Supercar Experience | 6 September | Saint-Julien-en-Genevois

On Sunday, 6 September, don’t miss the fourth Supercars Experience day (see here) organised by members of CERN and the Les Amis Porschistes du Léman association.


Supercars at the 2014 experience day. Photo: Kevin Mazzilli.

From 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m., in the Vitam leisure centre car park (Saint-Julien-en-Genevois), the owners of around 50 supercars (Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lotus, Venturi, and more) will be offering passengers rides lasting 10 to 15 minutes. For 10 euros, you can go for a spin in a sports car; for 50 euros, you can choose one of the most prestigious models. All of the money collected will go to the Kumansansa association, which helps disadvantaged children in Zambia.

“Since the first edition in 2012, the event has been a real success with the public, and the money collected each year allows us to put into action our initiatives with children in Zambia,” says François Butin, co-organiser with the Kumansansa association. “On Sunday, 6 September, the local authorities will be providing support in the form of the Brigade d’Intervention d’Annemasse (and its infamous blue Mégane RS), who will be on hand to remind the attendees about the dangers of speeding.”

For more background information about this event, see the article in issue 37-38/2014 of the Bulletin.

Owners of prestigious cars (GTI or other sports cars) are invited to sign up to take part via the association’s website:

The Supercars Experience day organisers