On Sunday 24 September, Porsche Centre Reading hosted their Chronos and Cars event.
Partnering with Omologato, the motorsport inspired watchmaker, the event brought together like-minded enthusiasts to meet and chat about the different cars on show.
Guests arrived in an assortment of supercars and classics, including Porsche racing legend Derek Bell arriving in style in his famous Guards Red 924 GTS.
Guests were treated to a fascinating Q&A with Derek and racing driver, commentator and TV presenter Karun Chandhok. Derek shared tales from his amazing career while Karun talked about his unmatched knowledge of the world of motorsport.
Centre Principal Sean Wilson said: “Our Chronos and Cars event last year was excellent, but the inclusion of the Q&A this year took our event to another level.“
Please visit our Facebook page to see more photos from the event and the cars on show.
Photos by JKS Photo.
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