We are delighted to announce that Porsche Centre Chester will be taking part in the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019
With Carl Hazelton, Centre Principal once again behind the wheel of our 986 Boxster S race car, we are looking forward to supporting him in the races where he will compete with other Centres and their similar Boxsters.
This year we are welcoming some changes to the regulations. There is a new suspension package for the cars, consisting of revised springs and dampers (front and rear) and specially produced suspension mountings. These will be used in conjunction with GT3 front suspension arms. This package will allow the damper settings to be adjusted and will increase negative camber, making the tyres work better and last longer.
The team at Porsche Centre Chester is once again looking forward to the Championship and developing our car even further than last year. We are also delighted that one of the race meetings will be held on our doorstep at Oulton Park - we will enjoy taking some of our customers along to the race.
For further information about the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019, keep checking our website and follow our Facebook page for updates.
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