On Tuesday 22 May, Porsche Centre Portsmouth was delighted to host our British Racing Legends Evening.
Over 180 guests witnessed a spectacular display of Porsche Classic and motorsport vehicles including a 1960 356, a 1970 914 and a number of GT models.
The highlight of the evening was our very special guest, British racing legend and five-time Le Mans winner, Derek Bell. Guests had the opportunity to ask Derek questions during a highly entertaining Q&A session conducted by Lee Sibley, Editor of Total 911 magazine.
Centre Principal, Tony Gatt said “We at Porsche Centre Portsmouth are passionate about all things Porsche and felt that as 2018 marks the anniversary of the first ever Porsche production car, we would celebrate this significant milestone with our very own British Racing Legends event. I would like to thank all of our customers who joined us and made it an occasion to remember”.
Please contact Amy Brine on firstname.lastname@example.org for information about any of our future events.
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