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Porsche Club Speed Championship – Shelsley Walsh 23rd July 2011

The eighth round of the Speed Championship ran on Saturday at the high-speed hill at Shelsley Walsh in Worcestershire. This venerable, 1000 yard course offers spectacular views for the spectator and a fast, challenging course for the competitors. Warm, dry conditions on the day gave the drivers a great opportunity to really push themselves and we finished the day with close competition across...

Speed Championship at Castle Combe June 2011

The seventh round of the Porsche Club Speed Championship took place at Castle Combe circuit in Wiltshire last weekend. Sixteen drivers attended on a day that remained dry but overcast for most the competition although the first practice run was on a relatively slippery surface because of overnight rain. An unfortunate and extensive spillage of oil by a previous competitor just before the timed...

Gurston Down 18th June 2011

Heavy rain showers and unseasonably cool temperatures meant that competitors were never going to trouble existing class records on the sixth Porsche Club Speed Championship round at the fast and challenging Gurston Down hill climb in Wiltshire. Despite the wet weather, however, we still saw some very tight and close competition amongst the fourteen drivers attending.

Three drivers...

Speed Championship at Harewood Hill Climb

Round five of the Porsche Club Speed Championship took us to the spectacular Harewood Hill Climb in West Yorkshire. Despite an unpromising start to the day with low temperatures and the threat of rain we actually enjoyed an afternoon of sunshine and a relatively warm and dry track.
Thirteen drivers started the day and included some very experienced Harewood competitors and some drivers...

Paul Howells takes fourth win in Porsche Club Speed Championship

The fourth meeting of the Porsche Club Speed Championship was also the first hill climb of the season with one round running over two days on the 1475 yard course at Loton Park in Shropshire. Saturday was taken up with four practice sessions, followed by another practice run and two timed runs on Sunday 22nd. A brief shower on Sunday morning meant that...

Round Three of Speed Championship at MIRA

Last Saturday saw the Porsche Club Speed Championship on a circuit at the Motor Industry Research Association proving ground near Nuneaton. Fourteen drivers braved the cold winds and enjoyed four runs on a dry track as the forecasted showers kept off throughout the day.

Class P4 was very well supported at MIRA with six drivers entered and producing some very close competition over the...

First Two Rounds of Speed Championship at Anglesey

The bank holiday weekend of the 30th April and 1st May provided a superb start to a new season of the Porsche Club Speed Championship. Despite strong, gusty winds on both Saturday and Sunday the competition enjoyed two days of sunshine and a very dry, warm track surface. Fifteen drivers started on Saturday and were blessed with a long, full weekend of competition with Saturday alone having...

Double Header at Anglesey, in North Wales, sees the Speed season off to a competitive start

Held over 2-days at the scenic Anglesey circuit on the North Wales coast, two rounds of the Porsche Club Speed Championship took place on 30th April and 1st May. A relatively low level of entries to the meeting overall meant our competitors had lots of competitive runs on both days, with competitors having up to ten timed runs.

Reigning Champion Graham Rose suffered engine problems with...

Graham Rose retains Porsche Club Speed Champion Trophy for 2010

The Porsche Speed Championship title was retained by Graham Rose, who after his flawless season 2009 this year won by just 0.08 of a point. Rose becomes the first ever three times winner of the championship.

Graham Rose Retains 2010 Speed Championship

The final round of the Porsche Club Speed Championship ran last Saturday at Prescott hill climb in the Cotswolds. We were fortunate enough to compete on the one day of the weekend that wasn’t wet but the autumn sun still struggled to dry a very slippery surface, particularly under the trees through The Esses. Despite the treacherous surface seventeen championship drivers still put in...

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