On Sunday 3 September Porsche Centre Guildford was delighted to support the annual Shere Hill Climb.
Since its inception in 2013, the Shere Hill Climb has raised over £50,000 for local charities. This year a total of 180 cars and motorbikes entered the event, which sees drivers ascend Staple Lane. The hill climb is just under a mile long, it climbs to 300 ft and features several tricky turns. The climb showcases the power and grace of some of the classic cars and challenges the older cars and bikes to simply make it to the top.
Porsche Centre Guildford held a showcase of the Porsche model range including the new Panamera, 718 Cayman, Macan and the 911.
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