After years of domination in the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain, "our" driver Tim Harvey seems to have been left with a slightly more harsh reality to deal with at the beginning of the 2011 season. Leaving aside all the regulatory idiosyncrasies and the continuous development work towards an ideal setup for both Nationwide Motorbase Porsche team drivers (2010 runner up Michael Cain is in the same team), Tim Harvey returned from the Donnington circuit with only a few more points to write home about. After qualifying 7th and 6th for the two races, first race was ruined soon after a start. In one of those - always to be called "racing incidents" - Tim and Stephen Jelley could not agree who had the right to win the entry into a corner first and the end result was another tyre puncture for Tim. Another visit to the pits to have a new tyre fitted and the race ended in 17th place. Race 2 was a much better affair altogether, and Tim finished 6th overall. The interesting thing about the 2nd race was that he followed Stephen Jelley throughout the race and clearly demonstrated the weight issue that arose at Brands Hatch. While catching him regularly under braking before a corner, Jelley managed to pull away by a couple of car's length every single time on a straight piece of the circuit! A stronger diet, even more grit and determination and a more ideal car setup will, we are confident, bring it's reward before too long.