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Porsche up the Hill, 19th May at Harewood Speed Hillclimb

PeterJRolt

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Join us at Harewood Hillclimb on Sunday, 19 May for a Club meet with a difference! Think of this as a trackday for hillclimbing, where you can pre-purchase tickets for five non-competitive runs up the hill or simply turn up, display your Porsche and enjoy a picnic.

Porsche Centre Leeds will be supporting us with a display of modern cars and we will have the entire venue to fill with display parking for Club members, with a special area for Cayenne and Macan displays. We will have food and drink vendors on site to keep you fuelled up throughout the day.

Buy your tickets here https://www.porscheclubgb.com/events/2024/may/porsche-up-the-hill
 
Tempted, but can't crash as I am going away for a week on the Monday morning.

Dan will have to look after himself if he does. What could possibly go wrong :ROFLMAO:
 
We will try to be there ( Down at Wembley Saturday, May have sore head). Guests of PC Leeds. Tight Yorkshireman, getting in without paying. 😂
 
On Sunday, drivers for the run will start at 9.30am, but general admission and parking will be from 10am.

Please note that the event entry is by pre-booked ticket only, we will NOT be selling tickets on the gate.
 

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Join us at Harewood Hillclimb on Sunday, 19 May for a Club meet with a difference! Think of this as a trackday for hillclimbing, where you can pre-purchase tickets for five non-competitive runs up the hill or simply turn up, display your Porsche and enjoy a picnic.

Porsche Centre Leeds will be supporting us with a display of modern cars and we will have the entire venue to fill with display parking for Club members, with a special area for Cayenne and Macan displays. We will have food and drink vendors on site to keep you fuelled up throughout the day.

Buy your tickets here https://www.porscheclubgb.com/events/2024/may/porsche-up-the-hill
Does anyone know if dogs are allowed at the event? Obviously on lead; well behaved and not driving.
 
What a brilliant event.

It’s very unusual for members to the motorsport attraction and for it to be so relaxed.

The great thing about the hill is that you get it to yourself and no need to worry an out faster drivers.

Hope it happens next year, I want to take my car up. Should be nicely run in by the.
 
A fantastic event, blessed with beautiful weather, very well organised and as Mark said, a friendly day out.

Great fun for those lucky enough to drive up the hill, a real adrenaline rush and confirmation of the abilities of the 718 4.0 which are thankfully much greater than my own, I can't have been too bad as Val came along for all six runs.

Huge shout out to Steve, and all the volunteers who made the day a resounding success. Hopefully this is the first of many PCGB events at Harewood Speed hillclimb to allow more members the opportunity to have a go 'up the hill'
 

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