On Sunday 4 June, Porsche Centre Hatfield played host to a collection of stunning vehicles from a range of brands including Porsche, Ferrari, Aston Martin and Lamborghini, to name but a few.
Co-hosted with Omologato, the motorsport inspired watchmaker, the Chronos and Cars event brought together like-minded enthusiasts to meet and chat about the different cars on show.
Over 100 classic and iconic supercars were on display, including some of the finest examples of Porsche cars through the ages, from the 914 to the 911 R.
Omologato founder Shami Kalra said: “Another fantastic Chronos and Cars event with a host of motor enthusiasts coming together to celebrate our love of cars, photography and watches. We are delighted to partner with Porsche Centre Hatfield and we hope the success of this event will lead to many more meetings in the future.”
Mark Goody, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Hatfield, said “We are proud to play host to a collection of sought-after sports cars and accessories. Porsche always puts fans first and this event offers the opportunity for Porsche and Omologato fans to come together and embrace the things we all love.”
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