Sepang, Malaysia – On 3rd of August, official Porsche distributor, Sime Darby Auto Performance, will be treating Porsche owners and enthusiasts to a celebration of their passion for the German sports car brand at Malaysia’s inaugural Sportscar Together Day, at Sepang International Circuit (SIC).
Everyone is invited to join the Sportscar Together Day which is a family-friendly event, featuring race cars to everyday sports cars, and other thrilling series of driving activities on and off the racetrack that have been specifically designed to cater to both adults and children alike. Not only will it be a feast for the eyes and ears, guests will be also spoilt for choice with dishes from a variety of food trucks on-site.
There will be a Fascination Porsche showcase where Porsche fans can learn about the numerous stories and milestones behind the company which has decisively shaped the development of sports cars to-date. Visitors will be able to get an up close and personal look at all generations of the iconic 911 and witness the launch of the recently unveiled eighth generation model. Also on display are other iconic models such as the Le Mans winning Porsche 919 Hybrid.
On the racing front, guests will discover the next step towards the future of motorsports for Porsche with its bold venture into the technology-driven world of Formula E. At the same time, there will also be a preview of the upcoming Porsche Taycan with the Mission E 1:3 scale model Augmented Reality (AR) experience.
Porsche enthusiasts who want to take their driving skills to the next level and familiarise themselves with the dynamics of being behind the wheel of a Porsche can register for the Porsche Experience activity.
All Porsche owners are also invited to be part of the Porsche Parade, and gather their cars on the racetrack to celebrate and pay homage to the inherent motorsport DNA embedded into the brand. The Porsche Parade is set to be one of the largest Porsche gatherings ever to be staged at SIC.
Additionally, parents who want to share their love of driving with their children can sign them up for the Porsche Junior Experience programme. This is open to children from the age of 4 to 12 years, who will be taught basic road and racetrack skills on the specially designed circuit intended to imitate the critically acclaimed Sepang International Circuit and real-life road conditions.
For more information on Porsche’s inaugural Sportscar Together Day in Malaysia and the activities available on 3 August, as well as to register your interest, please visit http://myporsche.com.my/sctd/