Porsche Open Track Day is normally held every three to four months at the world renowned Sepang International Circuit.
The open track day can be either day or night events details of the event will be sent by the Porsche Malaysia prior to the event.
Can I join?
The event is exclusively for Sime Darby Auto Performance 2-door sports car customers ranging from new car, pre-owned car, service with inclusive of adoption package customer.
What do I need to bring?
Driving equipment such as helmet and balaclavas are provided at the event. You're only required to bring yourself and your Porsche to the event.
However, we strongly recommend for your Porsche to conduct a pre-track inspection at your preferred Porsche Centre at least one week prior to the event.
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What Happens on the day?
Upon arrival, all vehicles will undergo a visual inspection by certified technicians to ensure it is fit for track driving - brakes, brake fluid levels and adjustment on the tire pressure. Each participating vehicle will be fitted with a transponder for lap time recording. Numbering sticker will be installed on your Porsche for easy identification on the racetrack.
Before headed out to the racetrack, participants are given a safety briefing and a track orientation programme to for better familiarisation of the track.
How do I improve my skills?
The Porsche Time Trial programme is available during the event to motivate drivers to improve their lap time. In motorsport, having the fastest lap time is important but consistency and precision in the overall driving is the key to all success. Thus, the Most Consistent Lap Time was also introduced as a new segment within the Porsche Time Trial program to reward the most consistent driver.
Certified and professional instructors are available at the event to offer driving tips and techniques on the racetrack.
What happens if something goes wrong?
Safety is of paramount importance to all of us. If in the unlikely event of an accident occurs at the racetrack, usual track rules apply. Standard insurance will only cover accidents which happen outside the circuit. If an accident occurs at the racetrack, each participant is responsible for track damages and their own repairs.