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Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli


  • Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli Race 13
    (17 Laps):

    1 Mark McAleer (996 C2);
    2 Craig Wilkins (996 C2) +1.556s;
    3 Kevin Harrison (996 C2);
    4 Peter Morris (996 C2);
    5 Mike Johnson (996 C2);
    6 Chris Dyer (Cayman S);
    7 David Botterill (964 C2);
    8 Steve Cheetham (Boxster S);
    9 Andy Toon (Boxster S);
    10 Tim Speed (968 CS).

    Class Winners: McAleer; Botterill. Fastest Lap: McAleer, 1m 31.575s (83.53mph).

  • Race 14 (17 Laps):

    1 Morris;
    2 McAleer +0.532s;
    3 Harrison;
    4 Johnson;
    5 Dyer;
    6 Speed;
    7 Toon;
    8 Hugo Holmes (968 CS);
    9 Jonathan Evans (Boxster S);
    10 Paul Seagrave (Boxster S).

    Class Winners: Morris; Speed. Fastest Lap: McAleer 1m 31.604s (83/51mph).

    Fuel Protect Porsche Club Championship with Pirelli, Provisional Final Points (best 12 scores from 14 races):

    Class One:
    1 Pete Morris 390
    2 Craig Wilkins 338
    3 Kevin Harrison 337
    4 Mark McAleer 313
    5 Mike Johnson 305
    6 Chris Dyer 300

    Class Two:
    1 Tim Speed 375
    2 Jonathan Evans 370
    3 David Botterill 331
    4 Andy Toon 325
    5 Steve Cheetham 321
    6 Jake McAleer 253

    Class Three:
    1 John Gilmore 153
    2 James Cameron 103


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Champion Elect

Team Strasse’s Pete Morris secured the 2015 Porsche Club Championship GB title with his eleventh top-three finish of the season after a characteristically impressive drive to first place at Croft North Yorkshire in the second race of the day. The Tamworth driver got off to a good start and managed to stay out of trouble to ensure he retained the Drivers’ Championship crown for the second year in a row. The Team also secured the Team Championship title again for the second year in a row thanks to impressive drives from Team mates David Botterill, Andy Toon, Chris Dyer and Hugo Holmes who for the first time this season secured a podium finish in race two.


Pete Morris started strong and topped the timing screens in the PCM Midlands Porsche 997 but had to settle for third after losing out to Craig Wilkins and Mark McAleer on the last three laps. The Croft circuit is Dave Botterill’s home track and his vast experience was put to good use when he dominated the class two timings to take pole – and seventh overall – in the Strasse 964 C2, Hugo Holmes was the fastest of the 968s in the Freeman Jewellers Porsche and Andy Toon in the EPC Electrolytic Plating Boxster qualified third. Chris Dyer placed the Millers Oils Cayman S in seventh place.

Race One

Morris slotted in to fourth place on the first lap knowing that he had to keep it clean and safe and not take any unnecessary risks on the first few laps.
Morris’s championship rival, Class Two point’s leader Evans went wide with an ABS problem on the first lap dropping to the rear of the field giving Morris breathing space in the championship title race.
Morris was looking for a safe way into third but also had to defend his place with a strong looking Mike Johnson who was on the tail pipes of Morris. Holmes got the upper hand on team mate Botterill in Class two and was looking strong to take his first class two win of the season but unfortunately Holmes was unaware that he was losing brake fluid after an incident with a class one car in the early part of the race forcing him to retire with only two laps to go.

Morris finished the race in fourth place meaning that the championship title would be finalised in the very last race of the season. Chris dyer crossed the finish line in sixth place just ahead of Botterill who took the class two win and firmly securing the team championship and taking his second class win of the season. Andy Toon in only his second outing in the new Boxster put in an impressive race to take third place in class two.

Race Two

This was it, all to play for, Morris knew he had to keep it clean and hopefully finish on the podium to secure his second championship title. The lights went green and Morris made a fantastic dream start launching himself into the lead heading into the first corner and by half way around the North Yorkshire circuit  he was in a comfortable six second lead.

David Botterill lead the field in class two but on lap two Cheetman ran into the back of Botterill mounting his car and ripping the back arch apart puncturing the right rear tyre forcing Botterill into the pits. The team worked hard to bend back the arch that was folded in so far that they were not able to remove the wheel, meanwhile Andy Toon had taken the class two lead with Hugo Holmes now in second. Chris Dyer had made up two places and was now in sixth place.

Morris’s six second lead was soon reduced as McAleer moved up from third to second and was now chasing down Morris. McAleer was soon within reach of Morris and both drivers battled to the end with Morris taking first and the class one and overall championship titles. Dyer finished in fifth place behind Johnson and closed out a successful third season in the Cyaman S. In class two the team had manged to change the wheel on Botterills car but it was too late to make up any positions crossing the line not classified, Andy Toon took first place with Hugo Holmes securing is first podium finish of the season in second place.


Pete Morris No 1 PCM Midlands Porsche 996

No 1 PCM Midlands Porsche 996: To win two on the bounce is awesome, I had a problem at Oulton Park but the team managed to get me out for the s    econd race to keep the championship alive I knew I had all to do in the second race. McAleer came on strong at the end which I knew he would but I knew I could block him. He made me work very hard in the final laps but we did it, I have to say “we” because we won it has a team”.

Chris Dyer No 9 Porsche Cayman S

I got a mega start and was up on the back of Harrison with Moudi on the back of me, all three of us were sat nose to tail. I saw the last lap board and I knew where I was stronger so coming into the last corner I manged to take him on the inside and out dragged him to the line. In the second race I gambled with old tyres a gamble that that did not pay off, the car felt awful plus the cooling light came on.

David Botterill No 8 Strasse 964 Carrera two

No 8 Strasse 964 Carrera two: I should be happy I came here wanting to get a clean sweep, I won race one so decent result. In race two I got a good start heading into the first corner, there was a coming together and the Boxster mounted my car unfortunately that resulted in a puncture but we manged to pull out the body work and change the tyre. I knew that the race was over but I thought that I would be cheeky and try and get the fastest lap but is was not to be, but we got the team championship so a good result all round.

Andy Toon No 4 EPC Electrolytic Plating Boxster S


No 4 EPC Electrolytic Plating Boxster S: Fabulous weekend really pleased two races two podiums, third in the first race and a first in the second. I pushed that little bit harder in the second race I am really happy with the handling of the car fabulous weekend.

Hugo Holmes No 24 Porsche 968CS


No 24 Freeman Jewellers Porsche 968 CS: I am so please with race two I got a great start, there was mayhem in the first corner with all the class one cars spinning all over the place. I nearly smashed into the back of Chris we both went off wide, I went from first to fourth but I managed to claw my way back to third. I had so many technical issues in race one so I backed off and settled for third.