We’ve finally recovered from a fun filled weekend at the Porsche Club Race at Sebring. Our two new Spec Boxster builds were completed in record time. Topher Everett piloted his red #29 to a victory in the fun race – his first PCA race weekend in his new car with an awesome graphics scheme a la Porsche. We copied his livery for our black #84 shop car, with Todd Lamb taking the win in the enduro in our other new build. PCA puts on very fun, laid back events, catered to the customers (drivers). Race with us or stop by our paddock at the upcoming Road Atlanta PCA race April 1-2.
Video from the enduro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-l59J5GKJ8
Topher’s writeup on the weekend: http://www.racinggearreviews.com/blog/2017/2/8/spec-boxster-battle
We’ve just received a Porsche donor car for a Spec Boxster build. This car will be built to PCA Club Racing rules, which restrict the modifications to the car much like Spec Miata. We will strip the car, cage it, install new suspension components and lots of extra coolers, and then it will be campaigned in the SPB (Spec Boxster) class at PCA/NASA events. It will also be able to run in SCCA and PBOC, so we expect plenty of track time for the car. The fields are upwards of 30 cars at some events. Cost will be around $45k for a full build. We plan to build 3 of these over the winter, so if you’re interested get your order in ASAP.
Atlanta Speedwerks’ latest build is in progress – a 1999 Spec Miata. We have stripped the tub and completed the cage in-house. The car is in the paint booth and will begin assembly early next week, complete with our in-house Speedshift Transmission, East Street engine, and AiM system among other go-fast parts. The car will make its debut at the June Sprints in Elkhart Lake, WI with our very own Todd Lamb behind the wheel to defend his June Sprints win from 2014.
Now is the time to begin planning for next season. We have a growing list of builds for next season. Reserve your place in line today!