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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.

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...

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...

Wins for Wilkins and Morris as McGloin Claims Bill Taylor Trophy

Craig Wilkins and Pete Morris took outright wins as the Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli visited the full Silverstone Grand Prix circuit, an appropriate win for Morris as he sponsored the trophies for the day with his PMC Midlands company. Jonathan Evans took his first Class Two win in race one and followed it up with his second later in the day, while up for grabs across...

Morris and McAleer to renew battle at Silverstone

The Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli runners head for the wide open expanses of the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit for rounds three and four with the battle at the front already looking to make this a classic year for the long-running series. Reigning champion Pete Morris took one win at Brands Hatch last month in his 996 C2, with Mark McAleer hounding him all the way in...

Morris and McAleer Share Brands Hatch Spoils

Defending champion Pete Morris and fellow 996 C2 racer Mark McAleer took a race win apiece in the opening Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli on Saturday May 2nd, but it was double Class Two winner Tim Speed who left Brands Hatch as the early championship leader with his Dorset Sportscars 968 CS.

The 20-minute session saw a host of drivers claim the top...

Awards Evening Wraps Up 2014 Porsche Club Motorsport Season

An action-packed 2014 motorsport season for Porsche Club Motorsport came to a close on Saturday night with the annual awards evening at the Puckrup Hall Hotel just outside Tewkesbury. As an additional highlight of the evening champions and class winners from the Baylis and Harding Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli, and the Baylis and Harding Porsche Club Speed Championship with Pirelli...

Morris Seals Title with Two Wins at Brands

Three dramatic races in front of the large crowd at the Festival of Porsche saw Pete Morris crowned the overall Baylis & Harding Porsche Club Champion with Pirelli champion for 2014, the Tamworth racer winning two races in his Strasse-tended 996 C2 to wrap up the title. Twice a class champion in previous seasons, Morris arrived at Brands Hatch having never finished outside the top three...

Championship Decider for Porsche Club Runners

Three races at Brands Hatch on Sunday September 21st will decide the winner of the 2014 Baylis & Harding Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli – the championship closing in style at the Festival of Porsche at the Kent circuit. Pete Morris has led the overall points table since the start of the season, never finishing off the podium in his Strasse-run 996 C2, but now...

Morris on top as Porsches reach Oulton Park

Baylis & Harding Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli points leader Pete Morris arrives at Oulton Park on Saturday 6th of September aiming to keep his run of podium finishes intact, the Class One racer having finished in the top three in all eleven races so far this season with three wins in his Strasse 996 C2. Time is running out for his rivals to reel him in, just...

Bradshaw's Donington Double

Tom Bradshaw took two very different wins as the Baylis & Harding Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli visited Donington Park in the East Midlands for two races, dominating race one but having to work his way through the pack to take his second victory. Championship leader Pete Morris took two second places to continue his perfect run of podium finishes, while overall points rival Mark...