After a full-on season for the Porsche Carrera Cup GB, we are pleased to announce the success of our brand ambassador Esmee Hawkey.
This season Esmee has had some real triumphs; taking home prizes for fastest lap, 2nd place, 1st in class. After a really though fight through Saturdays qualifying rounds Esmee started 16th place for the first race on Sunday. The weather was not on anyone’s side with on and off rain and strong winds.
As the clock ticked down and Esmee fought through the laps holding her nerve over both races and with the full support of all team at Porsche South London watching from the track side; she took home second place for the Pro-Am Class. We couldn’t be happier for Esmee and her performance over the whole season.
Congratulations to Esmee and we are already looking forward to the next season in 2020.
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