When speed is in the air, Porsche has to be there. Petrol heads at the 2015 Alford SpeedFest are going to be treated this year to a close-up view of the entire stunning Porsche range.
The supreme sports cars are being taken to the SpeedFest, the premier motoring show in the North East of Scotland, by Porsche Centre Aberdeen, the region's premier motoring dealership.
The SpeedFest is a celebration of the fast and the furious, with supercars, fast road cars, classics and vintage cars and historic racing cars, as well as pursuit sprints, the Alford Drag, a rally special stage, karting and mini motorbikes.
The icing on the cake for speed fans at the Grampian Transport Museum on July 5 will be the full array of Porsche technical and design excellence from Porsche Centre Aberdeen, including Boxster, Cayman, 911, Panamera and Cayenne.
The team's class-leading Mobile Event Unit will be HQ for the celebration of everything that makes Porsche special. The entire Porsche sales team will be on hand to introduce guests to the Porsche range as they enjoy their day out.
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