Last year marked 70 years of Porsche, and to honour the occasion Porsche held a ‘Sportscar Together Day’ bringing together Porsche drivers and fans around the world.
This day is now a firm fixture in our calendars, so on 12 June we organised a track day at Anglesey circuit exclusively for our sportscar customers. Over 40 customers and their guests attended the event and brought along their various Porsche models which they put through their paces throughout the day.
Also known as ‘Trac Môn’, the circuit sits in a beautiful setting on the west coast of Anglesey with stunning views of the Irish Sea and the Snowdonia mountain range.
We were also very excited to be able to offer our guests the opportunity to test drive the brand new 911 (992) on the track. This model was launched in March this year and we have two beautiful demonstrators here at the Centre which customers were able to drive on the day under the guidance of qualified race instructors.
Complimentary breakfast and lunch were enjoyed by all and the feedback from the day was really positive. One customer commented: “Thank you for a fantastic experience at Anglesey, the 992 is an exceptional car.”
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