Porsche Centre Jersey were pleased to work alongside the Porsche Club Jersey (R28J) to celebrate 75 years of Porsche at the largest annual motoring event held in Jersey the beginning of June.
The Jersey International Motoring Festival which ran from the Thursday 1 June to Sunday 4 June saw a full programme of events for touring cars and motorcycles and the largest static motor show in the Channel Islands featuring motor and ancillary trade stands and exhibits from all Jersey motoring clubs.
It is hard to imagine that the picturesque island of Jersey that is only 9 by 5 miles with a top speed limit of 40 mph and with just one dual carriage way and several roads with limited as low as 15mph would host more motorsport events every year than some UK counties.
This free festival that happens in the centre of capital St. Helier creates a friendly and relaxed atmosphere where there is the opportunities for car and motorcycle enthusiasts to use and display their “pride and joy” whether this be a veteran, vintage or classic, touring or competition car or motorcycle.
The Porsche Club Jersey certainly put on and impressive display of over 50 models and Porsche Centre Jersey were pleased to add to the line up brand new 911's, commemorative flags, brochures and sponsored the owners club lunch.
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