At this year’s Porsche Club Great Britain Christmas Event we caught up with Porsche racing legend Richard Attwood. Why a legend in a world where that word is so overused? Well, because he was the first ever winner of Le Mans for Porsche (1970) and because he drove in a time when in each season three to four top motor racing drivers would die each year. HOW is he still alive? No seatbelts. And the risk of spinning off and hitting a house or a telegraph pole at any moment. He also reveeals his favourite (and most dangerous) motor racing circuit. And we ask him a bunch of questions including one that he simply refuses to answer! Watch here to find out more.

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