You can see the full documentary in the video at the bottom of the page. Walker talks about his passion for classic cars, explaining how his love affair with Porsche began. Once he bought his first car and discovered that feeling of pure freedom, he knew he could only go forward.
Walker may be famous for his work as a designer, but his true love is Porsche. He explains that he made his own luck through determination, hard work and grit, and he is proud of his collection. To him, driving his Porsches is “like meditation,” the best feeling in the world – especially if he’s at the wheel of his favorite in the collection, the custom Porsche 227.
Walker’s doc is the first in a 4-part series, which also includes Australian former racing driver Mark Webb, custom tuner Akira Nakai, and former racer Bruce Canepa. They will be showing off their collections and favorite cars much like Walker, on the Silverstone Circuit track near London, on the streets of LA, Santa Cruz and Tokyo.
All 4 mini-docs will also be available as in-game content in CSR2, and players will be able to drive all the cars shown in motion in them. That includes Mark Webber’s Porsche 911 GT2 RS, Akira Nakai’s Porsche Type 993 911, Magnus Walker’s Porsche 911 and Bruce Canepa’s Porsche 959.
“Working with CSR2 on a celebration of our 70th anniversary, we wanted to find a way to connect with the gaming audience across the globe through content that felt authentic and memorable,” Dr. Kjell Gruner, VP Marketing at Porsche AG, says.
“We’re glad that we had the opportunity to capture these unique personalities and their stories because they each represent a distinctive interpretation of what it means to love Porsche sports cars. This partnership enables us to inspire new and longtime fans alike as we look towards the next 70 years of Porsche,” Gruner adds.