The California Festival of Speed 2016, one of the largest Porsche events held in the Southwest, took place on the weekend of April 8-10 at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California.
The three-day celebration of all things Porsche was hosted by Zone 8 of the Porsche Club of America (PCA). They do a wonderful job of bringing PCA and Porsche Owners Club (POC) members, Porsche owners and enthusiasts to the paddock, road course and high banks of this Southern California venue. The POC returned this year, which made for even more racing excitement and action on the track.
Despite the on and off rain throughout the weekend, the event provided many of the German manufacturer’s models — from a 918 Spyder to race-spec 911s, from vintage and contemporary examples to exotics and race cars — all on display in and around the paddock and parking areas. With the Porsche corral, club races, time trials, swap meet, vendor row and taste of autocross, the California Festival of Speed made for a great weekend for all the enthusiast and aficionados of the Stuttgart Marque who attended.
California Festival of Speed 2016 – Photo Gallery (click image for larger picture and description)
[Source: Victor Varela]