GTPlanet Heads to Silverstone With Porsche and Microsoft

Car CultureForza Series 9 October 11, 2017 by

We’re on the road! The home of British motor racing is the destination, and we want you to come along for the ride.

Our Editor-in-Chief, Kyle Patrick, is currently traveling in the United Kingdom. This morning (UK time), he’ll be heading to Silverstone race track for an all-day Porsche event. The Stuttgart manufacturer is sharing hosting duties with Microsoft. While that does mean a solid Forza presence at Silverstone, the focus for the day is on the cars.

We can’t share the specifics with you just yet, but we’ll be sharing as much of the experience as we can on our social media channels — specifically our Instagram story and Twitter. If you don’t follow us already, just hit the links below!

As mentioned above, the day will be all about those German sports cars. We’ll have some seat time with the Forza franchise, but you’ll have to wait until November 1 before we can talk more about that, so stay tuned.

Of course, Kyle will also be chatting with folks from both Porsche and Turn 10. Have any questions for either team? Share ’em in the comments thread!

Here we go…

The day begins!

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