Porsche Centre Wilmslow recently enjoyed another Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019 weekend at Brands Hatch, demonstrating some fantastic driving and determination from our team.
On Saturday Alistair got behind the wheel of our Porsche 986 Boxster S and, with some superb driving, managed to achieve two podium finishes - a second and a third place.
Sam Beckett took to the driving seat for the Sunday races, with some impressive driving taking him from eleventh place up to seventh in Race 1.
Race 2 was filled with a little more drama - a couple of cars made contact and coolant spilled on the track. Unfortunately Sam couldn't avoid the spillage and our car went for a spin. Sam fought through and managed to finish the race in tenth place.
Well done to our team for keeping the car race ready and thanks for everyone's support cheering on the track side.
It is now time for the team to get the car ready for the next race at Snetterton on Saturday 27 July where Sam will again take the driving seat for the penultimate race of the 2019 Porsche Classic Restoring Championship!
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