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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...

Porsche Club Speed Championship – Brands Hatch Indy Circuit 12th September 2010

Sunday 12th September saw the penultimate round of the Porsche Club Speed Championship at Brands Hatch circuit in an action packed morning of competition. Running to a very tight schedule, eight drivers ran in warm, dry conditions with more than one ‘off’ during the competition.

Graham Rose (924S) and Christopher Miles (944) were the Class P4 drivers at Brands with Christopher enjoying...

Speed Championship at MIRA

The tenth round of the Porsche Club Speed Championship ran at the automotive research centre MIRA last Saturday, where very wet weather certainly tested both car and driver on this fast sprint circuit. Despite the high winds and standing water the venue still provided some very exciting competition over the day.

 

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Goodwood Sprint August 2010

Fifteen drivers attended the ninth round of the Porsche Club Speed Championship at the high speed, 2.38 mile Goodwood circuit last weekend. The day ran under mostly dry conditions with a little light rain in the afternoon but not enough to affect the results too much.

Five drivers entered Class P4 with Donald Peach (924) just edging ahead of Justin Mather in their shared car to clinch...

Porsche Club Speed Championship Shelsley Walsh 17th July 2010

The eighth round of the Porsche Club Speed Championship marked a return to the beautiful Worcestershire countryside of Shelsley Walsh hillclimb. Although we had some light rain during the morning practice sessions, the afternoon brought perfect warm and dry conditions for some very quick competition and the setting of two new class records.

It was very tight and close competition in...

Porsche Club Speed Championship at Castle Combe

Porsche Club Speed Championship – Castle Combe 26th June 2010

The seventh round of the Porsche Club Speed Championship ran at a very warm and sunny Castle Combe circuit last weekend. Despite the sultry weather, there was intense competition on the circuit and friendly rivalry across all classes at this popular sprint.

Six drivers entered Class P4 at Castle Combe with Justin...

Porsche Club Speed Championship – Gurston Down Hill Climb 19th June 2010

The sixth round and halfway point of the 2010 PCGB Speed Championship was at the fast and relatively short hill climb of Gurston Down in Wiltshire. Fifteen PCGB drivers enjoyed a dry track, occasional warm sunshine and close competition that nearly broke long standing records in two of the classes.

In Class P1 Pedro Moriyon enjoyed his second competition round and second hill climb...

Rose extends Championship lead

Eighteen PCGB Speed Championship drivers braved a rain soaked course at Harewood hill climb last Sunday for a day of close competition and more than a few ‘offs’ between the first and last corner of the course. A spell of dry weather followed by continuous rain on Sunday ensured that this 1600 yard course was pretty treacherous in places but that did not inhibit some very skilful...

Simon Wilson sets the pace as the Porsche Club Speed Championship visits Loton Park

Despite an unpromising weather forecast, our first hill climb of the season at Loton Park in Shropshire was dry, particularly during Sunday’s timed runs, which were blessed with sunny and warm weather. We had a good turnout on this well-liked but challenging 1475 yard course with nineteen PCGB drivers competing.

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Ben Evans sets fastest time on the rugged Ty Croes Sprint circuit

The ruggedly picturesque circuit at Ty Croes on Anglesey was the venue for a weekend of sprinting with the Porsche Club Speed Championship. This was a two-round double header which, considering the relative remoteness of this circuit, was very well attended by competitors who are very enthusiastic about this challenging but rewarding track. Despite a wet May Bank holiday just about...

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