Porsche Centre Wilmslow was delighted to host the Porsche Club GB annual meeting on Wednesday 14 November. The event attracted a record attendance of 235 members and guests for a great evening at the Centre which was put together by Porsche Club Northern Regional Director Philip Graham and Centre Principal Jason Shenton.
Guests had the opportunity to explore the workshop and watch our Porsche-trained Technicians carrying out the fitment of a Sports Exhaust System to a Porsche 991 Coupé. The Service and Sales Teams were also on hand to help assist with any questions about Porsche. The Centre provided fantastic canapés and a light wine tasting experience for those not driving.
Mike Wilds also gave an inspirational presentation on his motor racing career. He has participated in eight F1 World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on 20 July 1974. This year, at 72 years of age, Mike competed in the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain at Brands Hatch. It was clear from Mike’s presentation that he clearly still loves competing in motorsport with no signs of hanging up his signature yellow and black diamond crash helmet just yet.
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