In celebration of Porsche’s 75th anniversary, Porsche Cars North America is gearing up for the 7th rendition of Rennsport Reunion, once again held at the iconic WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. The four-day event from September 28 to October 1 of this year will be the biggest yet, and the theme is “Icons of Porsche”. Isn’t every Porsche an icon? At Laguna Seca, you’ll be able to meet heroes of Porsche’s racing past, watch cars go toe-to-toe on track, and mingle with some of the most important Porsche fanatics on the planet.
“Icons are at the heart of the Porsche experience, whether they are some of the most memorable cars we have put on the track, the legendary drivers who pushed those cars to new limits or the biggest moments in our rich history of motorsports wins,” said Kjell Gruner, President and CEO of PCNA. “What better way to celebrate our 75th anniversary this year than to bring them all together for one great weekend with Porsche fans and new friends. September can’t come soon enough!”
We agree Kjell. September really can’t come soon enough!
Tickets are available for pre-event purchase through WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. You’ll want to get a pass for all four days, because you won’t believe what you’ll see there. I’ve been a few times now, and it’s totally worth going. This event is such an experience for any Porsche fan, but this year is supposed to be even bigger. Not only will you get to experience the racing action on track with vintage and modern Porsche race cars, but also be able to see many rare Porsche vehicles, enjoy new vehicle reveals, Esports, fan zones, and take part in opportunities to meet and interact with drivers as they share their exciting racing experiences.
“California and Porsche are a dream pairing, and the Monterey Peninsula is an ideal spot to bring the two together for an unforgettable weekend with so much happening both on and off the track,” said Kjell Gruner, President and CEO of PCNA. “Rennsport Reunion is for everyone – we’re creating an experience that’s special, whether you’re a long-time enthusiast or are new to Porsche and are learning about our cars for the first time. Rennsport Seven is going to be bigger and more exciting than ever and yet at its core it’s the people that sets it apart – all are welcome, and I can’t wait to share our plans in the coming months.”
Rennsport Reunion has been celebrating Porsche’s motorsport history for over twenty years, and it’s grown beyond anything we’ve ever imagined. It’s well worth attending, so see you there?