Ross scores two top-seven placings at Donington despite handling issue
Ross Wylie continued his fine form on his return to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB by scoring two top-seven placings at Donington Park yesterday (10 Oct). Ross posted sixth and seventh places in the day’s two 25mins races.
These top placings in the ultra-competitive, one-make series came despite Wylie being handicapped by a handling imbalance. Ross signs off from his busy multi-championship season by contesting the final two Porsche races in his Bell Group and Glen Turret Whiskey supported Carrera at Brands Hatch on 24 Oct.
Ross Wylie (GB):
Age 30. Born & Lives Thornhill nr Dumfries, Scotland:
“Both races were a little frustrating as I was fighting an imbalance which badly affected the car’s handling. We don’t know the cause of the issue but the team will be working hard on rectifying it for the final races at Brands Hatch.
“The Porsche was a real handful, especially through right handers, I could barely turn the steering wheel without the rear snapping away from me. Glen Turret Whiskey joined the Bell Group as a new partner for me while my thanks also go to Valluga Concierge.
“Nevertheless, I really enjoy Donington Park. I had my first ever test there, in a Renault in 2008, so lots of special memories.”