On Saturday 9 June, Porsche Centre Silverstone welcomed over 300 guests to our Sportscar Together Day celebrating the 70th birthday of Porsche.
The event celebrated all things Porsche, bringing together Porsche drivers and fans, along with a display of both classic and new Porsche models, plus demonstration drives and fun for the whole family.
Guests had the chance to put their driving skills to the test in our Porsche Carrera Cup designed driving simulators and children had several activities to enjoy, including chalkboards, colouring and build your own Porsche art work. The Porsche go kart track was popular, with the children trying to beat their personal bests around the track. We also made sure our Classic Restoracing Competition car had centre stage on the race track.
Our guests also enjoyed a BBQ lunch and ice cream in the lovely sunny weather.
Thank you to the guests that attended our Sportscar Together Day. If you have any enquiries please contact us on 01327 355 911 and ask to speak to a member of the Sales Team.
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