On Saturday 31 August, the Porsche Centre Nottingham Restoracing Team headed to Oulton Park International race circuit in Cheshire for the fifth and final round of the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019.
In the final round of the season, Ashley placed sixth in race one and 12th in race two after qualifying a strong sixth position. The points Ashley accumulated from Oulton Park ensured that the Porsche Centre Nottingham Restoracing Team could hold onto fifth place in the overall 2019 Championship.
Porsche-trained Technician, Ashley, commented ‘This season has been incredible, its been such an honour to be able to race against some amazing drivers! It’s definitely an experience I’ll never forget!’
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Team, our Porsche Approved Bodyshop Chartwells and our customers for the continued support and enthusiasm through out the 2019 Restoracing Championship!
,Please visit our dedicated page to find out more about the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019
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