Peter has driven in the FIA GT Championship, now the FIA GT1 World Championship, driving Lister Storm and Chrysler Viper GT1 cars. He has competed in 24hr races at Nurburgring and Spa-Francorchamps, driven in the FIA GT3 European Championship for reigning Porsche Champions Tech 9 Motorsport, British GT in Lotus and Aston Martin, Group C Revival and World Sportscar Invitation Trophy in a Spice SE88c.

Peter supplies tuition for manufacturers such as BMW, Citroen, Chrysler, KTM, Lexus, Nissan, Porsche, Saab, whilst currently competing in the modern and historic GT and Sportscars.

With this wealth of track experience, Peter can teach you how to not only improve your basic driving skills but also help you understand your car better, allowing you to drive more quickly and smoothly whilst enjoying your car more safely too.

2010
AMR British GT4 Challenge
Velocity Motorsport, Aston Martin N24

2009
Sports Car Masters
Ford GT40

HGTCC
Aston Martin DB4 Lightweight

2008
British GT Championship
Chad Racing, Aston Martin N24

HGTCC
Aston Martin DB4 Lightweight

2007
FIA GT3 European Championship
Tech 9 Motorsport, Porsche 997 GT3

2006
FIA GT3 European Championship
Testing duties, Team Damax, Ascari KZR1

2004
FIA GT Championship
Spa 24hrs, Creation Autosportif, Lister Storm GT1

Goodwood Historic meeting
Racing Technologies, Aston Martin DB MkIII, 1st and lap record

2003
FIA GT Championship
Creation Autosportif, Lister Storm GT1. Led outright, 5th overall on category debut. Spa 24hrs, Roos Optima, Chrysler Viper GT1, 7th place

EERC Britcar Championship
Racing Technologies, BMW M3 Evolution, Donington & Oulton Park

2002
Group C Revival & World Sportscar Invitation Trophy
Racing Technologies, Spice SE88c Le Mans car. 6th overall (2nd in class) Silverstone TOCA Support Race, pole position and fastest laps at Spa and Silverstone

FIA GT Championship
Testing, Lister Cars, Lister Storm GT1

2001
Group C Revival
Racing Technologies, Spice SE88c Le Mans car. British Empire Trophy, Silverstone, retired from 2nd overall (oil pump)

AMOC Sportscars Endurance Races
Aston Martin DB4 Lightweight. Overall winner of every race started creating a two year unbeaten record

2000
ADAC Nurburgring 24hr
RalliArt Mitsubishi Lancer. 38th overall from 265 starters

AMOC Sportscar Endurance Races
Aston Martin DB4 Lightweight. Overall winner of every race started establishing first ever-unbeaten record.

1999
Historic Touring Car Championship (Europe)
Mansell Motorsport, Lotus Cortina. 2 wins at Spa Francorchamps

1998
Historic Touring Car Championship
Mansell Motorsport, Lotus Cortina. 7 wins, 2 second places and 1 third – CHAMPION

1997
Historic Touring Car Championship
Mansell Motorsport, Lotus Cortina. 5 wins, 3 second places, 1 third place – CHAMPION

1995
AMOC Diamond Jubilee Race Meeting
Aston Engineering, Aston Martin DB5, 1st and fastest lap

“They say there’s a book in everyone, but what this man knows about motorsport is amazing”
Helen Hyde, Managing Director, MDEM Ltd.

“I think he woke up the younger guys in the team with that lap. We were so pleased with Peter’s performance, he was outstanding”
Piers Maserati, Team Manager, Tech 9 – FIA GT3 Championship

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