GT Meetup in Munich

GT Meetup in Munich

Dear BORN IN FLACHT member,

we would like to invite you to the annual PORSCHE GT Meetup on 18.07.24 at the DRIVERS & BUSINESS CLUB MUNICH  https://www.driversclub.biz/de.

Destination address: DBCM, Lilienthalallee 39, 80939 Munich, Germany.

We will start at 4pm and place the GTs in front of the impressive clubhouse. After a “get together” with finger food and aperitif we´ll start our programme, which we will publish in good time.

As always, we will continue the traditional and now familiar exchange of experiences, fuel talks and our networking into the night. Those attending the exclusive Drivers & Business Club for the first time are welcome to join a guided tour during the evening.

Important information:

The access to the DRIVERS & BUSINESS CLUB is secured by a barrier. The team from the “Frontdesk” will check your name against the registration list. Afterwards the parking attendant will take us by the hand to create a great “GT-Lineup” in front of the clubhouse as in the previous years. At a late hour you can of course use the underground parking under the area.

We are looking forward to receiving your confirmation by eMail until Friday, July 5th – 2024 at the latest to Contact@Born-In-Flacht.com – please indicate the number of persons as well as your GT model and license plate number.

Dresscode is as always “Smart Casual”. Please note the house rules at the DRIVERS & BUSINESS CLUB https://www.driversclub.biz/de/venue.

Our partner “Marbach Concepte” https://marbach-concepte.de/ offers member rates for the transport of your vehicles. If required, please contact us directly via BornInFlacht@marbach-concepte.de

The Ameron Hotel Munich Motorworld, which is right next to the Drivers & Business Club, is a great place to stay https://ameroncollection.com/de/muenchen-motorworld

For Friday morning we recommend a visit of the MOTORWORLD MUNICH https://motorworld.de/muenchen/

An extraordinary GT Meetup among like-minded people awaits us. We look forward to seeing you 🙂

Source: René Staud