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Dyer takes win at Snetterton as team defends its championship lead


 

More points in the bag as all Team Strasse drivers finish in the top five in a weekend of Sun and rain at Snetterton dominating with one class win, three podiums and one fastest lap.


Team Strasse has successfully defended its lead in the Team championship at rounds nine and ten of the Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club Championship. Chris Dyer took his second win of the season at the wheel on the number 9 Millers Oils Porsche Cayman S in race two. In heavy rain conditions during race one Dyer was unlucky not to finish in the top three coming in a strong fourth place. While gaining valuable points for the team the results also meant that Dyer leapfrogged up into third place in the Class One driver’s championship with only fourteen points between him and the current class one leader.


Chris Dyer: I made some changes on the suspension for the first race and did not feel good and I ended up coming fourth. I had a word with the lads at JRZ and they suggested that I stiffen it back up so I did that and it felt a lot better so I’m really thankful for the team at JRZ. It was a dry race for race two so we managed to get out on slicks and I got a mega start and pressurized Clark into a mistake on the first lap and took the lead, after that it was just a case of keeping my lap consistent to take the win.


Pete Morris in the PCM Midlands number 2 Porsche 997 C2S had to defend hard to secure a second place in race one and a third place in race two, both good results that again like his team colleague moved him up one place in the drivers’ championship into second place, ten points behind the current leader.


Pete Morris: Go team Strasse! a second and a third for me! Chris took first place again, but he did have me has his wing man, when you have Pete Morris has your wing man you know that you have good chance of no one getting past you. I had to defend hard, I had a least four taps up the rear during the race but it was a good race, I’m pushing the car harder now and it’s getting better.


The number 4 EPC Electrolytic Plating Porsche 996 C2 piloted by Andy Toon claimed a fifth place finish in both races. Toon was once again unlucky not to finish on the podium. Toon was hampered by poor visibility when his car badly fogged up due to the wet conditions during race one but despite the technical problem he still managed to keep up with the front runners taking a well respected fifth place. In race two Toon was looking strong and was among the battle for third until an exchange of paintwork with a competitor but an end to his pursuit.


Andy Toon: It’s so close; we are all on the same level now and feel really comfortable with the car I think we have bonded now. Race one conditions where horrendous, it was a matter of keeping it steady and safe plus I was having problems with visibility, but I was please to come home in fifth. I was feeling a lot more confident at the start of race two and I got past a couple of cars at the start and we were all neck and neck challenging for the top spots but unfortunately I got hit in the side and that dropped me back a 100 yards and by the time I had recovered it was impossible to make that 100 yards back up so I missed out on the fight but still happy with the result.


In class two Ross Morris in the PCM Midlands number 3 Boxster 987 day did not go to plan, hoping for a podium place in both races Morris was unable to find his way past what is now one of the strongest class two driver line ups in the history of the championship for race one crossing the line in fourth place. Perhaps the fact that Morris opted not to run on new tyres for the weekend may have hampered his efforts in race two, still with the car on old rubber Morris still managed to fight his way up into third securing valuable points and not only defending his class two lead but also placing him five points clear of the overall drivers’ championship.


Ross Morris: It’s been a bit of a struggle toady I spun in race one that did not help but I managed to fight my way back into third. Race two I struggled, I’m on old tyres this weekend, I should have had new tyres to be honest but when your racing on a budget you can’t keep having new tyres on all the time. You have to work hard now in class two there are some very good drivers out there but luckily the results have gone my way this weekend so all to play for in the next rounds.


Although hampered by weather, deteriorated tyres and humid temperatures, the team was more than victorious by the end of the day, the team still holds a massive-point lead in the team’ championship. Ross Morris has extended his lead in the drivers’ championship, with Morris now on second and Dyer on third, in all a good day out.

 


Race report and photos: Paul Holroyd of Porschesport.com