Porsche Centre Hatfield was delighted to host the Porsche Owners Club GB, Region 21 for their Concours event on Sunday 7 July. This marks the thirty-third year that we have hosted this event.
The Chiltern Region (21) covers parts of Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire. The sun was shining as Porsche Centre Hatfield welcomed 63 Porsche cars, including a variety of classic and modern models ranging from a 924 to a GT3. Guests' Porsche cars were then judged in a number of categories including: the bodywork and mileage in comparison to the condition and the servicing history and the originality of the car. Congratulations to Imran Ahmed for winning ‘Porsche Centre Best Porsche’ with his 993 C2.
We also held a raffle in aid of the Hertfordshire Air Ambulance which raised £302. The star prize - a Porsche Driving Experience - was won by Sue and Steve Edwards.
Porsche Centre Hatfield partnered with Gourmand Farms to cater for all of our guests.
Discover more about the Porsche Owners Club GB Region 21 and how to become a member.
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