The final round of this season’s Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship took place on Saturday 31 August, at Oulton Park International race circuit in Cheshire.
Starting the day in third place, our driver was James Cannon. After a difficult qualifying round, our car started the first race from 13th position on the grid. In driving rain, James fought hard to finish in fifth place. For the second race the car started in 11th place and finished in 6th place.
The points James accumulated from Oulton Park ensured that our team were able to hold onto third place in the overall 2019 Championship.
Gary Sorrell our Group Aftersales Manager, commented ‘This season has exceeded our expectations. We have been racing against some experienced drivers and we are really proud of how our amateur team has performed throughout this long season.’
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our team, our Porsche Recommended Repairer Lancaster Body Repair Centre Witham, and our customers for the continued support and enthusiasm throughout the 2019 Restoracing Championship!
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