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IMMUN'ÂGE BECOME A RISING STARS PATRON

The BRDC is proud to announce Immun'Âge as a new Patron of the BRDC Rising Stars scheme

The British Racing Drivers’ Club, as ‘guardians of ‘British motor sport’, have been fostering young driver talent for many years through its young driver schemes.  The BRDC Rising Stars scheme is open for a maximum of 40 British and Commonwealth drivers aged between 15 and 24 who are scouted from the trackside.  The BRDC and its Patrons of the Rising Stars scheme are proud of their contribution to the continued prosperity of British motor sport and the Club is delighted to welcome Immun’Age as a new Rising Stars Patron, from the Land of the Rising Sun.

Immun'Âge is a food supplement prepared with their unique Fermented Papaya Preparation (FPP) developed by the Osato Research Institute in Japan.  It is made from papaya fruit which is known to promote health and longevity with Japanese fermentation technique.  They have been an official partner of Aston Martin Racing and supported drivers’ health conditions with Immun'Âge since 2005.  This new partnership with the BRDC enhances Immun'Âge’s links to motor sport, and with the physical and mental stresses faced by racing drivers being widely appreciated, Immun'Âge Chairman and CEO Yuki Hayashi explains why their product should be an essential item in any driver’s kit bag.

“It is important for racing drivers to recover quickly from brain damage caused by oxidative stress.  Immun’Âge delivers enough energy to brain so that drivers can reduce oxidative damage in brain to stay focused all the time. Its effects have been proved by numerous clinical researches. We will be more than happy if we can contribute to promising young drivers’ health for their successful future.  Immun'Âge is a great partner for any top athlete to help support their natural defense systems and maintain health by activating energy in a living organism.”

Please visit en.ori-japan.com for scientific information, and en.fpp-japan.com for general information.

We have just learned from Tim Schenken in Australia the sad news that Life Member Neil Crang died on the 20th July at the age of 70.
The Club Office has just learned that one of our oldest Members, Mike Oliver, died last Wednesday, 15th July. He was 99 years old and had been a Full Member since 1949.
As many Members may have already heard, Ron Tauranac passed away peacefully in his sleep on 17 July. He was 95 years of age and had been an Honorary Member of the BRDC since 1971.
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