Bradshaw continues Porsche Club success

Tom Bradshaw continued to stamp his mark on the 2013 Porsche Club Championship at a sunny Donington Park today with two wins in his Hartech-prepared 986 Boxster. Tom only needed one point to pass table-leader Mark Sumpter who had been slightly more consistent in the earlier rounds.

With just 1.6 seconds separating the top 8 cars in qualifying, it looked like we were in for some close racing but after a brief tussle with Adrian Slater in his 964, Tom pulled away to finish with a massive 5.6 second lead in the first race. Pete Morris with third in a 996.

John McCullagh brought his 968 Sport home to take the win in Class 2 over Ben Eacock, Graham Knight third.

Experience 964 racer Mark Sumpter grabbed a second place in Class 1 for Race 2 with Craig Wilkins 996 in third. Mark Koberle took second in Class 2 behind McCullagh with Brian Robinson third in a 944.

#98 Tom Bradshaw took two more Class 1 wins

#98 Tom Bradshaw took two more Class 1 wins

#87 Mark Koberle at Redgate

#87 Mark Koberle at Redgate

#77 Mark Sumpter

#77 Mark Sumpter

#27 Adrian Slater

#27 Adrian Slater


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