In just a couple of weeks, more than 170 expressions of interest have been lodged to enter the inaugural three-day Porsche Motorsport festival, Stutt’Fest.

The event will be held in January next year and will celebrate all things Porsche, hosting anything made by the German brand.

Early November is the target for organisers to officially open entries, but are very pleased with the initial interest of 170 expressions of interest.

Competitors looking to enter are encouraged to submit an expression of interest form and join the Stutt’Fest ’22 Mailing List via the event’s official website;

Stutt’Fest event manager Jodi Zylstra has been blown away by the level of interest in the event.

“We knew there was going to be interest in Stutt’Fest ’22 but the level of support we have received so far has been overwhelming,” Zylstra said.

“In one week after announcing the event we have received more than 170 expression of interest forms from an incredibly diverse array of Porsche owners, racing teams, industry personalities and more.

“The level of interest has been fantastic and has enabled us to really focus on the final make-up of the racing categories that will make up the on-track component. As such, regulations are currently in the approval process and as soon as they are locked in, we will be opening entries.

“To suit the festival vibe, we’ve also had significant interest from vendors looking to be involved in the trade area too.

“We’re encouraging people to get in touch now with as much detail as possible to ensure that we can tailor the event to suit everyone.

“If it’s got a Porsche badge, it can be there, it’s all pointing to an incredible event at Winton Raceway next January.”

From January 14-16 Stuff’Fest will play host to a mixture of competitive on-track action and several off-track activities including concours, show ‘n shine, displays, and even tours around the local regions and much more.

On-track categories include multiple classes for Porsche’s popular GT3 Cup car, the grassroots 944 Challenge, IROC Challenge, GT and Sports cars, 911 Turbos and heavily modified vehicles.

There will also be some historic Porsches including cars in the Group N/S Historic cars, while some competitors will compete in regularity events.

Interested parties in any on track category are recommended to get in touch now.

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