A couple of weeks ago, on Sunday 27 September we had the pleasure of taking some of our customers to Silverstone for the Carrera Cup GB Championship. It was a very successful day and customers had the opportunity to drive a 911 (991) down to the circuit. They spent the day enjoying Porsche hospitality while watching some fantastic British Motorsport racing in the beautiful sunshine.
Congratulations to Dan Cammish who was crowned 2015 Porsche Carrera Cup GB Champion. Dan Cammish secured the title with his thirteenth top-two finish of the season after a characteristically impressive drive to second place at Silverstone in the first race of the day. The 26-year-old got off to a good start and managed to stay out of trouble to ensure he joins the illustrious names to have taken the Drivers’ Championship crown. With 10 wins to his name, the Yorkshireman has been utterly dominant all season behind the wheel of his 460 hp Porsche and it was only a matter of time before his relentless form made him impossible to catch.
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