On Saturday 27 July, the Porsche Centre Nottingham Restoracing Team headed over to Snetterton Racing Circuit in Norfolk for round four of the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019.
The constant rain in the morning made conditions on the track difficult for all the Restoracing Teams. Wayne drove to the best of his ability in race one and secured a fifth place finish. The rain cleared for race two, and the track conditions completely changed. It was a dry race with plenty of action up and down the field, Wayne and the Boxster lost a couple of positions but managed to claw one back towards the end of the race to come home with another top ten finish and crossed the line in eighth place.
Porsche-trained Gold Technician, Wayne commented ‘The track conditions for both races were extremely challenging which meant holding positions was difficult for everyone, but I’m happy to come away with two top 10 finishes again!’
Porsche Centre Nottingham currently sit in fifth place overall.
The final race of this year's Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship will be taking place at Oulton Park on Saturday 31 August.
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