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PDC star James Wade has blown the minds of darts fans this week with some stunning performances at the World Grand Prix in Dublin.
You may have seen in the news that we have teamed up with PDC darts star James Wade and his wife Sammi, who will be We Want Any Car brand ambassadors throughout 2017 – and hopefully into the future.
Darts is experiencing a phenomenal boom in terms of interest, and its televised viewing figures are now second only to Premier League football for its major host broadcaster Sky Sports.
The pair are happily married and Sammi is now retired from the catwalk to manage "the Machine's" diary.
2006 PDC Young Player of the Year 2006 Three Nine dart finishes during a calendar year (a record) 2007 PDC Player of the Year 2008 PDC Player of the Year and PDPA Players' Player of the Year 2008 First player to beat Phil Taylor in the Premier League 2008 First televised nine-dart finish 2014 Second player ever to hit a double-start nine-dart finish at the World Grand Prix 2014 Together with Robert Thornton the first players to both hit nine dart finishes in the same match James Wade (born 6 April 1983 in Aldershot, Hampshire) is an English professional darts player, currently playing in the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC).
He became the youngest player to win a major PDC title at the World Matchplay in 2007, at the age of 24.
People have great fun at the events, and it brings together a fantastic mix of people and personalities, as anyone who witnessed the recent World Championships at Christmas will certainly have seen!
Celebrities from Prince Harry to Stephen Fry have attended the events, and as the show moves around the country in the form of the Premier League we are delighted that our brand will be worn by James.
A DRA statement said: 'As a result of a series of referrals to the Darts Regulation Authority relating to the behaviour of James Wade at PDC Tour events, James Wade was found to be in breach of rule 4.1 of the DRA rules: "No player or member shall act in a manner which may reasonably be considered to injure or discredit the DRA or bring the game of darts into disrepute".'The statement confirmed that as a consequence, Wade will not be able to participate in the Sydney Darts Masters, a European Tour event in Germany and two Players Championship tournaments in Barnsley, with him being available to return to action in the German Darts Masters European Tour event towards the end of September.