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Strong entry for Castle Combe and close competition

Seventeen drivers entered our ninth championship round at Castle Combe and spent the day enjoying (and enduring) blazingly hot weather and a dry, sticky track surface throughout the day. Unlike previous years at Castle Combe where the drivers entered the circuit under Avon Bridge, this time they started from the pit lane, in effect making every class win a new class record for this sprint....

Howells takes the win in a bumper Class 1 at Gurston Down

The longest day was also one of the warmest of the year so far and made for perfect track conditions at Gurston Down hill climb last Saturday. Seventeen drivers competed at this high speed, 967 metre hill with the fastest times just fractions of a second off the class records.

Less than three quarters of a second separated the fastest three drivers in Class P1 with Tim Barber (996...

Double Header at Loton Park With a Strong Entry and Close Competition

Rounds four and five in this year’s championship were covered by a double header at the popular Loton Park hill climb. This long and demanding hill played host to nineteen drivers under threatening skies with a mix of rainstorms on Saturday and drier, more favourable weather for the Sunday runs.

On Saturday the damp, humid weather left behind by heavy rainstorms in the morning...

Snetterton 100 sees first visit of Porsche Club Speed Championship

This season’s third round saw the speed championship competing for the first time at Snetterton on the mile long ‘100’ sprint circuit. With an excellent turnout of seventeen drivers and strong competition under a very warm, cloudless sky, Snetterton provided a superb round at a well-supported sprint venue.

Driving a smartly prepared ex-race car 944, Stephen Jory...

Evans leads the Championship after Shelsley Walsh

This season’s visit to Shelsley Walsh was a two day event with practice runs on Saturday and two timed runs on Sunday. Both days were blessed with glorious warm, dry spring weather at this picturesque location and, amongst a packed entry list for this popular hill climb, there were fifteen championship Porsches competing.

Nearly half the Porsche entries were competing in Class...

First Round of Speed Championship at Croft

It has been over five years since the Speed Championship kicked off the season with a round in North Yorkshire at the 2.1 mile Croft Circuit but it was worth the wait to return. Although the day started with a very cold track for the Porsches in the first practice session, the day and track surface gradually warmed up. By the end of play the drivers had enjoyed three timed runs in relatively...

McCullagh and Maher Claim Championship Honours at Porsche Awards Finale

The 2013 Porsche Club Motorsport season ended in style at the Hilton Puckrup Hall Hotel near Tewkesbury on Saturday 23rd of November with the annual awards dinner, which saw the champions in the Club’s competitive series receive their prizes. John McCullagh claimed the overall crown in the tightly-fought Porsche Club Championship, while Justin Maher took the title in the...

Justin Mather sows up Porsche Club Speed Championship at Final Prescott round

Porsche Club Speed Championship – Final Round Prescott Hill Climb 5th October 2013

Given the time of year that the final round occurs we have been very lucky in recent seasons that the twelfth round of competition at Prescott hill climb has remained relatively warm and dry, offering the...

Porsche Club Speed Championship still open as the final round at Prescott looms

The 21st and 22nd September saw two days of very fast, competitive driving, a strong turnout and unusually warm September weather provide the ideal backdrop to rounds ten and eleven of the Speed Championship – a great double header for the penultimate weekend of this competition. The warm and dry conditions at Shelsley Walsh provided...

John Yates Cayman R fastest Porsche at Goodwood

Speed Championship – Goodwood 3rd August 2013

Saturday 3rd August saw the Porsche Club Speed Championship with Pirelli, at the fast and lengthy (2.4 miles) circuit at Goodwood. In comparison to the recent heatwave we have been enjoying the temperatures early in the day were relatively cool and breezy and, despite the ever present...

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