As from today, the BRSCC Porsche Championship will be combining grids with the CALM All Porsche Trophy heading forwards into the 2020 season and beyond. This amalgamation will allow all drivers from both series the opportunity to take advantage of superb value two-driver races, bigger grids and meetings held at iconic circuits both here in the UK and in Europe, all while supporting the great charity CALM, who are the main title partner of this new series. The charity (full name Campaign Against Living Miserably) supports young men going through difficult times by offering vital frontline services for those suffering from depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and other mental health difficulties.
In addition, the BRSCC will also host the CALM All Porsche Trophy races at Snetterton 3rd May 2020, thereby directly supporting this great cause with a fantastic 80-minute programme.
This new series will be run by CALM All Porsche founders Philip Waters & Ryan Lowry, two men who have previously been stalwart racers in the BRSCC Porsche Championship over the last few years.
Paul McErlean – BRSCC: “This agreement presents the best possible opportunity for both cost-effective Porsche racing in the UK and of course CALM, who will benefit from the increased visibility and support for the charity. We’re delighted to be a part of the awareness and support program designed by Phil and his team.”
Philip Waters – CALM All Porsche Trophy: “This is a fantastic result for all drivers wanting to maintain a one make field of close Porsche racing. Combining the two Porsche race series will increase numbers and reduce costs for everyone involved. We’re thrilled to be working on this project with the BRSCC in support and look forward to what the 2020 season will bring.”