Entertain yourself during COVID-19 quarantine, the Porsche way

Updated Apr 09, 2020 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates
Are you a diehard Porsche fan? Then check this out.

In the fight against the spread of the novel coronavirus or popularly known now as COVID-19, Porsche, like many other car companies, has temporarily shut down some of its facilities. That includes the famous Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany. 

However, Porsche says that it is very committed to keeping in touch with its loyal fanbase. As such, the German sports car company is now offering a way for petrol heads and their loved ones to learn more about Porsche racing and series production cars.

A picture of several cars in the Porsche museum

The Porsche Museum highlights the German car maker's very colorful history

Chat with actual Porsche race car drivers

Starting April 7, Porsche racing drivers will be answering questions from the followers of the Porsche Museum Instagram Page. Kicking off the question and answer session is none other than Stephane Ortelli who won the 1998 24 hours of Lemans.

Following Ortelli over the next two weeks are Hans-Joachim Stuck, Marc Lieb, Kurt Ahrens, and Mark Webber. These Le Mans drivers will each answer all your questions from the comfort of their homes and will provide cheer and joy in these trying times.

A picture of several Porsche race drivers

Chat with professional Porsche drivers and learn the secret to become one... 

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Porsche fun for the kids

Aside from the question and answer sessions, the Porsche Museum will also offer a very special treat for the kids through a selection of games and fun activities. These will be available starting April 8 at http://www.porsche4kids.com. Apart from the fun games and activities, users will also get to see Porsche mascots, Tino Turbo and Tom Targa, who will guide users in solving puzzles and coloring pictures.

Users of the website can also try the “Electromobility” team spirit activity where they can learn about electric-powered cars, which of course include some fun facts about the Porsche Taycan EV.

A picture of the Porsche Museum highlighting the Taycan

The Porsche Taycan EV in the Porsche Museum

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Cesar G.B. Miguel

Cesar learned how to drive a car years before he got his license. Today, he's still looking for that perfect '90s Japanese coupe to drive into the sunset while listening to Crazy Little Love by Nuage. Also has a thing for badass off-road vehicles and weird engine swaps.