Porsche Centre Nottingham is delighted to announce that Ashley White will join Wayne Minogue in driving our restored 986 Boxster race car in the upcoming Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition Championship 2019.
This season we are enlisting the help of a second driver Ashley White to share the responsibility of racing. Ashley was a fundamental part of restoring and maintaining the 986 Boxster throughout the 2018 competition. He has plenty of experience and is currently part of Team Parker Racing, that competes in the Carrera Cup. Having recently passed his ARDS (Association of Racing Driver Schools) he is now ready for start of the season.
Wayne Minogue will also be racing the Boxster again this year, after achieving an impressive 6th place overall last year. At the 2018 Porsche Classic Restoracing Competition Awards, Porsche Centre Nottingham proudly took home the award for Best Mechanical Restoration.
Ashley commented, “Now the Boxster has had its makeover, I’m excited to get behind the wheel and race the Boxster for the first time! With the first race in just over a month I’m looking forward to kicking off the season in the best way possible for Team Nottingham!”
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