On Sunday 7 May, the Porsche Club GB (Kent Region) attended "Motors by the Moat" event at Leeds Castle, near Maidstone.
The "Show & Shine" competition entrants were given prime position alongside the moat to be judged by member vote. There were 28 vehicles entered in two classes: Class One for Porsche cars pre-993 model and Class Two for cars from model 996 onwards. The winners were as follows:
- Class One First place: 1987 930 Turbo 3.3
- Class One Second place: 1986 944 Turbo
- Class Two First place: 2010 911 Turbo
- Class Two Second place: 1995 996 C4S Cabriolet
The Porsche Club GB (Kent Region) attend many events across the country and welcome new members. If you’re interested in joining the club, please call 01732 361222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be delighted to help.
Thank you to Trevor Smith for photography at the event.
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