Porsche Centre Belfast recently hosted a three-day driving experience, giving customers the opportunity to drive cars from the Porsche Experience Centre (PEC) Silverstone at Modello Race Track and stay at the Kildare Country Club.
After a briefing on the Thursday morning, a convoy of 50 customer cars set off from Porsche Centre Belfast for Modello race track in Co. Kildare. Upon arrival, they were greeted with a variety of cars from PEC Silverstone, along with Porsche Driving Consultants who were on hand to explain the vehicles' technology and handling. In addition to a range of Porsche models, guests also drove single seater race cars and took part in a Go Kart competition in conjunction with Nutts Corner Racetrack. The convoy then made its way to the Kildare Country Club were guests were treated to an evening BBQ to round up a brilliant day.
Day two consisted of an array of activities including archery, golf, horse riding, fishing, and clay pidgeon shooting while some guests chose to spend the day shopping at the nearby Kildare Village shopping outlet.
The weekend finished up with a presentation evening and fabulous dining experience.
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