David's love of cars and his racing pedigree from his father (Peter Brennan) led to him wanting a career working on exceptional automobiles.  This started with completing his apprenticeship at Porsche Cars Australia in Melbourne. Porsche Cars taught David that etiquette, care and passion is just as important as the mechanics of cars, all of which is required for maintaining these machines in the highest standards. 

 

 

 Mordialloc Workshop

Mordialloc Workshop

In 2004 after completing his apprenticeship, David embarked on opening a dedicated Porsche workshop in Mordialloc, Victoria. The support from Dennis at Aporschapart and drawing upon his training at Porsche, David saw his business grow. The shop saw many engine rebuilds, restorations, racing preparation and race engine building, track support and countless services: all challenges were embraced.

 

 

Family commitments led to a needed relocation in 2008, David saw an opportunity to explore the oil and gas market in Queensland. During this time he held multiple managerial roles, including managing the largest gas engine and compression rebuild facility in Australia; based in Brisbane. 

 

in 2018, and having being part of the the world of whiteboards and conference calls for some time, David missed the people, the machines and the job satisfaction of working on Porsches. He saw an opportunity to provide a transparent experience, specialising in Porsche cars - Nürburgring Mechanical was created. David will enjoy working on your car as much as you enjoy driving it.

 

 

 

 Pedaling a Lola T330 with his dad

Pedaling a Lola T330 with his dad


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