A fabulous day was had by all when Porsche Bolton hosted an Exclusive Track Day Experience at the amazing and incredibly scenic Trac Môn in Anglesey, on Tuesday 7 September 2021.
Forty customers from Porsche Bolton joined customers from Porsche Wilmslow, Stockport and Wolverhampton for a day of exhilarating fun, good food, and great company.
The sun was shining for the whole day, and there was even a BBQ hosted by Chris Stead of the Ready Steady Chef to round the day off.
The experienced track drivers were able whiz round the smooth surface of track taking full advantage of the ‘Open Pit’ but for those who were not so confident, careful guidance was there from one of the two ARDS instructors who were on-hand for the whole day. Spectators were also able to enjoy the event too with great vantage points and were shuttled across to various viewing areas throughout the day.
Comments about the day from those who attended have been fantastic, one in particular encapsulating the whole experience by saying: ‘Best track day I’ve ever done, as well as the best Cumberland sausages I’ve had, thoroughly enjoyable… Will be in for some tyres … Melted them yesterday.’
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