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Stuttcars is the brain child of long-time Porsche aficionados James Herne and Margus Holland.
James has owned many Porsche cars and he was 8 years in the management board of Porsche Club Estonia, including 4 years as the club president. The best events James organized, saw more than 50 Porsches on the race track. He is also a bestowed life-time member of Porsche Club Finland.
James thinks Nürburgring is one of the best places on Earth for extreme emotions and in amateur racing he has achieved about 10 podium places in events such as time attacks, drag racing and top speed competitions. Although James thinks slalom is not a sport, one of the notable wins was the slalom challenge at Porsche Leipzig proving grounds with 160 participants. James has visited the Porsche factories in Leipzig, Uusikaupunki and Stuttgart many times.
James has studied Porsche history for a long time and has a degree in Information Technology. His a founder type guy.
Margus has been a Porsche driver since 2000, right after buying his first Porsche (and first car for that matter) from James. He joined the Porsche Club Estonia that year and was president of Porsche Club Estonia in 2009-2012.
Although a BA of Civil Engineering, his heart beats more in sync with computers and the internet. With over ten years of experience at Skype and other IT companies, Margus is the man behind the technology of Stuttcars.com.
When asked “Why do you drive a Porsche?”, he usually states that there’s no other car out there that has the same kind of soul. While there are a lot of beautiful and great cars, a Porsche is still the best.
Margus’ first Porsche was a ruby red 944 from 1983 and was with him for seven years. It was replaced with a 951 which he used to drive all year round and yes, that also means the freezing Estonian winters with snow up to ones waist. He then upgraded to a a black 911 996 Turbo. But as life progressed (and family grew), it was time for change, so he’s now found behind the wheel of a Cayenne.