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TANNOURINE, Lebanon:The best thing about having a passion is being part of a community that shares that passion.I had sold my own Porsche some time ago, leaving me with no appropriate car to drive with these Porsche aficionados, let alone something that could keep up with the magnificent 911s that were sure to show up.Then continue to drive north and exit the highway in Amchit, where the cars would regroup.I waited as the cars ahead of me took off one at a time, and when my turn came I followed suit.As for me, I was on my best behavior – not only was I driving a precious 911 that didn't belong to me, but my friend from Porsche was also in the car, so I was trying very hard not to overindulge.As I drove back to Beirut after lunch, my mind was still going over the events of the day, and it occurred to me that while I had to worry about only one other car during the drive, the organizers had to contend with dozens of Porsches traveling at different speeds, and with keeping them on the right roads, all while working to ensure everyone's safety.
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