On Friday 11 October, the team from Porsche Centre Bournemouth attended the awards evening for the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019.
Hosted at Pennyhill Park Hotel, we enjoyed an excellent evening with great entertainment. After a video re-cap of the year, James Toye of Porsche Cars Great Britain, announced the winners.
The team from Porsche Centre Bournemouth, Poole Accident Repair and driver Ben McLoughlin were delighted to be presented with the Overall Winner award for the 2019 Championship.
We look forward to continuing our racing journey next year with The Porsche Classic Boxster Cup 2019.
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