But it wasn't just prototypes which had success in rallying, as production versions of
the 911 would win the Monte Carlo Rally in 1968, '69 and '70. When the
turbocharged 930 variant of the 911 was introduced, Porsche built the 934 and
935 racing versions of the car, and in 1979, would get a 1-2-3 finish from the
935 at Le Mans, with a 934 taking fourth place. The 911 would go on to be one
of the most successfully-raced sports cars of all time, including successful
bids from countless privateer teams in all sorts of races. But Porsche’s prototype racers were also an unqualified success.