The team at Porsche Centre Cardiff are getting ready to race their Fletcher Aviation 986 Boxster in the Porsche Classic Boxster Cup 2020.
This race series has developed from the Classic Restoracing Championship and has now evolved to include open entry to anyone and not just Official Porsche Centres and Official Porsche Recommended Repairers.
The racing competition started out as a competition to restore a Classic Porsche and show the skillset of Porsche Technicians in Official Porsche Centres. In 2018, the championship evolved to include racing in the 986 Boxster you had restored, in 2019 the races climbed to 5 in a season and now in 2020 the drivers will face 7 rounds of competition in tracks all over the UK.
Our driver Scot Adams will be behind the wheel after a successful set of races in 2019 where he climbed to a podium finish at the end of the year.
Stay up to date with the latest action here on our Porsche Classic Boxster Cup Hub .
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