As the British Grand Prix took its final lap, luxury manor house hotel, Lympstone Manor in Devon, welcomed back its revered annual Celebration of Speed on 12 July.
The one-day festival commemorates Michelin-starred chef, Michael Caines’ love of motorsport.
From noon until midnight, the 28-acre grounds welcomed an exclusive collection of supercars, powerboats, and motorbikes, offering guests unrivalled access to some of the most desired and exciting brands in motorsport including a selection from Porsche Center Exeter.
The Celebration of Speed line-up included former Formula One World Champion and Sky News pundit, Damon Hill, and motoring expert Rob Smedley, who hosted a series of talks throughout the day, sharing behind-the-scenes insight into working in one of the biggest and most popular motor racing competitions in the world.
The dedicated 'Pit lane’ offered a selection of food and drink from the South West’s best festival feasts and beverages throughout the day.
Porsche Exeter was delighted to attend and show the guests the latest Porsche models. To register your interest for the event in 2024 please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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