For the third consecutive year, Porsche Centre Reading sponsored the annual Kop Hill Climb. This is a charitable event in support of Heart of Bucks and all proceeds are donated to this worthy cause.
The event took place in Princes Risborough on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September and offered an array of activities for the motor fanatic and the entire family. Entertainment included car and motorbike displays, music, food, traders, a fairground, the wall of death and much more.
In what is becoming an annual tradition for us, the Centre once again entered into the infamous Hill Climb and this year we drove it in a 911 GTS. As sponsors, we also showcased the latest models in the Porsche range.
Discover more about the Kop Hill Climb including a news round-up from this year's event.
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