(Above) Kremer K3 and K4 sit together in the Heritage display – only two K4s were actually built, this is #001; (right) Derek Bell drove his old car 962-HR1 which was part of the Gunnar Racing entry
It’s hard to know where to begin when writing a report on Porsche Rennsport Reunion VI. It was both an emotional and a sensory overload! A reunion with people not seen for a while, and the historical impact of all the rare cars. This was the sixth iteration put on by Porsche, and just when you think you had seen it all, Porsche improved it yet again.
Rennsport was started by the late Bob Carlson with the help of Brian Redman in 2001. The first one was held at Lime Rock Park race track. As it expanded, it moved to Daytona for Rennsport II and III. Editions IV, V and now VI, have been held at the WeatherTech Laguna Seca Raceway.
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