Faultless Hankey sweeps at Rockingham

Following his win at Knockhill last time out, Euan Hankey had a perfect weekend in last weekend’s Porsche Carrera Cup GB rounds at Rockingham taking two poles and two wins.

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Hankey sprints to Knockhill race two win as Meadows increases points lead

Euan Hankey hit back in the second Porsche Carrera Cup GB race at Knockhill with a comfortable win over Michael Meadows who extended the points lead that he took from race one.

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Classy Knockhill win takes Meadows to the top of the Porsche table

A thrilling Porsche Carrera Cup GB season saw yet another change at the top of the championship table as it was the turn of youngster Michael Meadows to show what he can do by winning round 12 at Knockhill in Scotland.

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Jelley does the double to move into the championship lead

Stephen Jelley did a clean sweep in the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain events at Snetterton’s new 300 circuit last weekend to steal the championship lead from James Sutton. Read the rest of this entry »


Harvey wins big on Porsche return in Nordschleife World Cup event

Tim Harvey took a spectacular win in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB segment of the Porsche Carrera World Cup event held on the toughest circuit in the world, the 16.123 mile Nurburging Nordschleife circuit in Germany.

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Sutton and Jelley win as Butcher stars in the damp

James Sutton picked up another win in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB at Oulton Park, before Stephen Jelley broke his run with victory in a damp race two that saw another more unexpected name shine.

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Tim Harvey leaves Carrera Cup, makes way for Vernon

Reigning Porsche Carrera Cup GB champion Tim Harvey has apparently made a shock announcement that he is to step down from the 2011 championship with immediate effect, as a result of feeling that the new regulations meant he felt he was “not able to compete at the same level” anymore.

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