The Porsche Centre Chester road trip returned for its fourth consecutive year, with 20 Porsche drivers and enthusiasts making their way from Rotterdam to Cologne over four action-packed days.
This year saw the trips biggest turn-out which included 11 cars and 22 people, including Porsche Centre Chester hosts Carl Hazelton, Centre Principal and Kat Smith, Marketing Executive.
The trip started in Rotterdam with guests excitedly discussing the itinerary which included driving on the famous Nürburgring F1 Spa Circuit tracks, and of course, go karting at the Michael Schumacher Kart and Event Centre.
Driving on the famous race track, the Nürburgring, was one of the highlights of the trip; the track is known for its difficulty, covering 160 turns over 12.9 miles. As was the go karting, with Jason Seddon finishing in first place, Carl Hazelton in second place and John Edwards in third.
However, the final day of the trip was a dream come true for many of our guests. Guests were able to drive the F1 Spa Circuit which is home to the Formula One Belgian Grand Prix and is a firm favourite for many racing drivers and fans.
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