Video: Porsche Owners Club Fontana Triple Crown Event

Cars, Features I By Peter Nelson I September 24, 2019

Photo: POC Facebook Page

Porsche Owners Club recently uploaded a great video from their Triple Crown event earlier this month at Autoclub Speedway in Fontana, CA. The production is excellent, as is the demonstration of it’s racers’ passion and background. Hats off to them for putting on a big event in the late-Summer, when San Bernardino County heat is no joke.

The Roval at Auto Club Speedway is a tough track: it’s hard on brakes, the infield is really flat, and turns 16 – 20 can be tough to carve a good line through while bunched up (and its right before the oval, so exit speed is everything). Check out this footage from Vision Motorsports to get an idea of the track layout.

Scope out the video from POC below, or find it here:

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