Superdry boss banned from the roads
Road Safety Support provided expert help in the case of the Superdry clothing boss who was caught driving his Aston Martin at 120mph on the M4.
James Holder, the founder and Brand Director of SuperGroup Plc, was today banned from driving for 30 days at Reading Magistrates Court, fined £900 and ordered to pay costs of £920.
The 44-year-old, of Hawling, Cheltenham originally denied the offence but pleaded guilty after an expert witness report was provided by Road Safety Support.
The court heard Holder was pulled over by police on May 8, 2015 on the M4 in Reading on his way home from a business trip.