Festival of Porsche returns to Brands Hatch this September for a special celebration of Germany’s most iconic sports car manufacturer, complete with racing, demonstrations and displays. The event’s return, for the first time since 2014, is ideally timed as it coincides with the 70th anniversary of Porsche.
On-track action will be headlined by Porsche Club Great Britain’s very own Porsche Club Championship, starring a wide range of the manufacturer’s race-prepared cars across several classes.
The racing will be accompanied by a wealth of other attractions both on and off the circuit, including demonstrations and displays of Porsche cars throughout the years, and a marquee timeline of hand-picked Porsches from the past seven decades. Significant racing cars from the manufacturer’s past will appear too, including the three-times Le Mans winning Porsche 919 Hybrid.
Chris Seaward, General Manager at Porsche Club GB commented: “Porsche Club is excited to be returning to Brands Hatch in 2018 to continue the tradition of successful Porsche Festivals at the Circuit. The event will bring together many of the Club’s most dynamic activities including a superb on-track programme for enthusiasts to enjoy. Since the last event in 2014 Porsche Club has grown significantly and we’re expecting a substantial turnout as we celebrate Porsche’s 70th year.”
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