Porsche Centre Bolton recently enjoyed another successful weekend at the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019, this time at Brands Hatch.
Our driver for the weekend was Josh and this was his first race in the car this year, after winning the Restoracing Championship last year.
On Saturday, Josh came first in class. Whilst qualifying on Sunday - the main race day - Josh noticed a lack in power so our team of Porsche-trained Technicians got straight to work to make sure the car was in optimum condition, ready for the two races of the day. Through the team's efforts and Josh's determination, he achieved two third place finishes and took his spot on the podium for both races. It is safe to say that Josh hasn't lost his touch from last year!
We are proud of the entire team for keeping the car race ready over the entire weekend and for all their cheering trackside. We are also extremely proud of Josh and his incredible driving skills.
The next Restoracing Championship race will be held at Snetterton on Saturday 27 July, where Mike will take back the driving seat for the penultimate race of the 2019 Restoracing Championship. The team at Porsche Centre Bolton would like to wish Mike and the team the best of luck.
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