Porsche Classics at the Castle - Sunday 3rd September

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Classics at the Castle will take place on Sunday, 3rd September at Hedingham Castle. This year will again see the presentation of an appreciation of all the classic ‘KG’ Porsches that has been at the heart of the event over the last 10 years, but with a move away from the undeniably spectacular but ultimately more ‘corporate’ feel of recent years.

The 2017 edition will be aiming for a return to the ‘meeting of friends with a passion for Porsche’ scenario of the early iterations. Consequently for 2017 the moving parades will be replaced with a static chronological presentation on the long driveway to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the advent of the 911S in 1967. This will be one of the most complete line-ups of the 911S in this anniversary year, and will give visitors the opportunity to get close to the cars and their owners.

It will include all the models in the ‘S’ production spectrum, including those built in the Porsche AG period until the ‘S’ designation was deleted. There are some really special cars pencilled in, including two rare right-hand-drive S models from 1967– 2.2-litre ‘S’ and ‘S’ Sport and the ex Vic Elford 2.4-litre car.

Contact can be made with Fred Hampton by emailing 356@porscheclubgb.com and for all your Porsche servicing from classics to the latest models visit our Fixed Price Service Menu  on the Precision Porsche website.

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79 year-old woman caught doing 147 mph in Porsche Boxster GTS

A 79 year-old lady was caught doing 147 mph in her Porsche Boxster GTS recently, when she went for a midnight drive when she couldn't sleep. Wanting to doze off and not being unable to sleep can drive you mad. In the case of one 79-year-old woman in Namur, Belgium, it drove her to go 147 mph in her Porsche Boxster GTS and get nicked in a speed trap. When she appeared in court this month her reasoning for going so fast was "I couldn't sleep."
The lady was forced to pay a 4,000 euro fine and now faces a three-month driving ban. Bad luck, good choice of car. Talk to us about servicing and looking after your Porsche Boxster GTS.

Spotted - Facelifted Porsche Macan due out next year

Porsche is gearing up for an SUV product offensive with an all-new Cayenne due by the end of the year, while spy shots also reveal that a coupe-styled Cayenne is currently under consideration. These brand new spy shots reveal that Porsche’s smaller offering – the Macan – won’t be left out. It’s three years old, and is due a facelift.

The Macan has become a core part of Porsche’s line-up since launching in 2014, rapidly rising to become the brand’s bestseller. In 2016 Porsche delivered 237,778 cars globally - 95,642 of that figure accounted for by the Macan.

At Precision Porsche we look after a number of these great cars so please contact us for all your servicing and maintenance requirements and check out our Fixed Price Servicing page for the Porsche Macan.

The most powerful street-legal 911 unveiled by Porsche

New 2018 911 GT2 RS with 700 hp, rwd, race-bred chassis, and rear axle steering. 

The fastest and most powerful street-legal 911 model ever made is ready for launch from Porsche: The 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS celebrated its official world premiere at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. At the heart of this is a monster 700-horsepower twin-turbo flat-six engine. Weighing in at 3,241 pounds, the lightweight two-seater accelerates from 0 to 60  in 2.7 seconds. The new 911 GT2 RS can reach a top speed of 211 mph and it surpasses the 2011 911 GT2 RS by 80 horses The 2018 911 GT2 RS delivers 553 lb.-ft. of torque, an increase of 37 lb.-ft. compared to the previous 911 GT2 RS. When you get yours, we'll be happy to look after it for you at Precision Porsche.

Timo Bernhard leads Porsche to third straight Le Mans 24 Hours triumph

So often the stage for dramatic changes in fortune, this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours was, even by the usual standards, a positively operatic theatrical. After act after act of calamity, when the final curtain fell, the form book had been dismissed and the winning No2 Porsche of Timo Bernhard, Earl Bamber and Brendon Hartley had performed a comeback of remarkable proportions that reminded everyone that this race, more than any other, is not over until the clock has counted off the final seconds of motor racing’s longest day.

The win is Porsche’s third in a row at Le Mans, a hugely impressive achievement, given that they only returned to the top LMP1 racing in 2014 and their 19th at the 24-hour race – the most successful manufacturer at the race. But it was also an achievement for the individuals behind the wheel of the 919 Hybrid.

911UK Porsche Awards Winner

The Annual 911UK Porsche Awards - the original Porsche Awards that awards excellence in the Porsche UK Industry - are an open public vote that includes judged categories from an expert panel of industry judges. Their aim is to recognise excellence and the achievements from across the UK to ensure consumers deal with 1st class companies as part of their Porsche ownership. And we got a Silver. Well chuffed and thanks to everyone who voted for us.

Happy New Year from Precision Porsche

Open Tuesday 3rd January. 8.00 am

We  would like to thank all our customers old and new for your support in 2016.  We met some fantastic people, worked on some great projects and some truly stunning Porsches. 

We strive hard to provide a personal and professional service and are always looking for ways that we can improve.  We welcome your feedback good or bad by clicking link below. 


The UK 911 Porsche Awards, award excellence in the Porsche Industry. They are an open public vote that includes categories that are judged by an expert panel of industry judges. The aim of these awards to recognise excellence and achievements from across the UK to ensure that customers deal with first-class companies as part of their Porsche ownership. 

If you have been happy with the service you have received from Precision, we would be very grateful if you could take a minute to vote for us by visiting The Link below.


2017 will be a busy year, with many new customers venturing into Porsche ownership and we look forward to welcoming them to Precision.  There will be our popular 'Cars'n Coffee' meet in the spring as well as a 'hog-roast' meet in the summer which will include free Porsche health-checks and a chance to meet the Precision team, so watch out for those.

Dates to be annonced on our website and Facebook pages soon. 

In the meantime, we wish you all a very happy Christmas and New Year.  Stay safe on the roads and  we look forward to seeing you in 2017.