On Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 July, the Porsche Centre Nottingham Restoracing Team headed to Brands Hatch to participate in the third round of the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019.
Round three took place at the Brands Hatch Indy circuit as part of the annual Dutch Fest. The Restoracing Championship was split over two days, with our driver Wayne taking part in Saturday's race. Wayne displayed some fantastic driving which secured him third place and his third podium finish of the season.
Porsche-trained Gold Technician Wayne commented ‘I’m so pleased to have achieved my third podium of the 2019 season for Porsche Centre Nottingham, thank you to the rest of the team for making this possible for us!’
On Sunday, it was Ashley White’s turn to compete in the championship. Difficult conditions meant Ashley struggled in qualifying and started both races 14th on the grid. However, his exceptional driving skills meant he finished race one in ninth place and overtook seven race cars to come seventh in race two.
Thank you to the Porsche Centre Nottingham Restoracing team for another fantastic result.
We look forward to round four at Snetterton 300 Circuit on Saturday 27 July.
Porsche Centre Nottingham's Restoracing team was recently interviewed by breakfast presenter Mark Dennison on BBC Radio Nottingham, where they explained all about the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship. The interview is available to listen to on the BBC Sounds app.
Visit our Restoracing page to find out more about the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship.
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