Porsche Centre South Lakes was really proud to host a gathering of the Porsche Club Great Britain to celebrate their 60th birthday.
The event took place on the 29 August 2021 with 200 cars and over 350 members from multiple regions attending our Centre for food, drinks and to meet the guest of honour, Porsche racing legend and Le Mans winner Richard Attwood.
On display was the special Richard Attwood 911 British Legends Edition kindly lent to us by Tim Eagle, who managed to get his petrol cover signed by Mr Attwood. Also on display was a classic 911 restored by the team at Road & Race Restorations for PCGB to racing specifications and covered in the iconic Salzburg livery and the current Porsche model range including our special 911 Targa 4S Heritage Edition.
Richard Attwood was with us all day and treated the guests to a special Q&A session as well as poster signings and mingling the attendees around the Porsche Mobile Exhibition Unit that we had in our carpark.
It was the perfect first event at our new Centre and it was really nice to see so many people come out and celebrate the birthday of the Porsche Club and its long-standing history with our Centre.
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