Over 500 Porsches will be gathering Amelia Island, Florida for the 2020 Werks Reunion. The feature vehicle at the Werks Reunion Amelia 2020 will be the Porsche 914 to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Registration is now open on Motorsportsreg.com for Corral Parking and Judged Field Participation. The cost is $60 per car for Corral Parking that includes a Werks event bag, reserved parking space and automatic entry into special sponsor awards. The Judged Field Participation cost is $85 and includes a Werks event bag, reserved parking space, commemorative gifts and automatic entry into special sponsor awards.
In addition to a display of 914’s there will be a full array of Porsches from 356’s to the most recent 992 models. For us air-cooled Porsche fans, there will be a great display of Classic Porsches. Air Brigade has attended the event the past three years and has enjoyed every car shown from the air-cooled Porsches to the water-cooled Porsches, backdates, Safari builds and every conceivable Porsche produced.
This year the show is at an all-new venue: Amelia River Golf Club located at 4477 Buccaneer Trail, Amelia Island, Florida.
Entry is free to the event. The only registration required is if you want to park in the Corral or participate in the Judged Field.
Here is the schedule for the day:
7:00 am Registration Opens
7:00 AM - 9:00 AM Cars Placed on judged field
All Day Porsche Corral Open
7:00AM – 10:00AM Breakfast and Coffee available
9:30AM – 12:00PM Judging
11:00AM – 1:00PM Lunch available for purchase
2:00PM – 3:00PM Awards Ceremony
All Day View cars, socialize, have fun!
Note about the Judging
Werks Reunion was created by the Porsche Club of America as an event to celebrate both the Porsche marque as well as the camaraderie of being an enthusiast. This is not a contest of who has removed dust from the deepest crevices in their Porsche but rather a judged show that rewards a Porsche that has been lovingly maintained and presents itself well on the field. Our judges do not use Porsche Parade Concours score sheets but rather rank the cars according to certain attributes discussed prior to judging. For those who do not wish to have their cars judged, you may display in the model-specific corrals or if the organizers see fit, on the judged field itself. There are no score sheets returned or protest committees. This is a casual gathering of Porsche enthusiasts focused on having fun rather than solely competition.