Porsche Centre West London will hold a 911 exhibit at the Royal Windsor Racecourse for the Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Race Night on Monday 29 June. We will have a 911 display for race goers to come and see first-hand why the 911 is the pinnacle and icon of the Porsche brand.
Windsor Racecourse is renowned for its hugely popular Monday night racing. The racing is to be followed by a live set from Ronnie Scott’s All Stars in what promises to be a night of great entertainment and jazz.
The legendary Ronnie Scott’s was first opened in 1959. Based in London’s Soho, the club is one of the oldest and most famous jazz clubs in the world.
The jazz night is the last night and main event of the Best of British Festival taking place on the 27 to the 29 June. The festival also features a Gentlemen’s Day and Family Fun Day.
To find out more about the race night, click here .
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