We had an awesome time at the Kyalami track day with the Porsche Club. It's hard to explain what it feels like to spend an entire day hearing the roar of those mighty turbos and seeing Porsche models in all shapes and sizes. It was also a truly blessed day for our film Unearthing the Giant Killer - we got to talk to so many people about it....and found out that although most are vaguely familiar with a Porsche Spyder 550 being buried somewhere deep, most also thought that it was pure urban legend. It was a great feeling to be able to tell them that this was indeed an actual part of South African racing history - and that we're making the film that will tell all about it. Unearthing the story, so to speak ;-)
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Until next time, keep smiling, keep driving the dream.
Today is about to be a pretty special day....not only are we introducing the production of our film Unearthing the Giant Killer to the Porsche Club community at Kyalami (at what was supposed to be the last race at this unofficial national monument), but we also have a very special person as our guest there today. Mervyn, one of the two brothers that last owned the most iconic racing Porsche Spyder 550 here in South Africa, is joining us for a day of excitement - and reminisce. It's a real privilege to have you here today Mervyn!
P.s. To the guys at Porsche SA - well done! Thanks for buying Kyalami and preserving an unmissable part of South African racing history. You guys rock!