Over the weekend we celebrated 20 years of the Porsche Carrera Cup, as it kicked off the 2022 season with its opening races at Donington Park.
The 2022 championship took its next step with the introduction of the 510 HP ‘Type 992’ 911 GT3 Cup and when the lights went out on Sunday afternoon, it was the beginning of the 350th race.
Porsche Centre Leicester hosted guests for both days of racing, with the qualifying race on the Saturday and race one and two on the Sunday. Our guests enjoyed Porsche GB hospitality, which included a delicious breakfast and lunch and snacks throughout.
In between the racing action we were given a paddock tour and had the privilege of meeting Porsche GB’s Junior Driver Adam Smalley, where he gave us more information about the 911 GT3 Cup car and an insight into his personal life and the preparation required for each race.
We would like to congratulate Adam on his 1st place finish in his debut race, incredible achievement!
The day was then topped off with a special goody bag with Porsche GB motorsport memorabilia.
To find out more information on upcoming events at Porsche Centre Leicester please contact Callum Whiteside at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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