This part of the website provides information on the 2002 racing season.
Race Reports - Porsche Club series
The race calendar shown below is final.
The series presents some very close racing, with tight regulation and classes based on modified power to weight ratios. You can click on the link to the PCGB site on the links page to get updates on other competitors, my own race reports are below.
Race Reports - Northern Sports and Saloon Car Championship
The NSSCC is a race series based around the Croft circuit in North Yorkshire. The series, which is open to pretty much any type of car attracts good fields of competitors. Technical regulations are few and it gives a good chance to compete against cars of very different characteristics.
In 2000 I won Class D, and was awarded the John Blades Trophy for my exploits during the 2001 season.
Race Reports - Porsche Open & Welsh Sports & Saloon Car Championship
The Porsche Open is a series orgainised by the Porsche Club GB, and is "open", hence its name, to Porsche of any type or description without technical restriction. It therefore is the place to see the more exotic and modified Porsche eg 935 and supercharged 964s etc. Where rounds of the Open and Classic coincide, I often take part, just for fun. There are 4 classes, based on simple power to weight ratios, which also reflect the degree of modification from standard.
Following the decision to make the Porsche Cup a single class championship, the Porsche Open is the now the only place for the other Cup cars, eg 964, 944 Turbo, 993 to race within the Porsche Club.
The Welsh Sports & Saloon Car Championship is organised by the Welsh Racing Drivers Association and caters for a multitude of different types of car including saloon cars, sports racing cars, motorcycle engines cars and even has a special class for rally cars.
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