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Sylatech Porsche Club with Pirelli, Donington Park, Race One:


1 Pete Morris (996 C2) 16 Laps;
2 Mark McAleer (996 C2) +0.196s;
3 Mike Johnson (996 C2);
4 Kevin Harrison (996 C2);
5 Paul Winter (996 C2);
6 Richard Ellis (996 C2);
7 Chris Dyer (Cayman S);
8 Andy Toon (Boxster S);
9 Tim Speed (968 CS);
10 Paul Seagrave (Boxster S). 

Class Winners: Morris; Toon. Fastest Lap: Ellis 1m42.408s (87.43mph).



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Team Strasse back to winning ways at Donington Park

With David Botterill in the Strasse 964 C2 and Hugo Holmes in the Freeman Jewellers Boxster S back racing this weekend the team where back to full strength for rounds nine and ten of the Porsche Club GB Championship. Pete Morris in the PCM Midlands Porcshe 996 was back on form taking both pole positions in qualifying on the Saturday morning with Andy Toon in the EPC Electrolytic Plating Boxster S taking both poles in class two.

Race one

Morris up to date had struggled with his start of the races but not today. Morris led the field heading into the first corner with McAleer in second and Johnson in third.  A mistake by Johnson and McAleer on lap two saw Chris Dyer in the Millers Oils Porsche 911 World Cayman S move up into third ahead of Ellis with McAleer fifth.
Morris was looking strong but Harrison, now in second was looking for a way past and forcing Morris to be very defensive, by now McAleer had fought his way to the front of the chasing group with Dyer dropping back down to sixth. Meanwhile in Class two Andy Toon was leading, but like team mate Morris was having to drive on the defensive with Speed breathing down his neck.
With only four laps to go Morris eased his pace and the top three where all bumper to bumper despite the best efforts from McAleer and Johnson. Morris held on to first place taking the first win of the day. Chris Dyer finished seventh with Andy Toon taking the class two win. Class two team mates David Botterill crossed the line fourth in class with Hugo Holmes taking fifth.

Race two

Once again Morris made a good getaway and was able to put a small gap between himself and Harrison, by the end of lap one the top three were a second clear. By lap three it was a six car battle but Morris was still holding onto the lead. All six cars entertained the Donington crowd but on lap fourteen the race came to an end for Winter after colliding with Johnson. At the front, Morris was still under a lot pressure from McAleer but a cool thinking Morris drove his car defensively perfect to take the second win of the day. Chris Dyer hoping for a podium finish this weekend had to Settle for sixth place.

In class two Andy Toon was looking strong to take the second win of the day leading the field with a good three seconded lead, but by lap fourteen Jake McAleer had closed the gap and was now threatening to take the lead off Toon, despite his best efforts Toon was not able to hold on and dropped into second place but Toon was not giving up and made a desperate lunge heading into the final corner that resulting in the Boxster running wide onto the grass allowing Speed to close up on him, Toon was able to keep the car under control just holding off Speeds 968 CS on a drag race to the crossing the line to take second place. David Botterill brought home the 964 fifth place in class with Hugo Holmes crossing the line in seventh place.


Pete Morris, number 1: PCM Midlands Porsche 996 C2

Two poles and two wins a great day, it was hard work, I made two cracking starts and I knew they were good starts because I had a rush of blood to the head that made me giddy like a kid. Keeping the cars behind me was hard work and i was pleased to see the chequered flag at the end of both races. The car was great, the Lads back at the Strasse shop have done a great job on the car.

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

I had a good first race and was running third but I out braked myself a few times, the GP circuit is really hard on the brakes but the car felt good. The second race the car just didn’t feel the same it wasn’t handling as well and I wasn’t happy with the way the car was.

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

A really good day, we came here looking for two good results to keep the team championship title alive and the championship title as well. We have achieved both goals today, two solid results and the car run brilliantly, it was just a shame about the tyres going off in the second race.

David Botterill Number 8 Strasse 964 C2 Porsche

It was good to be back today. I was having a small problem with the car during qualifying and race one, it wasn’t pulling right but the strasse lads had a look at it during the break and the car felt better for race two. The car is still a little tight with the new engine and it’s still a bit loud so we still have a little work to do but it’s getting there.

Hugo Holmes Number 24 Freeman Jewellers Boxster S

it’s good to be back racing, the car is much improved after changing out  the springs but next year we know we have to change out the full suspension all round. For the rest of this year we’ll stick with what we have on, the engine is fabulous it’s just the suspension that letting the car down.