On Sunday 9 September, the popular Chronos and Cars will return to Porsche Centre Reading.
Co-hosted with Omologato, the motorsport inspired watchmaker, the Chronos and Cars event will bring together like-minded enthusiasts to meet and chat about the different cars on show. The event attracts a plethora of super cars and classics from a range of brands including Porsche, Ferrari, Aston Martin, McLaren and Lamborghini.
This will be the third time Chronos and Cars is hosted at Porsche Centre Reading and is set to feature the 919 Hybrid Tribute and the Omologato sponsored Classic 911 that won the East African Classic Rally last year.
The event will run from 9am - 1pm and guests will have the opportunity to enjoy sandwiches, pastries and coffee.
Discover more about Chronos and Cars and how to join this fantastic event.
Photography by Khalid Bari.
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