Driving Safely and Travelling in Style with 911 & Co.Porsche Sport Driving School and Porsche Travel Club: Wide Range of Activities in 2010
Stuttgart. Entering the new year, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, has put together a new range of Driver Safety Training and Exclusive Travel Opportunities. So starting immediately, the sports car enthusiast may book events organised by Porsche Sport Driving School and the Porsche Travel Club in 2010.
Most appropriately at this time of the year, the first event is Winter Training as part of the Porsche Driving Experience. The ideal events for the beginner are the Precision Training Camp Austria and Camp 4 in Finland. The experienced driver, on the other hand, can enjoy snowbound tracks and the ice lake prepared exclusively for Porsche at the Porsche Driving Experience Center in north Finland opened only recently in early 2009. Here several Winter Training Sessions are being offered on this 780-hectare lake from January until the end of April. The highlight is the Master Training Experience with cars running on spiked tyres offering the ultimate in driving control and motoring fun.
The Porsche Sport Driving School offers numerous courses for begin-
ners and advanced drivers the whole year round, including special programmes tailored to specific groups of drivers. Porsche Classic Training with historical sports cars, for example, is now being held the second time. Super Sport Training, in turn, addresses drivers of high-
performance Porsche sports cars such as the Carrera GT, the 911 GT2, or the GT3. Women Only, finally, as the name indicates, is targeted specifically at women with a penchant for driving in truly sporting style.
The Porsche Sport Driving School forms the heart of Porsche events for customers and has been a firm offer from Porsche for more than 25 years. Some 250 instructors working for Porsche the world over guaran-
tee optimum support and know-how for participants – on national and international race tracks, both offroad and on ice. Participants even have the opportunity to acquire a motorsport licence in order to join in customer races such as the Porsche Sports Cup.
The wide range of activities offered by the Porsche Travel Club subdi-
vided in 2010 into four specific themes is both attractive and highly individual: Porsche Behind the Scenes, Porsche Weekends, Porsche Adventure Tours, and Porsche Camps. Apart from day and weekend excursions to popular destinations in Germany, Porsche Travel Club also offers exclusive tours to beautiful places both nearer by and far away. Driving a Porsche sports car, a Cayenne or the Panamera, for example, guests have the opportunity to discover both the Provence and the Côte d’Azur, the Alps or the Pyrenees.
The various courses and sessions offered by the Porsche Driving Experience may also be booked by companies wishing to give their employees a very special gift. For further information see the internet at www.porsche.com/travelclub and www.porsche.com/sportdrivingschool. Annual catalogues are available on 0049/711/911-78155 (Porsche Travel Club) and 0049/711/911-78683 (Porsche Sport Driving School).
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