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Reigning Porsche Carrera Cup GB ProAm champion Seb Perez will mount a double competitive campaign this season, driving a 1977 Amigos Porsche 911 rally car in European historic stage rallies whilst making a return to the Cup behind the wheel of a 911 GT3. Read More »

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Porsche Carrera Cup GB rookie Seb Perez rounded off last weekend’s Donington Park meeting (28th/29th April) in style by taking his Amigos Tequila Beer backed 911 GT3 to a podium spot in the ProAm category.

After contact on the first turn, an early race spin sent him tumbling down the pack but the Chesterfield ace stormed from the back to grab second ProAm contender. Perez’ result was a highlight for the Amigos Team Parker Racing Team after a tough weekend at the Midlands circuit. Read More »

Nationwide Accident Repair Services heads to Donington Park for rounds three and four of the Porsche Carrera Cup GB season as Dino Zamparelli aims to extend his Championship lead, while Dan Cammish aims to build on his opening three races in the British Touring Car Championship.

25-year old Bristolian Zamparelli ran away from the PCCGB field despite wet conditions during race one in Kent, opening up over a 10-second lead before slowing his pace to ensure the win. With race two being the series’ first reverse-grid event, Dino started fifth and carefully climbed to third, bringing home valuable points. Read More »

The Amigos backed Porsche Carrera Cup GB duo of George Gamble and Seb Perez kicked off their 2018 season in style, with Gamble taking an inaugural series victory in the final race at Brands Hatch last weekend (7th/8th April).

Despite only his second ever Carrera Cup race, Nottingham based Gamble stormed to victory in race two from fourth place on the grid, beating many more experienced Pro drivers in the process. Read More »

Nationwide Accident Repair Services returns to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB for the 2018 season, extending their run as the most successful sponsor in the history of the series. This year the UK’s leading and largest complete automotive repair services group will team up with 25-year old Dino Zamparelli in his quest for the title. Read More »

SONY DSCOur first visit to Oulton Park and a our first sampling of the BTCC since 2002, live that is. Jason Plato (MG6) qualified on pole for the first race but had issues pre-race which meant he did not start the 1st race. So it became a battle of the Honda Civic’s with Matt Neal winning race 1 from Andrew Jordan with Rob Collard (BMW 320i) back in third. In race 2 Gordon Shedden took the honours from Jordan once more with Plato making a superb return from the back of the grid, to take the final podium spot. The 3rd and final race of the day never really got going, marred by multiple safety car periods. In the end Neal won from Plato with Tom Onslow-Cole (BMW 320i) in 3rd. Read More »