his globally recognized certification to take care of their sportscars.

  • Written by Zorce Admin
  • Category: Auto News

Mobil Lubricants - Commitment to Motorsport in T&T!

Mobil 1™ has long been recognised as the lubricant of choice for race teams competing in some of the most gruelling motorsport events globally such as Formula One®NASCAR® and the Porsche Mobil 1™ Supercup. Mobil 1™ synthetic motor oils are relied on for their ability to deliver exceptional engine performance and protection under some of the most extreme conditions. Automotive mechanics, race car drivers and some of the world’s leading automotive manufacturers can all testify to the advanced formulation delivered by Mobil 1™ lubricants.

  • Written by Narend Sooknarine
  • Category: Auto News

ANSA Motors, NGC CNG and School Transport Association join forces

On July 14, President of the NGC CNG Company Ltd Curtis Mohammed and Sales Manager at ANSA Motors Curtis Bowles presented the keys to three brand new CNG and diesel buses to President of the Private School Transport Association of Trinidad and Tobago (PSTATT) George La Vende.

  • Written by Zorce Admin
  • Category: Auto News

List of vehicle inspection stations in Trinidad & Tobago

Recently there have been messages being shared stating that come Monday 20th February 2017, Police and Licensing Officers will be out in force checking vehicle inspection stickers and certificates. The messages go on to state that the fine for not having this sticker up-to-date is TT$5000 while others quote TT$1000 and TT$7500. I contacted Mr. Phillip Greaves, Interim President of the Association of Vehicle Inspection Stations in Trinidad & Tobago to shed some light on this.

According to Mr. Greaves, “first and foremost it is the law of Trinidad & Tobago to have your vehicle inspection valid regardless if Police are enforcing it or not”. So you cannot claim you did not know they were checking or not.

  • Written by Kasey Ramoutar
  • Category: Auto News

TT Motorsport Car Clubs

  • Autosport - Drags, Drag & Wind
  • C.A.R.S. - Solodex/Autocross
  • Rally Club TT - Rally
  • Side-B - Off Road
  • Trail Blazers - Off Road
  • Trini Truckin'
  • TTASA - Drags, Circuit, Karting
  • TTDA - Drift
  • TTKA - Karting
  • TTORC - Off Road
  • TTundra - Drag Racing