Porsche performance at Apulia
You could be asking a question about the links between your Sacramento Porsche dealership, the dream of a mechanic and the region of Apulia, in southern Italy, known as the primary producer of olive oil. Although there are few major attractions for the average tourists in this part of Italy; for the motoring enthusiasts, it’s a place that since 1975 has seen manufacturers of cars in abundance! The reason; is for them to test their creations at the Porsche Nardò Technical Center.
That brand new gleaming Porsche in the showroom of your Sacramento Porsche dealership probably has its origins at the Porsche Nardò Technical Center. Initially constructed by Fiat, was purchased by Porsche in 2012. It’s a center available to all vehicle manufacturers, prepared to pay the asking fee and offers a mild climate that allows for all-year testing. This is the dreamland of a Sacramento Porsche mechanic, with 20 tracks and everything needed to see how well that future model Porsche for you, performs!
For ideal performance testing, car reliability, and the tire quality, there is a 3.9-miles handling track with 16 curves. With a specially constructed paving, the track has rails, cobblestones, pot holes, long waves, and wash-board sections. This enables severe testing of your Sacramento Porsche model, for noise, vibrations, harshness, as well as durability. With a tire laceration road, that car model for your dealership is subjected to some extreme conditions simulation. There is a rolling track, with parallel rows of steel rolls, designed to simulate the effects of driving on a low-friction surface; for example, ice.
The high-speed circular track is 7.8 miles around by 2.5 miles in diameter with an outer lane banked at over 12 degrees. Therefore, at 150 miles per hour, the centrifugal force is effectively canceled out. It could be said that this is where it all begins, for any Sacramento Porsche owner!