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Success for Strasse at Brands


4 cars, 4 races, 1 overall win, 4 podium finishes, and 1 fastest lap makes for a hugely successful weekend for Team Strasse.

An action-packed weekend of Porsche racing at Brands Hatch Dutch festival delivered hugely-competitive racing in rounds five to eight of the Porsche Club Championship, Ross Morris in the PCM Midlands Class 2 Boxster 987 landed on the podium three times taking two second places and one win over the weekend of 6th and 7th July. To say his future is bright is an understatement.

Ross Morris: “Finishing fourth in race one, the podiums and the first place finish has really helped me this weekend with the championship points and with Clarke and Trevor not having a good weekend it really helped me but the racing this weekend has been top notch, all the drivers have given me plenty of space despite everyone been quick, It’s been a great weekend”.

Chris Dyer’s start to the weekend did not go to plan suffering front end damage to the Class 1 Millers Oils Cayman S in race one, despite this little set back the team soon had the car fixed and ready for the remaining races. The hard work payed off with Dyer taking a fourth and fifth place in races two and three finishing the weekend off on a high with a second place in race four.

Chris Dyer: It’s been a pretty decent weekend. I didn’t start off too well with the incident in race one I started 8th and finished 8th but then I got better throughout the weekend. Sunday’s last race was mega so I’m very happy with the weekend I have a little accident damage to repair but apart from that I’m really pleased”.

Pete Morris in the Class one PCM Midlands 997 battled hard throughout the weekend collecting valuable points taking a fourth and fifth place finish in races one and two and a fifth place in race four. Morris did live up to his nickname “Podium Pete” by taking a third-place finish in race three.

Pete Morris: “ Four races a double weekend of points to score, we had to be careful in the first couple of races to make sure we got points for the team, all the cars finished each race and with four podiums and a race win its great for the team”.

Andy Toon in the EPC Electrolytic Plating Porsche 996 C2 was unlucky not to get a podium placement just missing out in race four, Toon had performed brilliantly over the weekend finishing in a strong sixth, eighth and seven place in the other three races.

Andy Toon ”it’s very clear now that it’s all about qualifying what was it, one second between the top ten cars during the qualifying sessions. When we are all at race pace we are running at the same speeds. The first races went good nice and speedy and i kept out of trouble, Sundays race I made two better starts and kept up with the leaders, I tried so hard to get the third spot in the last race but I just did not manage it, the car was fantastic and the team and the backup where fantastic too.

It was a hectic weekend of racing that resulted in a total of seventeen DNF’s. Luckily all the Strasse drivers managed to avoid all the major incidents taking valuable team points. Ross Morris now leads the Class two championship with only four points separating him and the overall championship leader with eight of the fourteen races on the season now complete. In class one all the Strasse drivers are now in the top five championship standings.

4 cars, 4 races, 1 overall wins, 4 podium finishers and 1 fastest lap = 1 amazing weekend for Team Strasse. We not only thank the drivers but the entire team working long hours in the paddock to support our stable of cars on the track and up front.


Race report and photos: Paul Holroyd of