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Strasse kick start delayed season with three podium finishes.


Strasse stay true to form with podium wins at the opening rounds of the Porsche Club GB Championship held at the MSV Snetterton Circuit which up to now has been delayed due to the Covid-19 crisis. Pete Morris and Ross Morris both came third in their respective classes but teammates Chris Dyer and Andy Toon where not as fortunate with Toon having to retire from both races. Dyer despite a strong performance in race one was forced to retire while in third place in race two.


On a dry track, the Strasse crew where ready and waiting to defend both their Team and Individual Championship titles. Pete Morris in the Class one Porsche 997 tackled the race from position three on the grid for race one and got off to a great start and after just one lap had moved up into second however the run for the lead was short-lived as he lost 2 places dropping down to fourth. Chris Dyer in the Porsche Cayman S who started in sixth position was held up behind the fifth-placed car, it took 5 laps before Dyer finally found a way past and the hunt was on to chase down the leading pack. Eventually after putting in some blisteringly fast laps Dyer was on the back of the leaders and putting Teammate Morris under pressure for fourth place but time was almost up and both drivers were unable to gain any extra positions with Morris crossing the line in fourth place and Dyer in fifth.


In Class two reigning Champion Ross Morris was in fine form and an impressively consistent drive through the race was pivotal to claiming a well-earned third place in the class two Porsche Boxster S. In race two it was Dyer who got off to a cracking start and quickly moved up three positions into second. Dyer put in a flawless performance throughout the race and it looked certain that second place was for the taking but with only five minutes remaining Dyer was forced to retire ending the race short. Pete Morris put in a spirited fight to take third place as he had managed to keep up with the leading two and was challenging for the overall win but ultimately he had to admit defeat to the eventual winner crossing the line in third just 1.977 seconds behind second place.


The class two teams are probably the strongest they have ever been in the history of the Porsche Club Championship so for Ross Morris to defend and retain his title for this season is not going to be an easy task. Morris had to work hard to take third place in the second of Saturday's races but Strasse have every faith in him. He has the skills, determination and a fantastic Leeds workshop and pit crew behind him which are a tried and tested winning combination.


Pete Morris PMC Midlands Porsche 997: I enjoy my racing and that second race was the hardest I’ve had for a long time. I went from fourth to second then missed a gear and dropped back down to fourth and then Chris came up behind me I knew he had the lighter car so I let him pass me but I managed to stick with him for a bit. Everyone was diving well today and then Chris went off, he nearly took me out I had to do so some grass tracking to avoid him.


Ross Morris PCM Midlands Porsche Boxster S: The new car felt good I believe I was going a couple of seconds faster than last year, I don’t know if the weather played a part today but it feels better on the brakes and it has a bit more punch out of the corners. The other two drivers in front of me were on it today they were able to outpace me on the straights but we have Oulton Park in a couple of weeks and I got a win there last year so I am hoping for the same this year.


Race Report courtesy of Paul Holroyd and