On Saturday 27 January 2018, Porsche Centre Bolton hosted the inaugural ride and drive event to Leicester Tigers Rugby Club. This will become an annual event in conjunction with the National Farmers Union.
A convoy of eye-catching Porsche vehicles, headed up by our new Panamera Sport Turismo, along with a 718 Boxster, 718 Cayman S and 911 Carrera 4S Coupe could be seen brightening up the wet, dismal roads of Bolton as they embarked on their journey to Leicester. The route took them on the M60 towards Stockport, then onto Disley and over the High Peak Hills towards the beautiful and scenic Chatsworth and Baslow, where a welcome coffee break took place. Following refreshments, guests were encouraged to swap cars in order to experience a different model.
On arrival at the Welford Road Stadium in Leicester, the group were greeted with a hearty lunch and enjoyed a great victory for Leicester against the Cardiff Blues with a score of 24 -12. Guests then swapped Porsche models again for a leisurely drive back home to Bolton.
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