Porsche Centre Wolverhampton is sponsoring the British Hill Climb Championship weekend on 12 June at Loton Park, near Shrewsbury. The event will see the very best drivers and cars from across the UK competing against the clock up a tight and demanding tarmac track through the stately home’s deer park.
Centre principal, Simon Priest, said: “Having just expanded into the area we thought this would be an ideal way to get into the new territory and introduce ourselves to customers throughout Staffordshire and Shropshire.
“We have never attended a speed hill climb event before so staff and invited guests are looking forward to what promises to be a very competitive motorsport experience, and we will have fantastic examples of our very latest 718 Boxster, Macan and 911 models on display.”
Loton Park Hill Climb is organised by Midlands-based Hagley Car Club and club official Dave Parr, added: “We are delighted to welcome Simon and his Porsche Centre Wolverhampton team to the big national event at Loton Park on 11th & 12th of June and we are sure their cars will be of great interest to both competitors and visitors.
“Besides being rounds of the highly competitive British and Midland championships for classic, saloon, sports and racing cars, an added and timely addition will be around 20 cars competing in the Porsche Club of Great Britain National Hill Climb Championship, which sees fully competition-prepared Boxster, Cayman and 911 Carrera models taking to the track.”
To join us at Loton Park Hill Climb on 12 June, please call the Centre on
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