Articles about Ruf CTR

Flattery at its finest
When the Italian resurrection of Bugatti went belly-up (we know, whoever would've seen that coming?), the company's engineers and designers thought, rightfully, that it'd be a frightful waste of chassis, engines, and expertise not yet combined to produce
And it's for sale
Do auction lots get any better than this? Currently for sale at RM Sotheby's online-only European Sale is this: the very first of only 16 widebody Ruf CTR2 Sports, and one of two that was built specifically for the Pikes
Take a 330kph+ trip down memory lane to see why Ruf earns a special place in our hearts
Saying you love Ruf is like saying you love sunsets, or ice cream, or swimming on a warm summer day. It's just one of those things that seems impossible to hate.But why are we such ardent admirers? Is it the
An interview with Marc Brunner
With an increasing number of Filipinos taking on bigger roles abroad in major international companies-especially in the fields of hospitality, construction, and IT-you could say these highly trained, knowledgeable, and skilled personnel are fast becoming our most important exports. Anywhere
It was on Betamax and VHS formats
The Porsche 919's lap of the Nurburgring this year might be the fastest of all time. But the best, most exciting, put-down-your-tea-and- just-watch lap? That still belongs to another Porsche-German tuner Ruf's 1987 promo
'I am your father'
Last year, Porsche tuner Ruf showed us the modern reincarnation of its famous 1987 CTR Yellowbird. Now, for this year's posh Californian car garden party-The Quail-both new and old Yellowbirds are getting together for the first time on American
One of only seven
RM Sotheby's Monaco auction is shaping up to be quite a thing. Alongside countless priceless and historically significant classics there's the first-ever Ferrari Sergio, which is expected to fetch a staggering €3million, and the weirdly wonderful Ferrari Conciso Concept
You can now buy your dream Porsche from the '80s
Back in 1987 Ruf launched a car called the CTR. It was based on the Porsche 911, but had been thoroughly modified, developing 469hp. At the time it was widely believed to be the fastest car in the world, capable of 343kph.
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