The Porsche Sport Driving School in Birmingham, Alabama may just be heaven for Porsche enthusiasts.
Hairpins and Corkscrews
A sign depicting the layout of the Barber Motorsports Park racetrack, the site of the Porsche Sport Driving School.
Rooted in Racing
Porsche's racing heritage has kept exceptional performance and handling at the forefront of the brand's priorities.
A Day at the Races
Dhani's time off the track at the Porsche Sport Driving School is spent conversing with Porsche experts and enthusiasts.
The Spyder Man
Dhani gets behind the wheel of the Porsche 550 Spyder, the legendary sports car that paved the way for Porsche's racing success.
The Giant Killer
On circuits in the 1950s, the Porsche 550 Spyder earned its nickname, "The Giant Killer," by outperforming bigger race cars with larger engines.
A Rare Racing Icon
Only 90 original Porsche 550 Spyders were built between 1953 and 1956, making it one of the rarest cars in existence.
A Spyder with Guts
Despite its small four-cylinder engine, the 550 Spyder was even able to pass vehicles equipped with V8s during its reign in the mid-1950s thanks, in part, to its sleek, low-weight design.
Ready to Roll
A key sits in the ignition of the Porsche Spyder 550.