Following on from the success of the Porsche Restoracing series, Porsche Club Motorsport run the Boxster Cup race series, which we have competed in for the past few years.
Racing at a level that is competitive, accessible and fun, with all cars running to the same specification across a calendar of seven races in the season. Our most recent race took place at the Supercar Pageant on Saturday 9th July at Oulton Park. With an extensive Car display, live music, and pure performance on the circuit there was lots to look forward to.
An immense amount of time has been spent by the team working on updates and upgrading the Porsche Boxster race car recently. Work includes a freshly refurbished set of callipers front and rear, a recently updated new exhaust system, and the renewal of a few other parts due to wear and tear on the circuit. The team managed to secure 2nd place at Oulton Park in both heats and put on a great show of skilled driving by our service manager, Mike Thompson.
A big thank you to our team, sponsors, family, and friends for the ongoing support and for making all this possible.
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- Race Driver - Mike Thompson
- Team Manager - Lee Wibberly
- Head Technician - Dan Jackson
- Technician - Nathan Jackson
We are currently sitting in 1st place in the season and look forward to some high-speed action this weekend at Silverstone on Saturday 30 July 2022.
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