Last month we competed in the penultimate round of the Restoracing Championship 2019 at Snetterton circuit.
Our driver Sam displayed extraordinary racing skills as he battled with the challenging driving conditions due to the bad weather. He achieved fourth position in Race 1 and seventh position in Race 2 for himself and the team.
The team is now looking forward to the Restoracing Championship final which will be held at Oulton Park on 31 August.
We would like to thank everyone for their support throughout the season, whether it be trackside or via our social media channels. We hope you can join us at Oulton Park to cheer the team on during the final race weekend.
Photography credit: Dan Bathie.
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