Porsche Centre Bristol is delighted to announce that the Martini Racing Collection from Porsche Driver's Selection has recently been updated to include new items.
The collection is inspired by the Porsche 917 Long Tail that raced in 24 Hours of Le Mans and featured the legendary blue stripes and the starting number 21. This iconic Porsche is most well-known for the victory in Le Mans in 1971 where the specially developed 12-cylinder engine reached a speed of 386km/h and now holds a unique place in the history of Porsche.
The collection now includes a practical backpack with Martini Racing design with a volume of approximately 22 liters. The interior, in Yellow, has a compartment perfect for a small laptop and a drawstring function for extra protection. The top of the backpack then seals with a carabiner clip for added security. The Martini Racng Collection backpack is available for £100.00 RRP incl. VAT.
Other new items to the clothing range includes a rugby shirt in Dark Blue with Martini Racing badges, reflective Porsche branding on the neck and Martini Racing stripes on the sleeves. The rugby shirt is £80.00 RRP incl. VAT. The Martini Racing Collection quilted jackets are also still available to purchase from the range and are warm, easy to care for and are available in eye-catching colours.
For those mornings you're in need of a coffee, the range also now includes a set of espresso cups and a limited edition number 20 collector's cup. The Martini colours of Blue and Red pay tribute to the 917 Long Tail. It features a vehicle motif on the outside and the vehicle number, 21, on the inside base. The cup is available for £17.00 RRP incl. VAT.
All the items from the updated Martini Racing Collection are now available and on display in our Porsche Driver’s Selection shop. Please contact a member of our Parts Team on 0117 321 6785 for more information.
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