On Thursday 22 March Porsche Centre Chester hosted a very special Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition evening. The competition involves Centres restoring a 986 Boxster S model, preparing it for racing, and then competing in a series of races on the iconic tracks of Silverstone and Brands Hatch.
Approximately 90 guests were welcomed to the Centre for an informative discussion with Steve Kevlin from Porsche Club Motorsport, followed by a sneak preview of the 986 Boxster S currently being restored by Porsche Centre Chester. Our guests were given the opportunity to explore the car in the workshop and ask our Technicians about the ongoing restoration
Porsche Centre Chester is incredibly proud to be taking part in the Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition and our Technicians are working tirelessly to restore and prepare the car. Carl Hazelton, Centre Principal and our driver for the races, is very keen to get behind the wheel.
The first race meeting is at Brands Hatch on 5 May. If you would like to attend the race, or for any further information about the competition, please contact Kat Griffiths by email.
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