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Club Championship GalleriesThe Porsche Club Championship is for those seeking true track competition, with three classes providing tight racing; through the field - the overall title going to the highest scoring driver from Class 1 or Class 2. Class 3 is intended for those wanting to put a 'toe in the water' of competition. The Registration Fee is halved, but so are the points awarded.

Visiting many of the UK's major circuits, the series offers seven double-header meetings including the Grand Prix circuits at Brands Hatch and Silverstone in 2015. All races (but Brands Hatch GP) are 25-minutes long, giving drivers ample track time, and the opportunity to experience some major race meetings.

In 2015 the series will take in Brands Hatch Indy circuit, Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit, Oulton Park, Donington Park, Croft and Snetterton 300 plus one meeting on the Silverstone GP circuit.

Peter Morris won the 2014 Baylis & Harding Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli using his Class One 996 C2 and will return for another attack on the Championship in 2015.

The popularity of the series saw 40+-drivers score points in the 2013 season, with the title going to a 'First Time' Champion. Whether you want to compete for outright wins at the front of the field, or race your car in an intense class battle, the Porsche Club Championship is the place for you.

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Fuel Protect Porsche Club Champion with Pirelli Honoured at Awards Dinner

The 2015 Porsche Club Motorsport awards evening saw the top drivers in all three of the club’s motorsport series honoured for their achievements in the past season during a sell-out evening at the Puckrup Hilton Hotel near Tewkesbury. Champions from the Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli, the Porsche Club Speed Championship with Pirelli and the Porsche Club National...

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Final Race Win Gives Morris Second Title!

A win in the final round of the 2015 Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli season saw reigning title holder Pete Morris again provisionally crowned overall champion in his Strasse-run 996 C2, a dramatic opening lap seeing him take the lead and hold it for the rest of the race. Tim Speed won Class Two in that final race – and that was enough to give the Dorset-racer the class win and...

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Porsche Title Goes Down to the Wire!

The Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli season comes to a close this weekend at Croft in North Yorkshire with the title still up for grabs and ample points on offer. Reigning champion Pete Morris looked to have the title in his grasp but an off in race one at Oulton Park two weeks ago dented his hopes and let the chasing pack close in.

Morris has claimed five wins in his...

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Oulton Park Shake Up Leaves Porsche Title Up for Grabs

Oulton Park ripped up the Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli form book as the series visited on Saturday September 12th, with two drivers taking their first outright wins in the series – Mike Johnson taking race one and Kevin Harrison victorious later in the day. The title chase also suffered a shake up as points leader Pete Morris went off in the first race and was only...

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Pivotal Oulton Park as Porsche Club Title Chase Hots Up

With just two races left after this weekend’s (Saturday September 12th) two rounds, the Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli’s visit to Oulton Park could prove crucial in the season-long title battle. Five wins and a consistent finishing record have seen reigning champion Pete Morris head the points, but he has faced a stiff challenge at the front in recent races and...

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Classy Cheetham Double as Wilkins and Morris Also Win

The Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli made its first visit to the Snetterton 300 circuit on Saturday 22nd of August – and while Craig Wilkins and Pete Morris shared the wins at the front, it was Class Two racer Steve Cheetham who really benefitted taking his first ever double class win. Wilkins and Morris had been closely matched at the front all day – although...

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Snetterton 300 Debut for Porsche Battlers

The Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli runners take on the Snetterton 300 circuit for the first time this weekend with the series regulars determined to continue the high standard of racing that has epitomised the 2015 season so far. Close and exciting lead battles in both the championship classes have resulted in great racing and close finishes – and this weekend’...

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Duckman and Wilkins take Wins as Porsche Battle Continues at Brands

Gary Duckman took his first win on his return to the Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli in the opening race at Brands Hatch, the 200th Porsche Club Championship round, but was denied the double by Craig Wilkins after a comeback drive in race two. Championship leader Pete Morris claimed a second and a third, while in Class Two it was the Boxsters doing the winning as Steve...

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Porsche Battle Coninues at Brands Hatch

It is a rare outing on the Brands Hatch Grand Prix layout for rounds seven and eight of the Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli, with the series regulars determined to continue the high standard of racing that has epitomised the 2015 season so far. Close and exciting lead battles in both the championship classes have resulted in great racing and close finishes – and this...

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Donington Double for Morris

Pete Morris took two outright wins and Dave Botterill and Tim Speed shared Class Two honours as the Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli runners put on a great show for the Motors TV live cameras at Donington Park. Both races were close and exciting all the way down the field, and a great reminder of how close and well-balanced the variety of Porsche models in the series are...