Video: Porsche Party with 40 Classics

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Over 300 classic and current Porsche racecars have assembled at the Rennsport Reunion IV at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.

The Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is currently playing host to the Porsche Rennsport Reunion IV. Over 300 classic and current Porsche racecars have been assembled for the annual event. Sponsored by Porsche Cars North America, the event allows drivers to hit the course and show their stuff during the full weekend of October 14-16th. To celebrate the decades of Porsche racing and their 911 racecars, a unique photo shoot was set up to capture 40 of these classic German rides in all their glory.

Check out the video below of the Porsches getting ready to have their pictures taken with their racing brethren.

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