Last weekend Porsche Centre Wilmslow attended The Oulton Park Gold Cup for the seventh year. This is the circuit's signature event and is much more than your average historic race meeting with a plethora of on and off-track entertainment.
The sun shone all weekend, which made for great racing conditions and a lovely ambiance on the decking of our Porsche hospitality stand. We had a range of new Porsche vehicles on display, plus some stunning cars kindly loaned by our customers.
We were surrounded by classic car club stands, including the Porsche Club GB stand with over 50 cars on display, and between our stands it was like a mini Porsche village. The whole weekend had a fantastic atmosphere and we hope to be back there again next year for our 8th year.
Please email us for more information on our future events.
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