Porsche Centre Reading hosted an evening of great entertainment for the final round of our Carrera Cup themed ‘Question of Motorsport.’
We had the pleasure of welcoming Porsche Carrera Cup driver Josh Webster as team captain. Competing against Webster, and captaining the opposing team, was legendary BTCC driver, former Carrera Cup Champion and ITV Commentator, Tim Harvey.
The 911 (Type 991) GT3 Porsche Josh had being competing with for 16 rounds of the 2015 Carrera Cup, and the new Cayman GT4 Clubsport edition were both on display at the event.
Porsche Centre Reading was packed with guests who were treated to fantastic cuisine provided by the student catering team from Newbury College. The night started with a Q&A session, with Tom Harvey sharing his wealth of experience and involvement in the sport with the audience. Josh Webster discussed being the only Porsche Scholar to win the Carrera Cup back in 2014, how the Carrera Cup is growing in popularity, and his focus for future success.
The quiz was an entertaining and competitive affair with Josh Webster and his team edging out on top. The night concluded with autograph signings and photograph opportunities.
We would like to thank all who attended and our team captains for a fantastic night of motorsport.
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