We are making great progress with the restoration of our Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition entry.
Having recently finished the engine and vehicle build of the Boxster S (986), we are now focusing on the interior seats, steering wheel and vinyl refurbishment.
We have chosen a Martini Racing inspired livery to make our Boxster stand out on the race track. The car is currently on display at Porsche Centre Nottingham and guests are welcome to come and see it until 2 February.
The details of the races, which form an integral part of this year’s competition, have now been released. There will be three races in total which will take place on 5-6 May at Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit, 2 June at Silverstone Grand Prix circuit and 2 September at Brand Hatch Indy track.
You can follow the latest developments of our restoration through our Facebook page
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