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Wins For Howells And Lancaster-Gaye at Shelsley Walsh

Even before practice the weekend started well with this coverage from the team at Shelsley Walsh.

“The weekend will also be a round of the Porsche Hill Climb Championship with four mouth watering GT3s, an RSR, a GT3 RS and a GT3 Cup car to make many a supercar fan melt. …”

The track started damp on Saturday with mud at the edges washed onto the track from the...

Howells and Lancaster-Gaye take Loton Park Class wins

The first meeting of the 2018 Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club National Hillclimb Championship season started bright and promising at Loton Park over the weekend of 19 / 20 May.

The first runs showed the track to be dusty and not providing as much grip as expected. As the day progressed other classes put down rubber and by the afternoon runs the track offered more grip. Everyone...

Champions Honoured at Porsche Awards Night

The Porsche Club Motorsport season formally drew to a close last Saturday night, November 11th, with the annual awards evening at the Hilton Puckrup Hall Hotel near Tewkesbury. The champions and top three in class of all three of the Club’s motorsport series were honoured, and the evening was attended by valued sponsors from Petro-Canada Lubricants and Pirelli – while the overall champions of...

Howells Wraps Up 2017 Hillclimb Title

The final round of the Porsche Club Hill Climb Championship took place on a recently resurfaced track at Loton Park in Shropshire. Hagley Light Car Club has done a great job in making Loton Park, with its freely roaming deer and ‘kamikaze’ pheasants (both, fortunately, are kept clear of the track), into a super hill climbing venue, both for the driving and the great social...

Hillclimb Championship Hots Up With One Round To Go

The all 911 line-up in the Petro-Canada Porsche Club National Championship provided great action and a new class record. Peter Turnbull and his GT3 had a fantastic first timed run setting the pace for the class. His time and new class record was 34.02s. Paul Howells in his lovely RSR was second on 34.71s. Phil Price was in the running all weekend with his mighty 911 Turbo and took third in...

Howells and Lancaster-Gaye win but Turnbull still leads

This past weekend saw the eighth round of the Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club National Hillclimb Championship at the scenic Wiscombe Park in Devon.

The season is turning out to be very competitive with a fabulous mix of cars and some 'top notch' driving.

The Class wins at Wiscombe went the way of Paul Howells and Robert Lancaster-Gaye, but the Championship is still very much...

Barber pushes Howells to Close Finish

We were all looking forward to Harewood Hillclimb, but maybe not so much the distance to get there, or more like the time involved with normal motorway traffic of today.

Harewood Hillclimb sports one of the most challenging corners in the UK just 10 meters before the finish line. It was great to be with all the Speed Champ people again, with a vast selection of quick cars and drivers....

Tarling Turns Tables at Prescott

Saturday
Competitors in the Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club National Hillclimb Championship were confronted with a dry Prescott weekend for a change and the grip levels were the most promising for many years. For the past few seasons the championship has been competing on this fabulous hill in October and this time there were no green or damp leaves to contend with.

It was...

Howells Excels in Wet at Epynt

We had a smaller than hoped for turnout for this event, partly due to a busy schedule of events coupled with a few mechanical breakdowns.

Of the Porsches competing we had Paul Howells in his trusty 911 RSR, popping and banging like the old competition car it is, but oh so quick. He was accompanied by Andy Norris in his 1980s 911 fitted with a large supercharger and which sounded just...

Howells and Lancaster-Gaye class winners at Shelsley Walsh

Difficult to know where to start; Very mixed weather with heavy showers, interruptions for demonstrations of electric cars and some competitors in more than one championship allowing Robert Lancaster-Gaye, quite legally, twelve runs and all on different numbers each day. All quite baffling!

Saturday practice was again very close competition and with four runs times dropped. Paul Howells...

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