Competing against an S2000 and VX220 amongst others meant it was going to be a challenge to get his times to where they needed to be.
A gauntlet was thrown down by the Miltek Team, when they released a statement saying that they had built their racing Golf specifically to compete against Bo's Vauxhall Astra.
In true Bo style the challenge was taken, and Bo began development work to make his, the fastest Astra Time Attack has ever seen.
The start of the season wasn't without hiccups.
Bo was third on the podium at Cadwell but missed out at Croft, with various mechanical failures meaning that his car was not up to the reliable standard that we have become used to seeing from the Great Dane.
So he went away, and re assessed his options, and came back for Snetterton with a new sponsor in Owen Developments.
This meant a new turbo, a new turbo set up and a new map.
Finally Bo was able to finish on the top step of the podium, securing some great points and igniting his championship title dreams.
After that things just got better for a Bo, with a second at Oulton Park, followed by another win at Silverstone.
This meant that going into the final round at Brands Hatch, he was in contention to win the championship title.
The pressure was on somewhat, but as usual the Great Dane didn't show it.
His family came along to support him, and his wife made the most fantastic cake in honour of the final round of Time Attack 2013.
Although Bo's pace was good in warm up and practice, the team were headed for big disappointment in the final.
After leading the times for qualifying, word reached the team that Bo had pulled his car off the track.
Hopeful that it was a minor mechanical failure that could be fixed, the garage rallied round waiting for Bo's return.
However Bo knew that the problem was terminal.
It was a clutch failure, something that involves a huge amount of work to fixed and that is just if you have the right tools and parts.
Although winning the championship was now completely out of reach, Bo managed to score 40 points in qualifying, which was enough to secure his second place in the championship and consolidate a year of hard work.
Although the Bo was disappointed to not have won Club Pro 2WD 2013, there is no denying that he has achieved a huge amount to even finish in second place.
"This year didn't end like it should have, but I had some great times after Owen Development joined as a sponsor.
They transformed the car to a level where it could get to the RWD cars in the class, and I enjoyed driving it again."
"I would like to send big thanks to Forge Motorsport, Owen Developments, Cobra Seats, EPS Flooring, Hose Tecnik, Silicone Hoses, Pipercross, Synionic Lubrication Technology and Open Tracks."
They have all sponsored and supported me in UK Time Attack 2013."
For full results go to www.timeattack.co.uk
Photos with thanks to:
Flat Out Photography https://www.facebook.com/FlatOutPhoto?fref=ts
Rowan Harrison http://www.fueltopia.co.uk/profile/RowanHarrison