Why? Just because.
In all, there were 17 classic Porsche 911s. 120 people were involved. And after a year and a half of preparation, the trip to South Africa finally happened. But this was no typical safari adventure. It was a nine day road rally that took participants through some of the most challenging and dangerous terrain in all of Africa. The Tuthill Porsche team took part in the East African Safari Rally, what some consider being the ultimate survival test between human and machine.
If you've ever done some seriously rallying before, you'll likely have a pretty good idea of just how treacherous things can get, and the high stakes involved. We're talking potential life and death here, but for some an adrenaline rush is just too addictive to ignore.