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Johnny Tipler is a freelance motoring journalist, historian and author based in Norwich, England. With over 37 books published on a variety of motoring topics ranging from racing cars and driver biographies to motorcycles and commercials, Johnny spends much of his time covering historic race meetings, topical issues and interviewing racing personalities for the international automotive media.

A major contributor to 911 & Porsche World, Classic Porsche and Total 911 magazines, Johnny writes on new car launches, important historic vehicles, specialist tuners, drivers and restorers, as well as covering international classic events like Spa Six Hours and Monte Carlo Historic Rally. His book, La Carrera Panamericana: the World’s Greatest Road Race, was published in October 2008, and his book on the Lotus ‘Evora’ 2+2 was published by Coterie Press in spring 2010. In June 2014 Johnny’s latest book, “Porsche Carrera: the Air Cooled Era 1953 – 1998″ was published by Crowood Press.

Most exciting motoring event: I drove La Carrera Panamericana in Mexico in 2011 in a Porsche 914 – see my blog!

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  1. Hi Johnny,
    it was nice to meet you in Harwich yesterday an tow you off the ferry this morning.
    Good to see you are a green oval enthusiast too!
    Safe travels and kind regards,
    Joey and Sonja

  2. Johnny,
    We are starting a KEGS Alumni Network at the school as was wondering if you could join us for the first social (we like celebs!) on March 25. Can you let me know if you can come?

    • Hi Peter,
      In principal I’d love to come. I tend to prioritise work gigs, so if I’m around I will show up, but I could be on a job.
      Love the Caddy anecdote!
      Johnny

  3. BTW, my first car was a 1970 Cadillac DeVille convertible. Emerald Green with White Top and White Interior. Parents were apoplectic when I brought it home. 4 mpg. Sewer Main for an exhaust which kicked up small rocks with just the thrust. No suspension and no heat.

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