CarStore Power Maxed Racing’s strong showing at Thruxton

CarStore Power Maxed Racing re-asserted it’s top-ten status in the Championship with a haul of points at a sun-soaked Thruxton last weekend (3/4 June). Mikey Doble, the rookie, took fourth for the opening race, with team-mates Andrew Watson and Aron Taylor-Smith locking out the fourth row in seventh and eighth respectively. From there, after losing some ground, Doble and Taylor-Smith put on a display for the watching crowd. Doble banked valuable points towards his Jack Sears Trophy effort in P14, with Watson climbing another two spots to P16 in his repaired challenger. Doble and Watson would both also progress to P13 and P14, marking a triple points score for the team, and also earning Doble the Jack Sears Trophy prize for the weekend as a whole. Notably, Doble’s strong weekend moves him up to the same position in the Jack Sears Trophy race, 11 points shy of the leader. Mikey Doble said: “What a fantastic weekend it has been for me and the team all round. From there, we battled through nicely and scored some good points, overall and for the Jack Sears.”.

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