We are excited to announce that our preparations are now underway for the 2021 race series of the Porsche Classic Boxster Cup.
Previously known as the Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition, and only open to the Porsche Centre network and Porsche Recommended Repairers, the Porsche Classic Boxster Cup was taken over by the Porsche Club Great Britain in 2020. It is now open to all and anyone who wants to race can join in the fun.
Our ‘Pink Pig’ Boxster S is up on the ramps for some general maintenance and a series of safety checks in readiness for the first race of the season. Our driver will once again be Porsche-trained Technician Will Heslop, who achieved podium finishes many times with the Porsche Centre Wolverhampton Pink Pig. We are delighted he has jumped at the chance to drive for us again.
This year's Porsche Classic Boxster Cup is particularly significant, as 2021 marks 25 years since the Porsche Boxster was launched. To celebrate this milestone, and four generations of the Porsche Boxster, Porsche has released 1,250 limited edition, six-cylinder 'Boxster 25 years' models to the global market.
We are delighted that some of our local businesses and suppliers will be involved in the sponsorship of the ‘Pink Pig’ and its livery will be updated to display these over the coming weeks.
The first race of the season will take place at Donington Park on Saturday 10 April 2021. Visit the Porsche Club Boxster Cup page for full details.
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