Porsche Club Speed Championship
2024 Porsche Club Speed Championship
Competing at many venues throughout the England and Wales, Porsche Club GB’s sprinting and hill climbing motorsport has been running since the mid-90s in various guises and now runs under the title of ‘The Porsche Club Speed Championship with NINEMEISTER.
In addition to NINEMEISTER as the major sponsor we are delighted to have sponsorship from 9M and Cat Driver Training.
Another year of friendly and fun motorsport beckons in the Porsche Club Speed Championship. If you are looking at this for the first time as the owner of a road car, or you are someone who has a more modified car and are wondering what to do with it then please read on and hopefully you will go on to complete the registration process and join us this season!
The Championship is open to two categories of Porsche, road legal cars and those that have been modified and are no longer road legal. It entails driving in a mixture of Hillclimb and Sprint events scoring points based on the times recorded. Points are added up to arrive at the overall Championship title winner plus class awards at the end of the season.
This year we are not only recognising the overall Speed Champion but also the Hillclimb and Sprint Trophy winners. We also have a championship trophy for the best performing 986/987 Boxster.
We give trophies at events for class winners and runners up and while everyone tries hard to get their best time, the atmosphere is always hugely friendly, informal and welcoming.
There are 14 rounds made up of seven Hillclimbs and seven Sprints. Final championship positions are based on the best eight results from the fourteen events and a minimum of two of the best eight must be from either the Hillclimb or Sprint events completed (i.e., six Hills and two Sprints or vice-versa)
The Championship is organised into four power-based classes covering the various models. It’s a structure that has regularly produced close and exciting competition with very different cars often ending the day just tenths (or less!) of a second apart.
The technical side of the regulations can appear a little daunting to the new competitor. The best advice is to always ask if you are unsure about any aspect. If you have a car that will satisfy the road legal requirements do ensure your insurers are aware of changes made.
If the regulations don’t say you can do something always ask before assuming it’s ok, it often isn’t the case!
Regulations and Registration forms will appear under the relevant areas below and more information will arrive in due course.
If you have any questions at all, please do ask. Hope to see you out there!