There’s nothing else like it on Earth. Until you’ve been, you’ll never know what it’s like when the world’s largest gathering of Porsche race cars and drivers meet. It’s a time when new and longtime Porsche enthusiasts, owners, and collectors stand shoulder to shoulder with renowned drivers and legendary engineers. A place where new vehicle reveals and some of the rarest Porsche models ever made are found just steps away from exciting racing action, esports, fan zones, and meet and greets with living icons. It’s part motorsport, part car show, and part family reunion—and it all adds up to an unmissable weekend of celebration for fans of all ages.
Rennsport Reunion was conceived by racing great Brian Redman and Porsche Cars North America’s longstanding press spokesperson, Bob Carlson, in 2001 to celebrate the racing heritage of Porsche.
They envisioned an event at which drivers, enthusiasts and historians could gather to celebrate racing and pay tribute to the men, women and cars that have helped build the Porsche legacy.
In its seventh installment, Rennsport Reunion celebrated the iconic cars, people, and moments at the heart of the Porsche experience. This year’s event invited guests to explore what defines an Icon through legendary stories, unexpected brand moments, and shared experiences both on and off the track.
Rewatch your favorite Rennsport Reunion 7 moments with the Porsche Rennsport Reunion 7 Livestream presented by Michelin. Full replays of the Rennsport action from Friday through Sunday are now available on the MotorTrend YouTube channel.
Icons of Porsche is more than a theme. It represents the talented people who have driven Porsche to new success. Two such icons led Rennsport Reunion 7: the first-ever Porsche Motorsport North America CEO Alwin Springer and the three-time IMSA GT2 champion Patrick Long.
Throughout 2023, we have celebrated the 75th Anniversary of Porsche and the 60th Anniversary of the iconic 911. Rennsport Reunion showcased stories of innovation, imagination, and extraordinary achievements unique to Porsche history. We were able to celebrate 75 years of dreams, legacy, and passion with our extended Porsche family.
Porsche Design launched a limited edition timepiece: the Chronograph 1 — Rennsport Reunion 7 Edition. In honor of 75 years of Porsche, only 75 were sold. Based on the Chronograph 1 from 1972, the Rennsport Reunion 7 Edition revisits a timeless design with improved, modern materials.
Porsche Cars North America would like to thank our partners, whose dedication to Porsche motorsport enables our community to thrive.