Taking part in the Porsche Restoration Competition, our Porsche Technicians are currently restoring a 986 Boxster S back to its original form. Once completed, our Boxster will race in the 986 Boxster racing series this year and will compete at some of the UKs most iconic tracks such as Brands Hatch and Silverstone with Centre Principal, Carl Hazelton behind the wheel.
We would like to invite you to Porsche Centre Chester on Thursday 22 March from 6:30 pm for an exclusive preview of our 986 Boxster S Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition car. Guests will be able to view the restoracing car, as well as the entire Porsche model range in the showroom. Our Technicians will be on hand to answer any technical questions and Steve Kevlin from Porsche Club Motorsport will be giving an informal Question and Answer session.
Our Technicians are making good progress and we are due for the car to be complete and ready for its first race in May at Brands Hatch.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org f you would like to attend this preview or if you have any questions.
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