Saturday 6 July 2019 saw the next round of the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019, held at the Brands Hatch circuit.
The Pink Pig and our driver Will Heslop did a sterling job at the weekend and came second in their first race. Unfortunately, the Pig had to retire from the second race due to radiator issues. Will commented ‘I held a good pace through the first race and was very happy with the result. Race two was disappointing but now I am focusing on the next race at Snetterton.’
The Pink Pig is now up on the ramps in our Service department being prepared for the next race to be held on Saturday 27 July 2019 at Snetterton. The final round for 2019 will be held at Oulton Park on Saturday 31 August 2019.
Photos kindly supplied by Dan Bathie of Dan Bathie Creative.
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