Porsche Centre Chester is taking part in the Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition and for the past few months our Porsche Technicians have been restoring a 2000 registration 986 Boxster S. Now mechanically complete, the car will be competing across the country at some of the UK’s most iconic circuits such as Donington Park, Brands Hatch and Silverstone. Carl Hazelton, Centre Principal will be driving for Porsche Centre Chester and has recently earnt his race licence which allows him to compete in the championship.
On Saturday 14 April at Donington Park, the first race meeting of the championship took place and members of the Porsche Centre Chester team went along to support Carl in the first race. Porsche Centre Chester was the only Centre to take part and therefore we were the winners within this class. However, the next race at Brands Hatch on Saturday 5 May will see 17 Centres competing in this class together.
If you would like to join us at Brands Hatch to support Carl and the Porsche Centre Chester team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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