Porsche Experience Center - Atlanta (PECA). If you happen to be in either the Atlanta or Los Angeles area and ever wondered what your Porsche, or any Porsche for that matter is capable of, I highly recommend that you visit the PECA: https://www.porschedriving.com/atlanta or https://www.porschedriving.com/los-angeles. The LA experience center has offered what they call the "Porsche Owners Experience" for quite some time now but the Atlanta experience center has been working on it for over 5-years now and it is about to become a reality. A few of us lucky Porsche owners in the ATL area was picked to participate in the first-ever test run of this event. Upon arrival, we checked in with security, had our temperature checked (COVID), and proceeded to tour the Experience Center. If you have not been, it is an amazing place with probably one of the best restaurants in town http://www.restaurant356.com/ - even if you are not a Porsche enthusiasts or a car person, you will love the restaurant, I promise. Side note about PECA, it also offers other exciting displays, such as, The Porsche museum, which had every Hollywood Porsche car on display (including the 928 from Risky Business, the 356 from Top Gun, the 944 from Sixteen Candles, and more). In addition to the museum, the Experience Center gives you have a view of the track from multiple places (including the restaurant and a snack bar/coffee shop), the Porsche Design Shop, and a driving simulator. Even if you don't drive on the track, it is well-worth the visit. Back to the Porsche Owners Experience: I arrived early, so I checked in, visited the premises, and toured the museum. After which, the drivers received a brief and a driving instructor (DI). Due to COVID, the DI would not ride in the car with the driver. The driving instructor would be in a lead car with the driver trailing behind at approximately 2-car length distance. The first 45-minutes, I drove the new 992S. The interior is very different than my 991.2 GTS and the car was very fast and handled like a Porsche should. However, it was not as fast as my car. We started off on the handling circuit (the track) and warmed-up the tires. This also gives the instructor a glimpse of your driving skills and the things that you may need to work on. After a few laps around the track, we moved to the launch control/serpentine section where we got to experience both of those several times. Once that was over, we proceeded to the kick-plate. If you are not familiar with the kick-plate, it is designed to help you improve vehicle control. Basically, you drive at 25 mph over the kick plate and once your rear tires hit the plate, the plate will throw the back-end of your vehicle either left or right and you have to counter-steer in order to maintain control. After that a few obstacles will pop-up that you are supposed to serpentine through (eyes are the key here - looking where you want to go). After that concluded, we went back out on the track for more hot-laps around the handling circuit. Once the 45-minutes in the 992S elapsed, we swapped vehicles and I finally got to do everything I did in the 992S, in my car (minus the kick-plate). The DIs advised us not to do the kick-plate in our personal car because it can throw the alignment off. I followed their instructions. To keep this as short as possible, I finally got to experience what my car is capable of while improving my driving form/technique. All of the driving instructors at PECA are professional and excellent instructors that provide great teaching points to help you improve your driving abilities. On a scale of 1-10, I would give this a 10. If I could give it an 11, I would. I had a blast and don't have anything negative to say about my experience. It was epic and I am honored to be one of the few "Porsche influencers" in this area to participate in this event. I would like to thank Erin and Chris at PECA for hosting this event and my good friend Nash at Autohass Social https://autohaussocial.com/ for thinking of me when they were inviting local Porsche owners. #pecatl The video is my driving instructor in a 992S and me following him in my 991.2 GTS.