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Team Strasse Has Tough Race at Brands Hatch GP

Pete Morris, Chris Dyer and Andy Toon had a tough race in Saturday's Porsche Club Championship at Brands Hatch.   
Reigning champion Pete Morris in the number one PCM Midlands Porsche 996 could only manage eighth place during qualifying, Chris Dyer in the Porsche 911 World Porsche Cayman S qualified in ninth place. In class two Andy Toon currently leading the class two championship qualified third, the teams other two class two drivers Hugo Holmes and David Botterill where not present due to other race commitments.

It was Dyer who got the better start making calculated moves from the start line moving him up three places into third heading into the first corner, Morris was struggling with straight line power after having to change his engine only a few days prior to the event and was struggling to keep eighth place. On lap seven the race was stopped due to a large crash involving a number of cars.

The race again was stopped on the first lap of the re-start after another large impact this time including Dyer. Luckily despite heavy damage to the side, Dyer was able to re-join the field as they lined up for the restart for the second time. Out of the nineteen cars that started the race only fifteen where able to make the re-start.

Eventually the race finished after nearly an hour from the start with Morris taking sixth place and Dyer taking ninth. Unfortunately in class two Andy Toon in the EPC Electrolytic Plating Boxster was unable to finish after his car suffered a broken suspension arm.

The second race of the day was called off by race control as the meeting timetable looked set to overrun. 


Pete Morris, number 1: PCM Midlands Porsche 996 C2

It was a strange day today red flags all day long, our second race was abandoned and I don’t want to take any dropped scores, I need all the points I can get for the championship title. Sixth is better than nothing, I need more power from the engine but we will look forward to Donington at the next round.

Chris Dyer, number 9: Porsche 911 World Porsche Cayman S

Iit was a frustrating day I was hoping to qualify better but I got a brilliant start and was feeling good, but unfortunately on the second restart I was tangled up in the crash that took place and took some heavy damage to the side of the car but despite this I still managed to hold on to ninth place.

Andy Toon, Number 4:EPC Electrolytic Plating Porsche Boxster S

It was not what we was hoping for this weekend, I came here hoping for good things and to extend my lead. The car was running fine the problem was me during qualifying, but the race was something different I was getting dialled into it and was feeling comfortable, there was a bit of carnage but we managed to avoid any damage. On the third re-start I was feeling really on it and was hoping to take advantage and have a battle for second and first but then the suspension failed and put us out of the race.