Porsche Centre Wilmslow travelled to Donington over the Easter weekend to take on the first Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship race of the 2019 season.
Parts Manager Alistair Nelson got behind the wheel of our Richard Atwood liveried Boxster 986 taking sixth position in qualifying and fourth in the first race.
After starting from sixth position in the second race, Alistair had a fantastic drive, taking third place for a podium finish. Albert Walsh, chairman of motorsport for Porsche Club GB, presented Alistair with his trophy.
Well done to Alistair and the team for their hard work getting the car ready, and thank you to all our supporters for attending the races and showing their support through our social media channels.
We are now looking forward to Brands Hatch on 4 May, where Porsche-trained Technician Sam Beckett will take to the wheel for his first ever race in the Restoracing Championship. Good luck Sam!
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