Porsche Carrera Cup GB

Al Harthy Returns To Porsche Carrera Cup

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Ahmad Al Harthy has confirmed he will remain in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB Championship this season with Red Line Racing, after securing continued backing from some of Oman’s biggest businesses.

The Omani driver will once again have Oman Air as his title sponsor, with telecommunications company Nawras, the National Bank of Oman, the Ministry of Sports Affairs and the Ministry of Tourism all also continuing their support

The 29 year old has a strong debut season in the series in 2010, taking six class podiums on his was to fourth overall in Pro-Am 1.

Al Harthy commented: “I'm absolutely delighted to be able to confirm my return to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB this year. It's a fantastic championship. I have to thank Oman Air, Nawras, National Bank of Oman, Brand Oman, the Ministry of Sports Affairs and the Ministry of Tourism for their amazing support. Without them I wouldn't be racing and I wouldn't have the privilege of flying the flag for Oman.”

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