Oulton Park Porsche Track Day RS Owners

Great fun on the Easytrack RS track day at Oulton Park today. After a misty start, the sun came out and the afternoon was epic. I was the last to leave: they closed the gates behind me!

Alisdair Cusick and I captured the day for Total 911 magazine. The piece is part of a short series of articles planned to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Porsche 964 RS.

Tons of friends, old and new at Oulton today. Have almost lost my voice from talking, and that is unusual for me! Not just 964s, 993s and 996/997s present either; lots of cars turned out, including a good showing of impactbumpers.com amigos. Passenger wristbands were priced at £15 a head, with all the money going to Muscular Dystrophy and the Woodland Trust.

This was one of my favourite 964s of the day: Ninemeister’s new Cup Car. Ended up (unharmed) in the kitty litter, but what a lovely little 911. My other favourite was a German 964 RS on BBS LMs: a seriously cool car. By the time I had a minute to take some pics and track down the owner, it had disappeared.

My Leica started playing up at the track, hope it’s nothing serious but I missed a few shots when it refused to fire. Then the Landcruiser developed a charging problem on the way home. As these things are said to come in threes, I wonder what the grand finale will be, especially if they are arriving in order of expense.

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