To mark the 20-year anniversary of the Porsche Boxster, Porsche Centres across the United Kingdom will be restoring and preparing a Boxster 986 to compete in the Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition, run by Porsche Cars Great Britain.
To make the race even more interesting, each Centre will nominate a novice driver from their team to drive the car in the race.
In the last few weeks our Boxster has had its paintwork and wheels finished, to replicate the colours and design of the Porsche 917 that competed at Le Mans in 1971, also known as the ‘Pink Pig’. The braking system has now also been added and the engine fit is underway.
The first race will be held at Brands Hatch on Saturday 5 May 2018 and the second race at Silverstone Saturday 2 June 2018
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