Our Restoracing team travelled to Donington over the Easter weekend to take on the first race of the 2019 Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship season.
Our driver for the day was Porsche Centre Cambridge's Workshop Controller James Cannon, who also drove for us during the 2018 season. James demonstrated excellent racing skills as he moved from ninth place on the starting grid to finish seventh in race one and fifth in race two.
The second round took place at Brands Hatch on Saturday 4 May and our driver, Paul Blakesley from Lancaster Body Centre, was racing for the first time - it turned out to be ‘Super Saturday’ for him. He started ninth on the grid and finished eighth in race one, but race two was a different story altogether. Extreme weather conditions with heavy downpours caused mayhem on the track with a number of cars failing to finish, but our amazing Boxster stuck to the tarmac, taking Paul to second place for a podium place.
Thanks to our pit crew teams from Porsche Centre Cambridge and Porsche Centre East London who worked tirelessly at both meetings to keep the car safe and on the track.
We are all looking forward to the next race which is at Brands Hatch on Saturday 7 July, where Paul will take the wheel of our Boxster (986) once again.
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