- Unlike any other road trip experience, the Drivers Project offers a fully curated experience to partners, media, and guests, spotlighting scenic backroads and memorable destinations.
- This year’s final destination was Rennsport Reunion 7, the world’s largest Porsche gathering of owners, enthusiasts, and race cars.
- Our Rennsport roster was appropriately all Porsche and offered us ample opportunities to commemorate our own star-studded lineup with media captured during the drive.
- A limited run of two posters, thanks to our media partner CSF, will be given away on social media this week as a quick strike release.
- The first of two posters immortalizes our Drivers Project lineup on the Arroyo Seco River Bridge and was shot by Drew Manley of Cooled Collective.
If the hype behind an event sustains weeks after it concludes, it means you put something extraordinary together. Indeed, our latest Drivers Project adventure ended over two weeks ago, but the energy from the road trip, and its incredible end at Rennsport Reunion 7, is still brimming. Aside from a star-studded lineup of incredible Porsches, this year’s Drivers Project collected a wide array of P-Car enthusiasts, media, and industry guests that made the journey even more special. It was an enthralling build-up to the world’s largest Porsche gathering, an amassment of the brand’s greatest hits — from factory specials to full-blown race cars — amidst the picturesque backdrop of Laguna Seca Raceway.
CROSSING THE BRIDGE
Each Drivers Project adventure is composed of two crucial elements: incredible, backroad driving opportunities and memorable destinations along the way. Our first of two poster giveaways from the Pit+Paddock x MOMO Drivers Project: Road to Rennsport comes straight from the lens of Drew Manley, the man behind Cooled Collective, who also debuted his 964 RS ‘Murica on the drive.
The shot captures our Drivers Project lineup driving single-file across the Arroyo Seco Bridge. “We just happened to get lucky where there was no one waiting for us,” Manley said thinking back on the shot. The iconic checkpoint was the highest concrete bridge in the world when it was completed in 1913. Because of the harsh topography that surrounded the area, building the bridge was an engineering feat. In use, the passage connected Pasadena to Los Angeles as a portion of Route 66, which enabled the City of Angels to blossom. Although it’d fallen into disrepair after an earthquake in 1989, it was soon renovated and reopened in 1993, complete with all of its original, ornate detail.
YOUR CHANCE TO WIN
This 18×24 “Arroyo Seco River Bridge” poster is printed on high-end Canon stock using genuine Canon ink to preserve the highest photo fidelity possible.
To win one of these limited edition posters, follow these three easy steps:
- Follow @pitandpaddock and @csf_radiators
- Like and tag two friends in this post
- Like CSF’s latest pinned post
Tag a friend as many times as you’d like in the comments for a chance to win. Winners will be notified this week via DM on Instagram.
FIRST OF TWO
Since these posters are produced in extremely limited runs, two separate giveaways — featuring two photographers and destinations — will be up for grabs so more Pit+Paddock fans can enjoy a small sample of what makes Drivers Project so special. Best of luck and stay tuned for the second poster release soon!