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Dyson Confirmed as Champion For 2017

In a break with recent tradition, the final round of the Speed Championship ended, not at the usual Prescott hill climb in October along with all the noise and activity of their American Autumn Classic, but at Shelsley Walsh for a day entirely devoted to competition and our last outing this season was all the better for it. We were lucky with the weather too, as the threat of rain held off...

Dyson Looking Unbeatable Now

The penultimate round of the 2017 season ran at Curborough Sprint Course under warm and dry driving conditions with17 PCGB drivers attending. There were very close times within each class as well as a couple of class records created on Curborough’s ‘figure 8’ course layout.

Stephen Jory and Stuart Maclean made up Class P4 with Stuart giving away nearly 30bhp in the...

All Getting Hot At The Top

Eighteen drivers attended round 10 of the Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club Speed Championship with Pirelli at Goodwood Circuit as the season nears completion and every point matters. Despite occasional heavy showers, most competitors enjoyed a dry track for the afternoon timed runs at this fast circuit although being baulked on their timed runs almost scuppered the Championship hopes of...

Dyson's Sixth Win Moves Him Into Contention

Incredibly, this was the first sprint since Anglesey way back in March. The drivers must have been itching to go sprinting because we saw remarkably quick times and class records were broken in all classes. Despite the threat of rain all day, the weather held off and we enjoyed a dry track throughout the day.

In Class P4 the power differential between Stuart Maclean’s 2-litre 924 and...

Mather and Eason Tie in Class 3 at Harewood

The Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club Speed Championship with Pirelli returned north last weekend to the famous Harewood hill climb near Harrogate for round 8 of the Championship. The competitors lined up on Sunday morning in sunny weather conditions ready to compete again.

Class P1 competition was all go with front runner Graham Rose (supercharged 924S) struggling to get his car off...

Title Chase Hots Up After Ultra Competitive Prescott

Better than expected weather and a relaxed, well-organised meeting made for a great round of the Championship at Prescott Hill Climb on 24 June. The dry track saw some quick times across the classes. With 17 drivers entered and running alongside the National Hillclimb Championship, the paddock was dominated by Porsches.

Two drivers entered Class P4 with Stuart Maclean and his smartly...

Dyson Equals Class Record on Gurston Debut

Speed Championship competitors enjoyed, or perhaps endured, Mediterranean-style weather at Gurston Down last weekend with a busy meeting running under cloudless skies and temperatures of 28°C or more.

In contrast to recent rounds that had seen some of the biggest classes, just two drivers entered Class P1 at Gurston with Graham Rose (supercharged 924S) putting in consistently quick...

Fagan Leads the Championship after Loton Park

The Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club Speed Championship with Pirelli returned to Loton Park near Shrewsbury for Rounds 4 and 5 of the Speed Championship. Run as 2 separate rounds over the weekend and both rounds would consist of 2 practice runs followed by 2 timed runs to decide the result.

It was good to see Donald Peach for the first time this season but it was a fairly short...

David Dyson wins first round of Speed at Croft

The first round of the Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club Speed Championship with Pirelli took place at Croft Circuit on Easter Monday. What a great day it was too.

A good entry of sixteen competitors were greeted by what turned out to be a lovely sunny day which, although it threatened rain on occasions, stayed dry all day. In fact, with the benefit of hindsight, it was actually...

Tim Barber takes 2016 Speed Title

We entered the final round at Prescott with the Championship still undecided and the final championship positions still to play for. It was an inauspicious start to the competition, however, with a mix of drizzle and heavy rain throughout the entire practice sessions as the drivers cautiously completed the first two runs on a very wet and slippery track. As with last year, it was a strong...

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