The Isle of Man Region (R30) covers the Isle of Man. Although we’re smaller than most English counties, the Island is a self-governing British Crown dependency with its own laws which makes Mann rather unique and accounts for much of its special appeal. Our members drive a mix of Porsches ranging from early 911s and 944s to modern 911s and Boxsters, etc.
Since 1904, when the first Gordon Bennett Races for cars were held, and 1907, when the first Tourist Trophy race for motorcycles were held, the Isle of Man has been synonymous with motoring and motorsport. The Island offers all motoring enthusiasts the perfect blend of picturesque and ancient landscape, superb driving roads and a thoroughbred racing heritage. Contrary to popular belief, the Island does have speed restrictions but we’re fortunate that we are able to explore our cars’ performance a little more than most other Club members can - without breaking the law. And, in spite of being a small place, we have some competent independent specialists on the island that know their way around a Porsche.
With all this on our doorstep we’re luckier than most and we celebrate our good fortune by organising many events throughout the year. For example, we meet regularly for a Sunday morning run around the Island’s TT course and meet monthly at the famous Creg-na-baa (April - October) and The Liverpool Arms (November - March). We also play host to the Club’s annual Isle of Man Tour.
We aim to keep members in the Region updated through our monthly email newsletter as well as provide regular updates on our forum pages. By clicking on the links below, members can view the Region's events calendar, see what’s been happening, visit the Region's Trading Post or access our resources pages. You can also keep up to date by following us on Twitter.