Porsche Driving Experience at Silverstone
Perfect for car enthusiasts, this fantastic prize entitles you to a motor experience on the Porsche Tracks at the world famous Formula 1 Silverstone Racetrack - the home of British Motor Racing.
The winner can choose from a selection of Driving Experiences, driving either the Boxster, the Cayman, 911, the Panamera, the Cayenne or the Macan for 90 minutes on the Porsche Tracks alongside a dedicated Porsche Driving Consultant. After whizzing round the tracks you can settle back and enjoy a delicious three-course lunch with a friend at the exclusive Silverstone restaurant.
The voucher entitles one person to the driving experience and includes a three-course lunch for two at the Silverstone restaurant.
Terms and conditions:
- The experience pack does not include the choice of the Evolution, GT or RS Courses
- The Porsche Experience is valid until December 13 2019
- Participants must hold a valid, full driving licence and must be between 18 and 80 years of age
- Driver must be medically fit enough to participate with eyesight up to the standard required of a road driving test
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