Difficult weather conditions could not stop the Pink Pig in her tracks at Snetterton over the weekend of 3 and 4 August 2019.
Torrential rain showers during Race 1 and dropping two positions due to stalling didn't help matters, but Will managed to claw back to finish in a very respectable third place.
Race 2 saw the rain clouds move away to give much drier conditions. Starting in second position on the grid, Will quickly took full advantage of the slip stream provided by Ben McLoughlin. Will overtook his rival taking the inside line and managed to hold his lead through the remainder of the race to give him his first victory of the Championship.
The final round of the Porsche Classic Restoracing Championship 2019 takes place at Oulton Park on 31 August 2019.
Photos kindly supplied by Dan Bathie Creative
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