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Strasse Motorsport 2014


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Strasse motorsport results 2014



Baylis & Harding Porsche Club Championship


  • Round 14:

    1 Pet Morris (996 C2)
    2 Mark Sumpter (964 C2) +12.159s
    3 Tom Bradshaw (996 C2)
    4 Adrian Slater (964 C2)
    5 John McCullagh (Boxster S)
    6 Richard Ellis (993 C2)
    7 Kevin Harrison (996 C2)
    8 Paul Winter (996 C2)
    9 Chris Dyer (Cayman S)
    10 Jonathan Evans (Boxster S)
    Class Winners: Morris, Andy Toon (968 CS)
    John Williams (Carrera RS)
    Fastest Lap: Bradshaw 51.335s (84.71mph)

  • Round 15:

    1 Sumpter
    2 Mark McAleer (96 C2) +0.739s
    3 Slater
    4 Ellis
    5 Winter
    6 Morris
    7 Evans
    8 Harrison
    9 David Botterill (964 C2)
    10 Dyer
    Class Winners: Sumpter; Ings
    Williams. Fastest Lap: Morris 51.988s (83.64mph)

    Round 16:

    1 Morris
    2 McAleer +0.325s
    3 Sumpter
    4 Slater
    5 Winter
    6 Ellis
    7 Harrison;
    8 Dyer
    9 McCullagh
    10 Botterill
    Class Winners: Morris; Ings; Wiliams
    Fastest lap: Morris 51.501s (84.43mph)


Auto Fuel Fix Trophy Challenge

  • 1 Cowne / Cowne (997 GT3 Cup)
    2 Dave Whelan (993 RSR)  +41.742s
    3 Poels / Abbring (964 RS)
    4 Luke Johnson (944 S2)
    5 David Botterill (944 Turbo)
    6 Stephens / Taylor (Boxster S)
    7 Ed van Heusden (964 RS)
    8 Demetriou / Evans (Boxster S)  
    9 Guess / Dietz (968 CS)
    10 Eric in den Bosh (944 S2)
    Class Winners: Cowne / Cowne; Demetriou / Evans; Johnson. Fastest Lap:  Cowne / Cowne 51.687s (84.12mph)


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Morris Takes Drivers Championship: Strasse take Team Championship honours

Three dramatic races in front of the large crowd at the Festival of Porsche saw Strasse Pilot Pete Morris crowned the overall Baylis & Harding Porsche Club Champion with Pirelli champion for 2014, the Tamworth racer winning two races in his Strasse-tended 996 C2 to wrap up the title. Twice a class champion in previous seasons, Morris arrived at Brands Hatch having never finished outside the top three overall in a race this season, and while he lost that record with a sixth place finish in race two, scored enough points to seal the 2014 title.

Race One

Morris was on pole for race one but didn’t make the best of starts, Bradshaw moving ahead with Sumpter into second and Morris recovering to third by the end of the first lap. Morris passed Sumpter on lap three as Bradshaw pulled clear at the front, Adrian Slater fourth heading a five car train battling for position.

The race changed with seven laps to go as Bradshaw’s pace slowed, his 996 losing power, Morris closing and going past on lap 25. Richard Ellis in the Strasse 993 C2 finished in a respectable sixth place to add valuable points to the team who were also on target for claiming the Team Championship for 2014. Chris Dyer in the Cayman S had to start a little further down the grid after a puncture faulted his qualifying time, despite the lower grid position Dyer was putting in decent lap times coming home in ninth place. David Botterill in the 964 C2 crossed the line in twelfth place.

In Class two it Ings who took pole but Ings soon pulled off after the green flag lap with a driveshaft failure, Andy Toon in the Strasse 968 CS took the class win again adding vaulble team points to the championship. Hugo Holmes in the second Strasse 968 CS took fifth.

Race Two

With Bradshaw’s engine issues proving terminal, Morris had the front row to himself for race two, but was swamped by the Paragon 964 C2s of Sumpter and Slater at the start to drop to third, Mark McAleer then going past to nudge the points leader further down the order. Morris fought his way back up to second, passing McAleer at Druids on lap 10, and was then right with the leader.

A look into Sumpter at Paddock Hill Bend on lap 13 saw Morris slide, the car then going the other way and spinning off, dropping him down the order. Sumpter went onto win from McAleer and Slater, while Morris recovered up the order, after a clash with John McCullagh at Druids, to take sixth.

Chris Dyer put in a strong performance but unable to find a way past the midfield battle finishing in tenth place, just ahead of Dyer was Botterill who took ninth place in the 964 C2. Richard Ellis battled hard to take fourth place and guaranteeing the team championship for Strasse.

In Class two Andy Toon was not able to continue his winning streak, unfortunately for Toon after leading the class two pack for most of the and was looking to take his second win of day had to pull off with only one lap to go with a head gasket failure. Hugo Holmes in the second 968 CS took fourth place.


Race Three

Sumpter was on pole for the final race of the season with Morris down in sixth on the grid, and at the start the pole man led away with McAleer behind and Slater third, but by lap two Slater was second with Paul Winter third, Morris up to fifth behind McAleer.

Morris continued his charge up the order, taking the lead by going inside Sumpter at Druids on lap 15, and going on for his second win of the day and clinching the Title. Richard Ellis finished the season off with a sixth place finish with Dyer once again taking ninth place after an entertaining battle with Keven Harrison. Botterill was not far behind crossing the line in tenth place.

With Andy Toon not able to race due the a terminal engine problem from race two It was down to Hugo Holmes to take on the class two challenges, Holmes who has improved all season placed is 968 in fifth place.

Peter Morris

Well what can I say I don’t know if to laugh or cry  I’m over the moon, what can I say, I’ve been trying to win this championship for long enough! I knew I needed two first places today, and it was a bit unnerving when I had the issues in race two and finished off the podium for the first time. “It’s been a lot of effort and hard work, I have won the class twice but never taken the overall title before, but if you are going to win a title then winning from sixth on the grid isn’t bad. I kept the tyres cool for the first ten minutes then pushed on. “It’s been a great year in a great championship. EMC have built me a great engine, it just sings to me in the car, and Strasse have done me proud looking after the car what more can I want.

Andy Toon

It’s been a mixed bag of results today, the first race I came over the race in first, but I had a terrible start for race two the car slipped out of gear and ended up last but I fought my way into the front but with about four laps to go I noticed the temperature going up and I had lost the ABS and I was just trying to maintain the lead but only half a lap to go the engine just let go it would have nice to have three wins but it’s been a great weekends racing and I have enjoyed the season with Strasse

Richard Ellis

A brilliant end to the season, manly for Strasse and Pete taking the championship that’s what this weekend’s been all about, I was pleased with my own performance I was on the pace and I had some very good battles in both race one and two. In race three my tyres were shot but seeing Pete take the championship was brilliant.

Chris Dyer

I had a good clean race for the first race so we made a few changed to the suspension for race two but a took a couple of hits from one of the Boxters but I managed to finish tenth. The third race I started in tenth and to be honest was probably the best race of the weekend I had a cracking battle with Keven Harrison I just could not get past him so I had to settle for eighth place

David Botterhill

It’s been a busy day for triple header with the championship and also the competing in the forty minute race in the 944 Turbo unfortunately a tyre pressure issue put pay to a podium.

Hugo Holmes

I was really happy with qualifying and the races were really tight everyone was on the pace and it’s such a hard circuit to drive, it’s been great so fast and tight a too a fourth and two fifths so I’m really happy.