Martin Plowman finished third in this weekend’s 6 Hours of Shanghai, maintaining his championship lead in the P2 category of the World Endurance Championship. He, along with teammates Bertrand Baguette and Ricardo Gonzalez, started from fourth position in Saturday’s race, driving the #35 OAK Racing Morgan-Nissan machine.
All three buy viagra online drivers held their own, climbing up to third place, as their main championship rival until this point suffered mechanical errors and retired from the race. They knew it was crucial to continue to buy cialis cost earn solid championship points this weekend and make no big mistakes. Plowman and his teammates are currently first in both the driver’s and team championships, leading the drivers by 15 points and the team by 13 points. The OAK Racing #24 sister car has moved into second place, with its three drivers moving into second place in the drivers championship.
Plowman is looking toward the 6 Hours of Bahrain, the final race in the World Endurance Championship. He and his OAK Racing teammates will be striving for a good result to solidify their championship placement. The 6 Hours of Bahrain will be on Saturday, November 30th at 15h00 local time (GMT +300).
Martin Plowman, driver: “This was a tough weekend for the number 35 team. We just couldn’t quite get the car dialed in like we wanted to this weekend, but despite our struggles we pulled off a massively important result by getting on the podium, when our nearest championship rival faltered and when the next two in line finished 1st and 2nd. We race to win, but with the championship reaching crunch time we are in a very strong position heading into the final race. I just hope that everything stays together click here and we can achieve what we have all worked so hard for.”