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In some much-needed good news, Porsche is restarting its Track Experience programs in Queensland after pausing them due to COVID-19.

From the 15th of September 2020, the five-level program will recommence across two locations in the Sunshine State, providing drivers with various levels of instruction to suit their individual skill levels and needs.

Porsche Track Experiences are open to all members of the public, regardless of whether you own a Porsche or not.

The program kicks off with the Precision level, which is aimed at first-time participants, and runs through to the top GT3 Cup level, which gives participants the chance to drive a factory-built 911 GT3 Cup race car to improve their high-speed handling.

At this stage, all confirmed dates for the rest of 2020 are in Queensland, with levels one and two taking place at Mount Cotton's RACQ Mobility Centre of Excellence, while levels three, four and five take place at Queensland Raceway in Ipswich.

Typically, Porsche also offers Advanced Driver Training events across New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia, but these are yet to recommence due to varying levels of public health restrictions.

Porsche's other experience events – including the Ice Experience in Finland and High Flier events in Victoria – are on hold until further notice.

Customers can register interest for a Porsche Track Experience at their local Porsche Centre, online at this link, over the phone on 1800 062 911, or by emailing trackexperience@porsche.com.au.