Porsche Centre West London is delighted to announce that we will be renewing our partnership with Middlesex County Cricket Club for 2018.
We will be reprising our role as the official 'Luxury Car Partner' for the famous cricket club due to the venture's great success in 2017. Porsche Centre West London was able to provide racing simulators and support events at the world-famous Lord’s cricket ground and we welcomed the Middlesex players to Porsche range drive days at the Porsche Experience Centre in Silverstone.
In 2018, Porsche Centre West London look forward to more exciting events and opportunities to support Middlesex County Cricket Club.
Peter Jiggins, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre West London, said “We are delighted to once again align ourselves with one of the most illustrious cricket clubs in the world by renewing our partnership. 2017 was a great success and as the Middlesex County Cricket Club’s ‘Luxury Car Partner’, we look forward to exploring new events and opportunities to work together in 2018.”
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