The 2019 Porsche Club Motorsport season is rapidly approaching. The Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli will begin again in April and the dates and venues for the new season have been updated below.
During the coming year we will also be running races for the Classic Restoracing Championship Boxster models and in 2019 their season will be extended to 5 meetings, with 10 races. These are shown below and will always be run at the same meeting as the other Porsche Club Championship classes.
Championship Regulations for the 2019 season can now be downloaded from the 'Regulations' part of the site for each discipline, or, click the text below: These regulations for the Club Championship are Final and Motorsport UK Approved. The Speed and Hillclimb Championship Regulations are still 'draft' until approved.
For anybody thinking of getting involved in teh Porsche Club Motorsport, we have produced a booklet 'From Armchair to Race Track' which explains the process to help explain what to expect, from the beginning to getting on track. The booklet can be downloaded as a pdf document, by clicking HERE
The reigning 2018 Champions are shown below and the final championship positions and points can be found under the 'points' option by clicking under each discipline in the left column of this page.
For 2019, when finalised, all Porsche Club Track Days will be bookable online. Dates will be shown below, but booking will be made by following the link below (when available).
Photo galleries can be found for the various championship rounds and the Track Days. Just click on the the option under 'Galleries' to the left of this page.
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Track 9 Magazine:
Each year the Porsche Club produces a supplement to the Club's main magazine which contains a brief review of the past year's motorsport activities plus a pre-view of what is planned for the coming year. For 2018 this publication was called 'Track 9' and by clicking the link at the end of this text, you can open up a pdf document showing the current issue and by clicking on the 'Archive' tab on the left you will see the issues from 2010 to date. Click here for Track 9, Trackside Magazine and past issues of Grandstand supplement.
Our congratulations go to all drivers who have competed with us in 2018 and in particular to our reigning Motorsport Champions - as below :
Mark Sumpter - Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club Champion with Pirelli 2018.
David Dyson - Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club Speed Champion with Pirelli 2018.
Paul Howells - Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club National Hillclimb Champion 2018.
Josh Morris - Classic Restoracing Competition winner 2018 - Porsche Centre Bolton
Team Strasse - Porsche Club Championship Team Trophy 2018.
The site is constantly updated to include results, photo galleries and to post booking / entry forms for the respective series. The structure of each series is shown within its own area of the site. There is also a new section - under 'Information' - allowing for the inclusion of details of those companies that offer construction, preparation or on-circuit support for those who want to participate in the Club's motorsport or Track Days.
The motorsport videos include a slide show summary of the Porsche Club Motorsport during 2009 through to 2018. These can now be accessed by clicking on the Porsche Club Motorsport Videos icon on the lower right side of this page. Alternatively, by clicking on the menu button for each series, you can click on 'videos' and only those for that activity will be highlighted. Track Day videos can be accessed by clicking the 'videos' link under Track Day at the top of the page.
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