We are an official Porsche Club licensed by Porsche AG. Our Club number is 120 out of more than 700 official Porsche Clubs worldwide. We are the oldest Porsche Club in Asia.
The Porsche Motoring Club was founded in 1988 by a small group of Porsche enthusiasts who were keen to share their common interest revolving around Porsche driving activities.
With an initial membership of around 20, Club activities were informal and centred around Sunday Morning Breakfast Drives round island.
A decade later, the Club was renamed Porsche Club when it was recognised as an affiliate of Porsche AG.
Today, Porsche Club Singapore enters its 35th Year since inception and is the oldest, largest and most active motoring club in Singapore, and is well-known for our strict driving discipline in the Singapore car community where we emphasise Safety as our number one priority in convoy driving.
Today, our membership stands at over 700 members and our members are most passionate about:
Our Club has up to 16 elected General Committee Volunteering Members, which includes four office bearers in the positions of President, Vice President, Treasurer and Honorary Secretary.
The other Directors cover the following portfolios:
Our activities cover the following areas:
Our Motoring Directors organise all the drives for our members ranging from monthly breakfast drives to bi-annual weekend drives to the annual Drive-of-the-Year (“DOTY”) and our annual European Drive overseas.
Our DOTY has brought members to many locations across Thailand, and also on an epic 7,000km driving journey to Siem Reap, Cambodia, to have our Porsche cars lined-up in front of the Angkor Wat at sunrise for a mesmerising morning photoshoot.
We have had members fly to Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy for our European Drives where with the assistance of Porsche Travel Experience, we have planned exhilarating Alpine Drives through European mountain passes such as the Timmelsjoch-Hochalpenstraße, the Silvretta-Hochalpenstraße, the Gerlos Pass Alpenstraße, the Grossglockner-Hochalpenstraße, the Hahntennjoch, the Julier Pass, the Ofenpass and also through the Schwarzwald in recent years.
These are the stuff dream drives are made of!
Our Motorsport Directors organise track days at the former Formula 1 track at Sepang, Malaysia with driver clinics for newbies as well as for experienced track participants alike.
Bringing one’s Porsche to track at Sepang provides a safe environment to hone one’s driving skills and to test the limits of the members and their Porsches.
Track participants and guests usually travel to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, a day earlier or later for shopping, massage, food and friendship. We organise up to four track days annually. In addition, we bring members and guests together to compete on the go-kart battlefield too.
Members’ Night, Family Day, Christmas Gala Dinner, Chinese New Year Celebrations, and Golf matches are just some of the events that are organised under the responsibility of the Social Committee. We look to bring our members together to foster strong Club camaraderie. Such events are extremely well received with in excess of 100 members, and sometimes more than 200 members attending. Many of us have become great friends over the years.
One of the trademarks of our Club’s Social events are the lucky draws where members win many attractive Porsche prizes.
Our Social Team also proactively post our activities and Porsche related highlights on our Social Media accounts; Instagram @porscheclubsingapore and Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/groups/www.porscheclub.org.sg/
The Club organises two to three charity events a year. We work in partnership with the Duke-NUS University, and also the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital. We support their annual Paediatric Brain and Solid Tumour Awareness Day where our members give the children joyrides in their Porsche cars.
Together with the Singapore Official Porsche Centre, Stuttgart Auto, we celebrate the mid-autumn festival annually with about 100 elders at a home run by the Asian Women’s Welfare Association (“AWWA”). Our members come together to entertain and serve the elders, and to contribute whatever items they may require.
We are most grateful to the Club’s valued sponsors. Without their financial and related support, there would be no Porsche Club Singapore.
Porsche Club Singapore is first and foremost a motoring club, run by a volunteering committee of Porsche Club elected members, with a strong focus on motoring and motorsports events, together with social events to bring passionate members together.
We are a non-profit organisation and with the support of our valued sponsors, we subsidise members attending our events. We hope to see you at our upcoming events.
Meanwhile just get out and drive!
Porsche Club Singapore