On Friday 14 July Porsche Centre Leicester hosted a unique evening of motorsport fuelled fun as we showcased the incredible Porsche 963 model.
The Porsche 963 is a motorsport car entered into the two most important endurance racing series in the world, the WEC and IMSA – which includes the classic 24h Le Mans, 24h Daytona and 12h Sebring.
Motorsport enthusiasts had the pleasure of viewing the remarkable model which was revealed on the night. They then had the opportunity to put their racing skills to the test on the racing simulators from The Apex Racing team, and saw how their reactions compared to the professionals on the Batek Wall.
To top the evening off professional chef Nick Deverell Smith cooked up a storm, with tomato and pesto arinicini, BBQ pulled pork subs and smoked mackerel and cucumber croustade. We would like to thank Nick for his delicious food which was certainly enjoyed by all.
We would also like to thank the Penske Motorsport team for allowing us to showcase this incredible model and enabling us provide attendees with such a unique opportunity.
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