After 7 years of success, the Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta looks forward to a bright future.
The Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta, a place where Porsche enthusiasts are able to witness Porsche history and witness the unbridled performance potential of the brand’s iconic cars, has embarked on a long journey of improvements throughout, coming together as a multi-million dollar investment. One important part of it is the construction of a second driver development track on the property, designed by Tilke. With this second track, the length of the full course is doubled, allowing for 90-minute driving experiences with 1-on-1 training with a Porsche coach.
The two tracks can now be configured with each other or on their own for different racing experiences, and the new track is going to open on April 1. With the opening of the new track, four new instruction modules will be offered, each led by an instructor: Low-Friction Circle, Ice Hill, Autocross Area, and Handling Circuit. Each will teach drivers how to handle cars by safely demonstrating grip limits, traction control, proper steering angles, and proper braking and cornering. With the two circuits coming together, drivers can take on as much as 2.9 miles of challenging track to bring Porsche cars to their limits.