porsche on the mountain event at palmer motorsports park october 10, 2021

Porsche On The Mountain 2021

Porsche On The Mountain 2021


9:00 am - 4:00 pm


Palmer Motorsports Park
58 West Ware Road, Palmer, MA, 01069

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Join us for the 2021 edition of our semi-annual Porsche On The Mountain event. Our last event saw over 250 cars and 750 people. A full day of amazing cars with prizes in over a dozen classes. And we add “go” to the “show” with parade laps all day! Get out on the track with your family in the car (at parade lap speeds, safely) and enjoy the drive! All cars welcome to attend. Porsches can join the show or park in a dedicated corral. More details at https://porscheonthemountain.com 

Could you help us operate the show with a little of your time? To help make sure it goes smoothly, your help would be appreciated and we’ll waive or refund your entry fees as a thank you.

POTM Volunteer Positions

Spectator (non-Porsche) Parking direction

Station: after tunnel to direct non-Porsches up to upper paddock, 

Activity: send Porsches for parking-only straight ahead on right side, show Porsches straight ahead to left (registration/check-in)

Registration and check in

Station: registration tent at entry to paddocks

Activity: Register show cars via iPad, assign entry number, hand out registration materials (ballot, dash placard)

Modern 911 parking

Station: near registration tent

Activity: park Modern 911’s to left on entry road (back them in), park race cars to right on entry road (back in)

Porsche parking director

Station: on lower paddock entry road near Food vendor 

Activity: direct cars coming in – parking only to sides, show cars straight ahead to pit lane areas to sides of Porsche Norwell

Show car class captains

Station: near each class sign

Activity: help show cars park near similar models by class in pit lane paddock area

Lapping ticket taker

Station: near show car lapping entrance

Activity: collect tickets from cars to allow them into lapping lines, answer questions, remind that these are parade laps (~60mph max for safety of all)