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It’s no picnic in the Park for Team Strasse



Pete Morris and Chris Dyer closed out there most noteworthy weekend to date with a fifth and fourth place finish at Oulton Park in class one for rounds Nine and Ten of the Porsche Club GB Championship, the team where short on numbers with both Andy Toon and Hugo Holmes unable to make the journey to Oulton Park.
After two third places in the last outings at Croft Dyer in the Cayman S started well for race one and was soon on the pace and looking strong for a podium finish, unfortunately a lose brake duct forced Dyer to dive into the pits to remove the offending item, by the time the car left the pits he was down a lap. Dyer now had to fight his way back to gain valuable points charging forward  Dyer was soon picking off class two competitors one by one eventually finishing in seventh place overall. Pete Morris in the Porsche 996 C2 got off to a good start and was soon up to fourth place but was unable to fend off price who eventually took the spot off  Morris crossing the finish line in Fifth place.

In class two Ross Morris in the Boxster s finished in a well-deserved third place after a lengthy hard fought battle with Lewis. David Botterill in the Porsche 964 C2 took fifth in class after losing out to Seagrave on the final laps of the race.

In race two Pete Morris made a fantastic start moving up into second place with Dyer in fifth and looking for a way past Peter Erceg who was in fourth place. Morris was defiantly on the pace and was soon looking for a way past McAleer in the lead. Morris soon after had to ease off the pace once again with engine temperature problems, a problem that later in the race forced him to retire from the race. Dyer was now in fourth and was putting Erceg under immense pressure. Fluid dropped by team mate Ross Morris slowed the field down and with only two laps to go Dyer unfortunately fell foul of the oily conditions and spun off and had to battle to keep the car from hitting the barriers. He managed to keep the car straight and he re-joined the race track but had lost a lot of time finishing the race in fourth place.

In class two Ross Morris was involved in a thrilling battle between him, Paul Seagrave and Trevor Lewis who were all battling for third spot. Young Morris, showing huge potential, battled hard to take the third place finish with David Botterill taking sixth place in class.



Chris Dyer, number 4: Professional / Millers Oil Cayman S

 

Professional / Millers Oil Cayman S: bad luck and disappointing day, we will have to go away and see what the damage is to the engine it could be doubtful for the last round at Castle Combe

 


Pete Morris, number 2: PCM Midlands Porsche 996 C2

 

It’s been a disappointing season but we’ve had some good years. The engine felt strong but we were still a second or two off the pace and then the brake servo failed, it got a bit hairy so instead of trying to kill myself I thought it best to bring the car into the pits.



Ross Morris No 3 PCM Midlands Cayman 2.7

 

I have not raced the full GP circuit before so I was still learning during qualifying. Race one went well but again I was still learning my way round the track. Race two I would have been happier if it had  kept raining.

 

Andy Toon No 1EPC Electrolytic Plating Porsche 996 C2

 

I kept out of trouble, I have never driven the car in the wet before so it was about keeping it safe and keeping the pace with the rest of the field. I’m happy the car drove well we were on the pace and once again great team support.