Porsche Centre Guildford, in collaboration with Premier Panel Skills, is proud to present our finished Classic Restoracing Competition 986 Boxster.
Get a taste of our Boxster in action on the race track by viewing the new promotional film from Porsche Cars Great Britain.
We would like to recognise the huge team effort that has gone into transforming the 986 Boxster into a track-ready race car fully equipped with roll cage and racing livery. Our 986 Boxster had just over 20,000 miles on the clock and was in great mechanical order, making it the perfect candidate for the competition, but it still took a lot of hard work and dedication to get it ready to race.
The competition will see our fully restored 986 Boxster compete head-to-head against 15 others, each with their own livery paying homage to iconic Porsche race cars. We have chosen to replicate the ‘Hippie’ design from the wildly painted Martini Racing long-tail Porsche 917 LH.
The Classic Restoracing Championship will take place at some of the UK's most iconic circuits and begins on 5 May at Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit. Discover more at www.porsche.co.uk/restoracing
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