Saturday 20 April 2019 saw the return of the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019 at Donington Park.
Porsche-trained Technician Ashley White got behind the wheel of our Le Mans GTP 924 Boxster 986 and placed 10th in qualification. During the first race, Ashley experienced technical difficulties with the Boxster and was unable to finish. However in the second race, Ashley started in 10th position and then quickly made up time during the fast paced race and finished in 4th place.
Ashley commented, ‘I set myself a personal target for 10th in qualifying and I was very happy to have met that. It was a shame to not be able to finish the first race but I was happy to have placed 4th in the second race!’
The next race of the 2019 season is at Brands Hatch on Saturday 4 May. Wayne Minogue is set to take on the other teams for his first race of the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019.
Please speak to a member of the team on 0115 986 0911 if you would like more information on the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019.
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