Porsche Centre Hatfield, in association with our Porsche Recommended Repairer M&A Coachworks, is taking part in the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019. On Sunday 7 July, our year 2000 registered Boxtser S (Type 986) took part in Round 2 at Brands Hatch GP circuit.
In the first race Hatfield’s Boxster collided with Swindon’s which set us back, but our driver Mark McCullough managed to recover well. Later in the race our Boxster spun and wouldn’t start straight away. Having lost time, we unfortunately had to retire from the race.
In the second race we started from ninth position and managed to gain two places before being overtaken by Nottingham. We finished in eighth position. It was a tough competition, but our driver Mark is improving every day.
The next races of the competition will be held on the following dates and locations:
27 July – Snetterton, Norfolk
31 August – Oulton Park International, Cheshire
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