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System Builders Summit, Monte Carlo What a jammy git. Evesham.com boss Richard Austin is leaving the IFE/System Builders Summit in Monte Carlo as the proud owner of a £40,000 Porsche Boxter.

Evesham had managed to flog enough Nvidia cards in the couple of months before the system builder event to win Austin a place in a grand car key draw. Instead of winning someone else's wife he got a tasty soft-top roadster.

He was up against four other European system builder but was the only UK player to sell enough graphics cards to make it into the prize draw.

Will he keep it? Well, he's already got a Ferrari so a new Porsche might not be as exciting to him as the rest of us. But right-hand man Luke Ireland is leaving Evesham on 1 June so it might make a nice leaving present. Or not. ®

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