Not long ago I had the chance to get behind the wheel of an older Porsche 911. It was an all original 39,000 mile 1989 930 Turbo and it was, in a word, glorious. Porsche’s of this vintage, the 930 Turbo especially, were right on the cusp of melding modern technology with performance. In some regards it was still sketchy as hell to drive, as this was the car that defined the phrase “lift throttle oversteer”. Yet in other ways, it made you connect on a level with the road that you’d never think possible. The more I drove it, the more comfortable I became. I also realized that in order to drive this car fast, you needed skill, confidence and the desire to better yourself as a driver.