Rennsport Collective 2020 to celebrate ‘the best of Porsche Motorsport’

Porsche fans: bookmark 1 November 2020 in your Filofaxes. Renn20 is a one-off event celebrating all things Porsche and motorsport.

Organised by Rennsport Collective – ‘a movement joining together like-minded and knowledgeable enthusiasts who own a very specific and highly regarded collection of motorsport Porsches’ – it takes place at Stowe House in Northamptonshire.

Porsches on display will range from modified 911s to Le Mans racers – and perhaps a few rally cars, too.

Rennsport Collective 2020

The inaugural Renn19 was at Donington Hall last summer, but many ‘completely new’ cars are promised this time. Stowe House is a short drive from Silverstone circuit and should provide a suitably grand backdrop.

Interestingly, the displays are curated by colour, not by era or type of car. According to the press release: ‘You may find a 991.2 GT2 RS MR road car in Racing Yellow alongside the yellow 911 S/T driven by Gerard Larrousse on the Tour de France to third place in 1970; next to the 1995 BPR World Championship winning 993 GT2R’.

If that doesn’t whet your appetite sufficiently, spend 60 seconds watching the video above. The variety of cars owned by Rennsport Collective members is just jaw-dropping. We spotted a 917, 956, 911 2.7 RS and 993 GT2, to name a few.

Paul Geudon, founder of Rennsport Collective, said: “Putting this event together has been a fascinating process. We have Porsches coming from the UK, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Monaco, Portugal, South Africa and Japan”.

Rennsport Collective 2020

Renn20 is open to the public and a limited number of tickets are available in advance. Adult entry costs £25, while children under 14 go free. On-site parking is £12.

Visit the Rennsport Collective website to book. See you there!


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