Our club embraces three passions, namely:
- passion for the Porsche brand
- passion for driving
- passion for fellowship
We are probably one of the oldest and most active, if not the largest, motoring clubs in Singapore and are well-known for our strict driving disciplines in the local car community as we emphasize Safety as our number one priority in driving together.
Basically, we have four portfolios as follow:
It organizes all the drives for our members ranging from monthly breakfast drive to bi-annually weekend drive to yearly drive-of-the-year (DOTY) that have brought us to many interesting and exotic places! Our DOTY had brought members to as far as Chiang Mai, Thailand, an epic 7,000km driving journey to and fro, and to Siem Reap, Cambodia, to have our Porsche cars lined-up in front of Angkor Wat at sunrise for a mesmerising photoshoot!
It organizes track day at Sepang with driver clinic for newbies as well as for experienced track participants. Bringing one’s precious Porsche car to track in Sepang that provides a safe environment to hone one’s driving skill and to test the limits of one’s car is simply an exhilarating learning experience. Besides, track participants and guests usually travel to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, a day earlier for shopping, massage, food and fellowship before attending the track event the next day. We target to have at least four track days per year. In addition, it brings members and guests together to compete on the go-kart battlefield once a year. Lastly, it also arranges driving courses for members to improve their driving skills.
Members’ Night, Family Day, Christmas Dinner and Chinese New Year Dinner are organized under Social to bring members together to foster a strong PCS camaraderie. Such events are well received with at least 120 participants attended per event. The more one attends such an event, the more friends one will get to know and the more one will feel familiar with each other. Many have become good friends for life over the years.
The club does two charity events a year to cover the junior and senior. We are in partnership with KK Women and Children Hospital and Duke-NUS for Paediatric Brain Tumour Awareness Day where members will use their Porsche cars to give such kids a joy ride round the block to make their day. Together with Stuttgart Auto, we will celebrate the mid-autumn festival with about 100 elders at a home run by AWWA on a yearly basis where all participants will come together to entertain and serve the elders, and to contribute whatever they may require from time to time.
Porsche Club… is and will… always be a motoring club, thus we will continue to focus on motoring and motorsports events plus some social events to bring members together for fellowship and to strengthen such friendship, and we will always pursue our three passions fervently and relentlessly. We are a non-profit society, and we don’t believe in making money in any event. In fact, we will attempt to subsidize and benefit all of you, members, in a prudent manner. You are our pillars of support, and the success of our events and the club is in your hands!
Leon Z Liu
Porsche Club Singapore