As parts of the country enter a second period of lockdown, Porsche has put together a series of articles for homeschooling you'll actually want to do.
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Porsche has drawn on its talent pool of designers, engineers and brand ambassadors to create 'masterclasses' for people stuck at home in isolation during the coronavirus crisis.

The rollout of Porsche tutorials continue as parts of Australia – and in particular Victoria – enter another period of restrictions, making it more important than ever to find new ways to keep busy.

Some months ago, Porsche began putting together a series of articles across a number of topics written by experts in their respective fields, and brand ambassador and former tennis star Maria Sharapova shared her favourite Russian recipes.

Since the #GetCreativeWithPorsche series began in April, the mini-masterclasses have been trickling through every few weeks. With 10 articles now available, it gives those stuck at home the opportunity to either engage in new activities – or perhaps improve skills already possessed – on a weekly basis.

Favourites from the CarAdvice (home) office include articles from Porsche's Head of Design Michael Mauer on designing cars, Richard Pardon on car photography, Tim Layzell on painting cars, Richard Tipper on detailing, Max Benecke on sim racing, and our very own former Formula One ace Mark Webber on keeping fit.

As the countdown to the lifting of restrictions begins, members from the Melbourne CarAdvice team will be trying our hand at some new things – though most likely perfecting Maria Sharapova's honey cake recipe.

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