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The BRDC are pleased to announce 13 drivers for the 2011 SuperStars Programme. A 14th driver will be announced at a later date.

Now in its fourth year, today’s announcement underlines the ongoing success of the scheme, which was launched, to support British drivers develop their professional motor sport careers.

The 2011 SuperStars are:

Driver Championship Team
Alex Lynn Formula Renault UK Fortec Motorsport
Alex MacDowell Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship  
Alexander Sims GP3 Series  
Andy Meyrick ALMS & ILMS  
Dean Stoneman    
James Calado GP3 Series Lotus ART
Lewis Williamson GP3 Series  
Nick Tandy Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup Konrad Motorsport
Oliver Rowland Formula Renault UK Fortec Motorsport
Oli Webb Euro F3 Series Signature Motorsport
Sam Bird GP2 Series iSport International
Tom Blomqvist    
Jack Harvey British F3 International Series Carlin

Tim Harvey, Director, BRDC SuperStars is delighted to confirm the line up for the fourth year. “We always find it hard to make the final decision but after careful consideration we feel we have a very talented bunch of drivers who we look forward to working with this year."

The racing season is not quite underway but the SuperStars will experience their first group event on February 15th when they travel to RAF Cranwell In Lincolnshire, for a day of Fighter Pilot Aptitude Training. RAF Cranwell is the oldest Air Force College in the world and the Royal Air Force’s most prestigious training unit.

GB3 Championship race winner Joseph Loake named as the 34th winner of the prestigious Young Driver of the Year Award.
The Club regrets to report the death of John Turner, who was elected as a BRDC Member in 1977
Over 310 guests assembled in London to celebrate the successes of BRDC Members, SuperStars and Rising Stars on Monday 4 December
BRDC announces drivers for the 2011 SuperStars Programme | 07-Feb-2011
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