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he Porsche Club of New Zealand was es­tab­lished in De­cem­ber 1975 and had its 40th an­niver­sary cel­e­bra­tions in 2015. The club is num­ber 54 of nearly 700 of­fi­cial Porsche clubs rec­og­nized in the world and has a strong re­la­tion­ship with the Porsche fac­tory and Porsche in New Zealand. The Porsche Club of New Zealand has mem­bers in all re­gions of the coun­try and has a mem­ber­ship of around 700, with all the fam­ily wel­come to par­tic­i­pate in a wide range of events. Mem­bers share a pas­sion, and Porsche own­er­ship is not re­quired; all are wel­come: mem­bers share a strong ca­ma­raderie as well as ex­pe­ri­ence and knowl­edge.

The ben­e­fits of mem­ber­ship in­clude picnics, win­ery and café lunch and brunch drives, week­end so­cial events, gymkhanas, and au­tocross — low-speed com­pet­i­tive driv­ing and driver train­ing — learn­ing to safely ex­ploit the per­for­mance of your Porsche on the track, com­pet­i­tive sprint events, the club race se­ries, tech­ni­cal evenings, an an­nual pic­nic and Christ­mas func­tion, a Concours d’el­e­gance an­nual din­ner and awards evening, mem­ber­ship of an ex­clu­sive Face­book group, the bi­monthly high-qual­ity club mag­a­zine Spiel, and much more.

The club is for all Porsche en­thu­si­asts — even if you are yet to pur­chase or are for any rea­son in be­tween Porsches, you are wel­come. It is about hav­ing a pas­sion for all things Porsche.

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