As the Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition comes to a close the annual award dinner was held at Pennyhill Park in Surrey on Friday 11 October 2019 our racing team in attendance.
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that our driver, Will Heslop has been awarded the 'Driver of the year' for 2019. Following two seasons of fantastic achievements and podium finishes. Many hours have been spent preparing the car for its races, the team have felt the frustration of mechanical problems and being forced to withdraw at times however they have all worked tirelessly, totally dedicated throughout giving Will the maximum support on the track. The Centre is immensely proud of the whole team’s achievements and this award is the icing on the cake.
The Pink Pig is now ‘resting’ in the showroom, a little battle scared but on show for our customers and visitors to see.
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