On 6, 7 and 8 July Porsche hosted a stand at the Formula 1® British Grand Prix. Located within the Fanzone area, the Porsche display featured the 718 Boxster, 718 Cayman, Macan and Panamera models, attracting attention from a diverse range of Porsche and Formula 1® enthusiasts.
Throughout the race weekend guests were able to watch the practice laps, enjoy a range of hospitality and, for some, they were able to watch the action unfold from the Porsche Experience Centre rooftop, offering panoramic views of Becketts, Hangar Straight and through to Stowe.
As the Silverstone Circuit is celebrating its 70th Anniversary on Tuesday 2 October, visitors were treated to three commemorative parades featuring F1® cars and drivers to mark the occasion.
The race weekend concluded on Sunday, with Sebastian Vettel being crowned winner of the British Grand Prix.
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