Hanover, 30 May 2024: 4.2 kilometers long, 19 bends, 26 percent gradient - and in the middle of it all, lots of tuning fans with their extraordinary conversions. On Wednesday, over 160 tuning fans met on one of the most challenging racetracks in Europe for the PS Days Track Day, which was organized jointly with their partner Philipp Kaess. The topography of the BILSTER BERG was perfect for getting in the mood for the biggest tuning event of the summer. From July 5 to 7, PS Days 2024 will open its doors for the third time at the exhibition grounds in Hanover.

Almost 100 tuned and near-series vehicles took on the challenging race track at the pre-event. Some of the guests came from the community of Youtuber and Arlows owner Philipp Kaess, who is known for bringing together numerous people from the automotive scene.

"It's almost like a class reunion, a really colorful and cool bunch - you can go up to anyone and chat," says influencer Keno Veith, who was there despite the rainy weather. But that doesn't bother the East Frisian: "There's no such thing as bad weather, just a bad foot on the gas."

Georg Schöttker from Sauerländer has been an exhibitor at the PS Days since the beginning and is already looking forward to the third event: "The Track Day was a great opportunity to meet old and new faces and to make appointments for the PS Days."

Tuning expert Sven Schulz is back again this year when it comes to selecting the vehicles for the PS Days Community Garage. Over 1000 applications have already been received for one of the limited places reserved for the private vehicles of the PS Days community. "The season is open and the Track Day was the perfect warm-up for PS Days, with a great vibe with a mix of exhibitors, customers and social media," he says. "It was really fun to thunder around the track in the car - whether it was dry or wet."

Just like last year, female tuning fans will once again receive a lot of attention at this year's PS Days in the so-called "Ladies Lounge". Lisa Yasmin will also be there again and says: "It's really great that more and more girls are coming together for tuning and racing events. The day was a perfect start to the season and I'm now looking forward to being part of the PS Days!"