On Monday 6 November, Technicians Ashley White and Wayne Minogue competed against each other in a day of technical driving assessments at the Porsche Experience Centre, Silverstone. The winner of the challenge was awarded the right to represent Porsche Centre Nottingham in the Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition races.
The Technicians are involved in the Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition where Porsche Centres restore a Porsche Boxster 986 and then choose a driver to represent their Centre in a series of races at iconic British circuits in 2018.
Both drivers put their technical driving skills to the test in a Porsche 911 Carrera S across PEC's Handling Circuit, Kick Plate and Low Friction Track and were scored by Porsche Driving Consultants. Marked out of 100, Wayne scored 71 points, just a single point ahead of Ashley. Wayne will therefore go on to represent Porsche Centre Nottingham at next year’s Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition.
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