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The sixth Porsche Rennsport Reunion is headed back to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, set for Sept. 27-30 2018. It’ll be the third time the event has hit the famous California track. The Reunion was staged in ’07, ’11 and ’15, but now it’s going back to every three years, says Porsche, so expect another in 2021. The first show-shine-race was held at Connecticut’s Lime Rock Park in 2001, followed by two at Daytona Speedway. Since then, it’s been out west at Laguna.

“Choosing the Monterey Peninsula once again for our unique Porsche family reunion builds upon what we learned from previous Rennsport Reunions,” said Klaus Zellmer, president and CEO of Porsche Cars North America. “We had close to 60,000 fans, enthusiasts and owners come through the gates of Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca to celebrate with us in 2015, and California’s picturesque central coast provides an ideal backdrop. The Golden State as a whole has always been like a second home to Porsche.”

For the uninitiated, Rennsport Reunion is a gathering of Porsches and Porsche drivers, collectables and history. It features everything from the 550 Spyder street car to the RS endurance racer as well as current sports, racing and street cars. Usually, the company brings a few consumer surprises, too. Guests get four days of racing culminating in a special Concours d’Elegance. More than 1,300 Porsche Club of America members showed up for the fifth incarnation, along with about 60,000 spectators.

More details will appear at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca’s website ( as they become available.