Porsche Centre South London is delighted to announce that racing superstar, Esmee Hawkey has taken on a new role as the brand ambassador for our Centre. The cooperation is initially signed for one year and involves a communications and brand awareness campaign.
Esmee is already very familiar with the Porsche brand having raced a Cayman GT4 for the past two years. This year sees Esmee step up to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB Championship racing in the 911 GT3 Cup Car.
In addition to progressing through the Porsche motorsport ranks, Esmee has achieved other successes with the Stuttgart-based manufacturer. In September 2017, Esmee took victory in class C4 at the Brighton Speed Trials in an unmodified four-wheel drive 911 Turbo S.
"Esmee is an exceptional talent. She combines top performance in her sports cars with elegance and precision. These are precisely the qualities that made Esmee the perfect choice to represent Porsche Centre South London” comments Chris Butler, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre South London.
Of the partnership, Esmee commented “It is an absolute honour for me to be chosen to represent such an amazing new Porsche Centre. As part of my role, I will also have the pleasure of driving one of their Porsche road cars, as well as my race car!”
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