Porsche Centre Vancouver is excited to introduce our 2023 driver line-up for the Esports Sprint Challenge, racing virtual Porsche GT3 Cup cars on the iRacing platform. Porsche Centres across the country have assembled teams of three drivers - two primary and one reserve – to compete in this competitive eight-race series featuring both Canadian and International racetracks. With the opportunity for more practice laps and extended training not available with real-world racing, the competition will be tight and fierce!
Brody Goble developed an interest in Motorsport at an early age, jumping into karts at Greg Moore raceway, near his home town of South Surrey, BC. Coming from an automotive dealership owned by his family, Brody quickly fell in love with cars as his dad brought home one cool ride after another. With over 20 years of competitive racing under his belt, Brody is now an instructor with Morrisport Advanced Driving, and currently competes in the Trans-Am Pirelli Series for Brown Brothers Racing.
Growing up in Vancouver, BC, Josh started racing Karts in his early 20s with the West Coast Kart Club in Chilliwack BC. A car enthusiast with dreams of real racing, Josh started by auto-crossing and track days with a Corolla 86, eventually placing 2nd Overall in the Canadian Grand Turismo GT Academy, and winning the 2009 Vancouver Chinese Motorsport Club’s Novice auto-cross Championship Tour. In 2021, he participated in Porsche Canada’s PESCC series, which featured the iRacing Cayman GT4 Clubsport, and he is excited to be back for the 2023 season.
Fresh off the heels of Canada’s NASCAR Pinty’s Series with Avion Motorsports, Ryley is Team Porsche Centre Vancouver’s reserve driver. Equally as talented and experienced as the team’s primary drivers, Ryley started racing as a teenager, and has champion-series experience in both virtual racing as well as on-track. The son of Western Canadian Racing Legend Trevor Seibert, Ryley is a senior instructor with Morrisport Advanced Driving School.