We have had an exciting season thus far in the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship. With just one more round to go, we could not be more excited; particularly due to the final meeting being at our home circuit of Oulton Park.
This will be the first time Carl Hazelton, Centre Principal and driver of our Boxster S race car will be driving competitively at Oulton Park and this time he will be feeling the pressure. Not only is it the last race of the season, but Carl will also have in excess of 150 Porsche Centre Chester customers and colleagues from the Centre at the circuit to cheer him on.
It has been an exciting season with each race offering our team cause for celebration and sometimes disappointment. With a couple of bumps, scrapes and one pretty major collision along the way, our car has battled on through the competition. We are fortunate to have such a dedicated driver representing the Centre and he is now more than ready to take on this final Restoracing Championship round on the 31 August.
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