DS11MODOX0019Mississauga, Ontario – Starting next February, Porsche will offer drivers the opportunity to pilot Cayman and 911 Carrera models through the snow at a special event, Camp4 Canada, in Quebec. The three-day winter driving event challenges drivers to explore the extremes of Porsche sports cars and the Canadian climate.

Participants will learn valuable winter driving skills and explore multiple specialized snowbound “racetracks” at Mecaglisse, a dedicated snow- and ice-driving facility outside of Montreal. Two multi-turn road courses are complimented by an enormous winter skidpad, allowing drivers to explore the cars’ limits in safe, controlled situations.

The event uses the nearby Fairmont Mont Tremblant as its base, making it easy for participants to integrated Camp4 Canada into a more extended holiday that might include skiing in the Laurentian mountains.

Porsche Canada will offer four three-day waves of Camp4 Canada in February and March. The introductory price of $4,995, valid until November 30, includes accommodations, food and transfers between the hotel and driving centre.

For more information, visit Camp4 Canada. Porsche has also launched a new winter micro-site at NeverHibernate.

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