Donington Park hosted the first round of the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019 on 20 April.
Our 'Pink Pig' Porsche Boxster got off to a flying start as driver Will Heslop had a great qualifying experience which placed him third and fourth on the grid. He went on to finish second in both races and he puts this success down to having such excellent starts.
We would like to wish the Porsche Centre Wolverhampton team the very best of luck for their next race at Brands Hatch GP Circuit on 4 and 5 May 2019.
Photographs kindly supplied by Dan Bathie Creative.
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