Tickets now available for Scandinavia’s biggest Porsche drive

Tickets now available for Scandinavia’s biggest Porsche drive

Every year, Porsche Servicecenter Vejle celebrates another twelve months in business by inviting marque enthusiasts to bring their cars from all over Denmark to participate in the largest Porsche event in Scandinavia. From the very oldest models to the newest, Porsches gather at Vejle for a celebration of the brand like no other, including a spirited drive through the neighbouring countryside. A static display of Stuttgart-crested machinery is presented at MyGarage, the purpose-built automotive hub Porsche Servicecenter Vejle — and its Classic Partner Centre operation — calls home.

“We are excited to be hosting the biggest Porsche drive in Scandinavia once again,” says Lars Paugan, Aftersales Manager at Porsche Servicecenter Vejle. “During previous years, we have welcomed more than two hundred participating Porsches, but this year, we are expecting more than three hundred cars to attend, many from countries outside our borders.” In addition to Porsche owners in Denmark, registered attendees include guests and cars travelling from Germany, Sweden, Norway and the United Kingdom.

“2022 marks our first five years of existence at MyGarage. We have amplified our ambitions in order to create the biggest Porsche meet in our history. We can’t wait to share it with everyone planning to attend,” Paugan adds. Of the currently confirmed cars registered to make an appearance, the oldest is a 1958 Speedster. Other jaw-dropping air-cooled classics set to join the open-top 356 include a 904 Carrera GTS, a genuine 911 RSR 3.0 and MyGarage’s own 964-based Kalmar 7-97, a bespoke 911 powered by a 4.1-litre flatsix developing 400bhp. In fact, pretty much every flavour of Porsche will be in attendance, regardless of whether standard, modified, air-cooled or water-cooled. To this end, we’re looking forward to seeing some of the very latest Porsche products sharing the limelight with the oldtimers mentioned here.

For 2021’s event, Taycans and 992-generation 911s represented the most recent of Stuttgart’s famed sports cars, but there were also plenty of Boxsters and Caymans in attendance, as well as cars from the manufacturer’s transaxle family of vehicles, contributing to a tally of 222 cars descending upon Vejle, located in the southeast of the Jutland Peninsula at the head of Vejle Fjord, where the spectacular Vejle River and Grejs River valleys converge.

“Tickets for this event sell out every year,” says Sanne Saaby, Marketing Manager for MyGarage. “We sold a third of the available tickets for 2022’s event as soon as they went on sale,” she adds, acknowledging the success of the annual get-together of like-minded Porsche fans. “We recognise the growing popularity of what we consider will become Europe’s largest Porsche gathering, which is why we’ve installed more parking space for this year’s meet.”

2022’s event takes place on 4th September. You can find general information online by visiting Saaby kindly invites Classic Porsche readers to email the team directly at for advice on how to get tickets and register a car for attendance.

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