Paul Poulter - Career History

Career History

Pre Pickups

  • 2004 Superstox - World & British Champion
  • 1996 Pickup Truck Racing - race winner at Baarlo
  • 1996 Eurocar V6 - race winner at Mallory Park
  • 1995 Superstox - European & British Champion
  • 1984 Started racing Ministox

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